Skaldic Poetry of the Scandinavian Middle Ages

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systir (noun f.)

ONP (prose citations):60722581
SkP: 15127911 (prose):4241392394

forms: suister, systur, systir, Systir nom f sg, Systur, sustur, ksistur, sest?, sistm, sustr, sistur, sestr, systi?, ...tur, systri?, systur f, systr, Syster, Systranna, systranna, systonar, systirin, systurrnum, systrum, systurnar, systernær, systra f, systher, syster, systir, ſꝩſtir, ſꝩſtrom, ſꝩſtor, ſꝩſtvr, ſꝩſtra, ſꝩſtr, ſꝩſtjr, ſꝩstir, sꝩſtir, sꝩſter

Anon Alpost 8VII l. 3: systur ‘of the sister’
Anon Líkn 8VII l. 2: systr ‘sisters’
Anon Mey 57VII l. 4: systir ‘sister’
Anon Mgr 12VII l. 2: systrum ‘sisters’
Anon Mgr 34VII l. 7: systr ‘sisters’
Anon Nkt 67II l. 8: systir ‘The sister’
Anon Nkt 68II l. 12: systur ‘sister’
Anon Sól 79VII l. 6: systr ‘sisters’
Hfr Hákdr 6III l. 4: systur ‘sister’
Mgóð Lv 2II l. 7: systir ‘sister’
Sigv Erlfl 9I l. 5: systur ‘sister’
ÞSjár Frag 4III l. 3: systra ‘the sisters’’
Anon (FoGT) 18III l. 6: systir ‘The sister’
Feima Lv 1VIII (GrL 2) l. 5: systir ‘sister’
Ormarr Lv 3VIII (Heiðr 104) l. 3: systur ‘sister’
Ýma Lv 2VIII (HjǪ 14) l. 5: systr ‘sisters’
AngH Lv 6VIII (Heiðr 106) l. 2: systir ‘sister’


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