Skaldic Poetry of the Scandinavian Middle Ages

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þola (verb)

‘suffer, endure’
ONP (prose citations):257721868
SkP: 22127911 (prose):01392394

forms: þolde, þolða, þolðu, Þola, Þoldi, þolað, þoldi sg 3rd pret, þoldu pl 3rd pret, þoli pres, þolist, þolum pl 1st pres, þyldi, þola, þolir, þolat, þolþi

Anon Heil 6VII l. 1: þoldi ‘endured’
Anon Heil 9VII l. 6: þoldu ‘suffered’
Anon Heil 14VII l. 6: þoldu ‘suffered’
Anon Heil 19VII l. 6: þoldu ‘suffered’
Anon Heil 24VII l. 6: þoldu ‘suffered’
Anon Líkn 15VII l. 1: Þoldi ‘endured’
Anon Mey 4VII l. 1: þoldu ‘endured’
Anon Mey 4VII l. 6: þoldi ‘endured’
Anon Mey 45VII l. 3: þoldi ‘endured’
Anon Mey 57VII l. 6: þoldi ‘suffered’
Anon Mgr 4VII l. 8: þoldi ‘suffered’
Anon Lil 47VII l. 5: þoldi ‘by no means’
Gamlkan Has 39VII l. 1: þola ‘endure’
Refr Ferðv 4III l. 3: þolir ‘suffers’
Hskv Útkv 1II l. 6: þola ‘to suffer’
Sigv Austv 1I l. 3: þolða ‘endured’
Sigv Víkv 5I l. 3: þolðu ‘suffered’
Sigv Víkv 5I l. 3 [variant]: þolðut ‘’
Anon (Ragn) 10VIII (Ragn 40) l. 2: þolir ‘endures’
Anon (Mberf) 6II l. 2: þolir ‘suffers’
StarkSt Vík 20VIII (Gautr 28) l. 8: þola ‘suffer’
ÞjóðA Magn 6II l. 7: þola ‘endure’


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