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Skaldic Poetry of the Scandinavian Middle Ages

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Anon Mv III 7VII l. 4: strangan ‘a strong’
Arn Hardr 12II l. 3: strǫngu ‘the stern’
Bjbp Jóms 24I l. 2: stranga ‘strong’
Bjbp Jóms 29I l. 2: strangri ‘the severe’
Bjbp Jóms 39I l. 8: stranga ‘of strong’
ESk Geisl 68VII l. 2: strangri ‘the great’
Eskál Vell 24I l. 1: Strǫng ‘intense’
HSt Rst 22I l. 4: strangr ‘The tough’
HSt Rst 23I l. 4: strangr ‘strong’
HSt Rst 27I l. 4: strangr ‘hard’
HSt Rst 33I l. 1: strǫngum ‘strong’
Kolb Jónv 2VII l. 5: strǫngum ‘the hard’
Okík Magn 3II l. 6: strangr ‘strong’
Ótt Hfl 14I l. 6: strangr ‘The strong’
RvHbreiðm Hl 29III l. 8: strangri ‘the strong’
RvHbreiðm Hl 40III l. 5: Strǫng ‘strong’
Sigv Austv 11I l. 2 [variant]: strangr ‘’
Sigv Berv 13II l. 2: strangr ‘’
Sigv Nesv 7I l. 1 [variant]: strǫng ‘’
Sigv Víkv 3I l. 2: strǫng ‘powerful’
Sigv Víkv 15I l. 5: Strangr ‘The strong’
ÞSkegg Hardr 1II l. 3: strǫngu ‘from the violent’
ÞjóðA Magnfl 4II l. 2: strangr ‘strong’
Vígf Hák 1I l. 7: strǫng ‘mighty’
Anon (FoGT) 8III l. 4: strangra ‘harsh’
ÞjóðA Har 4II l. 2: strǫngum ‘the powerful’

Bjbp Jóms 24I, l. 2: sóknstranga ‘attack-strong’
HSt Rst 23I, l. 4: sóknstrangr ‘the attack-strong’
HSt Rst 33I, l. 1: þróttarstrǫngum ‘strong in valour’
Sigv Austv 11I, l. 2: allstrangr ‘[My] famished’
Sigv Berv 13II, l. 2: heiptarstrangr ‘vengeful ’
ÞjóðA Magnfl 4II, l. 2: dolgstrangr ‘battle-strong’

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