Skaldic Poetry of the Scandinavian Middle Ages

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þraut (noun f.)

ONP (prose citations):85721868
SkP: 16127911 (prose):411392394

forms: þraut f sg, þravtir, þrautar gen f sg, þrøtir, þrꜹtum, þrautir, þravtar, þrꜹtar, þrꜹtir, þrautum, þravter, þravt, þrauter, þrtar, þrávt, þrotir, þrat, þrautina, þráut

Anon Heil 9VII l. 8: þrautir ‘struggles’
Anon Heil 11VII l. 8: þrautir ‘struggles’
Anon Heil 14VII l. 8: þrautir ‘struggles’
Anon Heil 19VII l. 8: þrautir ‘struggles’
Anon Heil 24VII l. 8: þrautir ‘struggles’
Kálf Kátr 31VII l. 3: þrautir ‘struggles’
Anon Mey 4VII l. 4: þrautum ‘tortures’
Anon Mey 28VII l. 5: þrautir ‘tortures’
Anon Mey 30VII l. 3: þrautir ‘tortured’
Anon Mey 35VII l. 5: þrautir ‘tortures’
Anon Mey 48VII l. 2: þrautir ‘tortures’
Anon Mey 49VII l. 8: þrautir ‘tortures’
Anon Mv I 28VII l. 1: þrautum ‘distress [lit. distresses]’
Anon Mv II 2VII l. 6: þraut ‘in misery’
ÞjóðA Magnfl 2II l. 3: þrautar ‘at full stretch’
ÞjóðA Har 6II l. 3: þrautar ‘the limit’

Anon Mv II 2VII, l. 6: þrautgóð ‘good in misery’

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