Skaldic Poetry of the Scandinavian Middle Ages

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sœtr (adj.)

ONP (prose citations):147721428
SkP: 51127911 (prose):1021392394

forms: sætast, sætr, sætar, sætust, sætum, sœtr, sætan, sætir nom m pl, sætri, Sætur, Sæt, sœtan, sæti, set, sœtt, sæt, sœter, søter, sætur nom m sg, sœt, sœtum, sætu dat n sg, sœtom, sœto, søtr, sætt n sg, sǫtt, sotar[i], sœte, sætvm, sætuztu, sætari, settar, sæta, sætann, sœtan

Anon Alpost 5VII l. 4: sætast ‘the sweetest’
Anon Alpost 9VII l. 7: sæta ‘the sweet’
Anon Heil 9VII l. 3: sæt ‘sweet’
Anon Heil 12VII l. 1: Sætur ‘Sweet’
Anon Heil 25VII l. 3: sætri ‘with sweet’
Anon Heil 25VII l. 7: sætum ‘the sweet’
Anon Heildr 8VII l. 5: sætan ‘sweet’
Anon Mey 4VII l. 3: sætur ‘the women’
Anon Mey 5VII l. 1: Sæt ‘Sweet’
Anon Mey 6VII l. 5: sætar ‘sweet’
Anon Mey 13VII l. 3: sætum ‘a sweet’
Anon Mey 18VII l. 3: sætu ‘sweet’
Anon Mey 22VII l. 5: sæta ‘sweet’
Anon Mey 22VII l. 6: sæt ‘sweet’
Anon Mey 28VII l. 5: Sæt ‘Sweet’
Anon Mey 33VII l. 1: sætur ‘women’
Anon Mey 34VII l. 3: sætum ‘sweet’
Anon Mey 38VII l. 1: Sæt ‘sweet’
Anon Mgr 9VII l. 2: sæt ‘The sweet’
Anon Mgr 11VII l. 7: sætt ‘sweet’
Anon Mgr 19VII l. 3: sætust ‘most sweet’
Anon Mgr 33VII l. 7: sæta ‘the sweet’
Anon Mv I 2VII l. 6: sætt ‘sweet’
Anon Mv I 5VII l. 3: sætt ‘sweetly’
Anon Mv I 25VII l. 1: sætt ‘sweetly’
Anon Mv I 27VII l. 2: sæt ‘sweet’
Anon Mv II 7VII l. 7: sætan ‘woman’
Anon Mv II 13VII l. 2: sætan ‘the lady’
Anon Mv II 16VII l. 8: sæt ‘sweet’
Anon Mv II 19VII l. 3: sætt ‘sweetly’
Anon Mv III 16VII l. 2: sæt ‘the sweet’
Anon Pét 3VII l. 7: sæt ‘sweet’
Anon Pét 30VII l. 7: sætri ‘the sweet’
Anon Pét 42VII l. 1: sæta ‘of the beloved’
Anon Sól 13VII l. 3: sætan ‘sweet’
Anon Sól 68VII l. 4: sætar ‘sweet’
Anon Vitn 5VII l. 1: sætar ‘sweet’
Anon Vitn 14VII l. 3: sætu ‘of the woman’
Anon Vitn 21VII l. 1: sætan ‘lady’
Anon Vitn 26VII l. 8: sætt ‘sweet’
Anon Lil 3VII l. 5: sæt ‘sweet’
Anon Lil 16VII l. 3: sætast ‘the sweetest’
Anon Lil 28VII l. 4: sæt ‘of the sweet’
Anon Lil 60VII l. 1: sæta ‘of sweet’
Anon Lil 63VII l. 1: sæti ‘sweet’
Anon Lil 79VII l. 1: sæti ‘sweet’
Anon Lil 80VII l. 1: sæti ‘Sweet’
Anon Lil 92VII l. 1: sætr ‘sweet’
Anon Lil 99VII l. 1: sætu ‘a sweet’
Hókr Eirfl 2I l. 7 [variant]: sæt ‘’
ÞKolb Eirdr 3I l. 1 [variant]: søti ‘’

Anon Lil 28VII, l. 4: sætleiks ‘of the sweetness’
Anon Lil 92VII, l. 1: Tungusætr ‘sweet of tongue’

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