Skaldic Poetry of the Scandinavian Middle Ages

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þjóta (verb)

ONP (prose citations):61721428
SkP: 24127911 (prose):101392394

forms: þýtr, þaut sg 3rd pret, þutu pl 3rd pret, Þýtr, þjóta, þjótandi, þiotanndda, þꝩtr, þto, þiota, þꝩti, þt

Anon Mhkv 13III l. 3: þýtr ‘resounds’
Anon Sól 39VII l. 6: þjóta ‘roaring’
Arn Þorfdr 1II l. 3: þýtr ‘roars’
Blakkr Lv 2II l. 8: þjóta ‘it howls’
Bǫlv Hardr 1II l. 4: þaut ‘howled’
Eil Þdr 7III l. 8: þaut ‘roared’
Eskál Vell 3I l. 3: þýtr ‘booms’
GunnLeif Merl II 13VIII (Bret 13) l. 5: þjóta ‘wailing’
Máni Lv 3II l. 6: þýtr ‘blows’
Ótt Óldr 3III l. 1: þaut ‘resounded’
Rv Lv 23II l. 6: þýtr ‘resounds’
SnSt Ht 34III l. 7: þjóta ‘’
ÞSjár Róðdr 1I l. 8: þaut ‘howled’
Anon (Mberf) 2II l. 4: þýtr ‘roars’
HlǫðH Lv 2VIII (Heiðr 94) l. 10: þjótandi ‘of resounding’
Rloð Lv 8VIII (Ragn 24) l. 2: þjóta ‘howl’
Hskv Frag 1III l. 3: þaut ‘howled’
Þfagr Frag 1III l. 1: þýtr ‘roars’
ÞjóðA Magn 2II l. 7: þýtr ‘roars’
ESk Lv 8III l. 3: þýtr ‘roars’
ESk Lv 14III l. 3: þýtr ‘roars’
ESk Lv 15III l. 7: þýtr ‘roars’


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