Skaldic Poetry of the Scandinavian Middle Ages

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sǫk (noun f.)

‘cause, offence’

sourcefreq.total
ONP (prose citations):956721428
SkP: 40127911
Malfong.is (prose):7371392394

forms: sak, söku, sakir acc f pl, sakirnar f pl, sök f sg, sökin nom f sg, sökinni dat f sg, sökum dat f pl, Sǫk, Sakir, saka?, sökina acc f sg, sǫkum, saka, sǫk, sakar, sǫkin, saukum, sǫkinni, sakarnar, ſꜹcom, ſakir, ſakar, ſakjr, ſacar, ſꜹc, ſacar, ſaka, ſc, sakir

ungrouped:
Gestumbl Heiðr 5VIII (Heiðr 52) l. 6: saka ‘harm’
Anon Hsv 70VII l. 4: sakir ‘actions’
Anon Hsv 135VII l. 1: sakir ‘the sake’
Anon Líkn 9VII l. 8: sök ‘cause’
Anon Líkn 21VII l. 2: sak ‘guilt’
Anon Líkn 44VII l. 4: sak ‘guilt’
Anon Mhkv 16III l. 4: sǫk ‘suit’
Anon Mhkv 26III l. 8: sakar ‘charges’
Anon Mv III 4VII l. 3: sökum ‘sins’
Anon Mv III 17VII l. 7: sakir ‘charges’
Anon Mv III 18VII l. 7: saka ‘guilt’
Anon Mv III 23VII l. 3: sakir ‘offences’
Anon Pét 26VII l. 2: sök ‘offence’
Anon Pét 26VII l. 7: sakar ‘of an offence’
Anon Sól 6VII l. 6: sak ‘cause’
Anon Sól 22VII l. 5: sak ‘innocent’
Anon Sól 24VII l. 4: söku ‘’
Anon Sól 74VII l. 6: sakir ‘cause [lit. causes]’
Arn Hardr 4II l. 2: sak ‘cause’
ESk Geisl 37VII l. 2: sǫk ‘fault’
Anon Lil 14VII l. 2: sök ‘basis’
Gamlkan Has 17VII l. 8: sǫkum ‘offences’
GunnLeif Merl I 61VIII (Bret 129) l. 5: sǫkum ‘reasons’
Hfr ErfÓl 12I l. 5: sǫk ‘cause’
Ólhv Hryn 3II l. 4: sakar ‘charges’
Sigv Austv 18I l. 1 [variant]: sok ‘’
Sigv Austv 20I l. 4: sakar ‘conflict’
Sigv Austv 20I l. 4 [variant]: sakir ‘’
Sigv Austv 20I l. 4 [variant]: sackar ‘’
Sigv Austv 20I l. 7 [variant]: sok ‘’
Sigv Berv 15II l. 3: sǫk ‘business’
Sigv Knútdr 6I l. 3: sǫkum ‘because of’
Sturl Hákfl 2II l. 4: sakar ‘for their crimes’
Þjóð Yt 22I l. 3: sǫk ‘’
Þloft Tøgdr 2I l. 4: sǫk ‘The battle’
Anon (FoGT) 28III l. 5: Sakir ‘offences’
Anon (FoGT) 47III l. 4: sök ‘the cause’
Anon (Heiðr) 4VIII (Heiðr 24) l. 7: sakar ‘of such’
Anon Brúðv 16VII l. 2: sakir ‘offences’
Anon Brúðv 19VII l. 3: sakir ‘any offence’

compounds:
Anon Líkn 21VII, l. 2: saklauss ‘guiltless’
Anon Líkn 44VII, l. 4: saklausum ‘guiltless’
Anon Mv III 18VII, l. 7: sakasár ‘guilt-wound’
Anon Sól 6VII, l. 6: saklausan ‘without cause’
Anon Sól 22VII, l. 5: saklauss ‘innocent’
Anon Sól 24VII, l. 4: sökudólgar ‘enemies’
Arn Hardr 4II, l. 2: saklaust ‘without cause’
Þjóð Yt 22I, l. 3: sǫkmiðlendr ‘the mediators’
Þloft Tøgdr 2I, l. 4: sǫkrammir ‘The battle-strong’

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