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Skaldic Poetry of the Scandinavian Middle Ages

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ungrouped:
Gestumbl Heiðr 7VIII (Heiðr 54) l. 4: þegir ‘silent’
Anon Hsv 28VII l. 4: þegja ‘keep silent’
Anon Hsv 100VII l. 1: þegja ‘keep silent’
Anon Hsv 124VII l. 6: þegir ‘keeps silent’
Anon Mhkv 1III l. 1: þegir ‘is silent’
Anon Mhkv 25III l. 7: þegðak ‘I should be silent’
Anon Pl 3VII l. 8: þegjum ‘we are [I am] silent’
Anon Sól 5VII l. 3: þegit ‘received’
Anon Sól 28VII l. 6: þegjanda ‘of the one who is silent’
Anon Sól 57VII l. 1: þagði ‘fell silent’
Arn Magndr 1II l. 3: þegi ‘be silent’
ESk Sigdr II 1II l. 8: þegi ‘are silent’
Eindr Lv 1I l. 8: þegja ‘be silent’
Anon Lil 94VII l. 5: þegði ‘silent’
Gísl Magnkv 14II l. 3: þegit ‘obtained’
Hharð Lv 3II l. 1: Þegi ‘Be quiet’
RvHbreiðm Hl 43III l. 10: þegja ‘keep quiet’
Sigv Austv 4I l. 6 [variant]: þǫgðu ‘’
SnSt Ht 85III l. 6: þegja ‘be silent’
Þorm Lv 15I l. 4: þegit ‘received’
Anon (Ragn) 3VIII (Ragn 33) l. 1: Þegi ‘Be silent’
Anon (OStór) 1VIII (OStór 1) l. 8: þegja ‘silent’
ǪrvOdd Lv 17VIII (Ǫrv 50) l. 8: þegir ‘are you silent’
Ólhv Frag 2III l. 4: þegir ‘silent’
Auðunn Lv 1III l. 2: þegja ‘to remain silent’

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