Skaldic Poetry of the Scandinavian Middle Ages

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lemmata

Dictionary headwords relevant to the editions

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sœma (verb)

‘honour’

sourcefreq.total
ONP (prose citations):97722581
SkP: 10127911
Malfong.is (prose):271392394

forms: sæmdum dat m, sæmðr, sœma, sæmk, sœmði, sæmdar f pl pret participle, sæmdir nom m 2nd pret, sæmst, sæmdur nom m sg, sæmd nom f sg, sꝍma, sœmdde, sæma infinitive, sæmi, sæ[m]du, sæmðe, sœmer, sœmde, sæmem, sœmt, sœmdir, sæmmdar, sæmði, sæmt, sǫmþi, sœmdizc, sämer, semði, sęma, sma, sæmdi nom m sg, semur, Sœma, sæmir, ſemþi

ungrouped:
Anon Heil 26VII l. 4: sæma ‘honour’
Kálf Kátr 1VII l. 2: sæma ‘honour’
Kálf Kátr 21VII l. 2: sæma ‘to honour’
Anon Óldr 26I l. 2: sœmði ‘suited’
Anon Pét 6VII l. 7: sæmdum ‘with celebrated’
Anon Lil 32VII l. 8 [variant]: sæmk ‘’
Sigv Vestv 7I l. 8: sœma ‘was fitting’
Sturl Hákkv 34II l. 3: sæmðr ‘honoured’
ÞjóðA Sex 20II l. 4: sœma ‘to honour’
Hundk Lv 4VIII (HjǪ 35) l. 1: sæmir ‘be appropriate’

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