Skaldic Poetry of the Scandinavian Middle Ages

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þrjóta (verb)

‘end, fail’
ONP (prose citations):144721428
SkP: 17127911 (prose):41392394

forms: þrýtrat, þrotit, þrýtra, þrautat, þrjóta, þrjóti, þryti, Þrýtra, þraut, þrutu, þrt

Anon Gyð 5VII l. 1: þraut ‘came to an end’
Kálf Kátr 50VII l. 8: þrjóti ‘ends’
Anon Líkn 28VII l. 3: þrýtrat ‘will not fail’
Anon Mhkv 26III l. 1: Þrýtra ‘withdraws’
Anon Mv III 10VII l. 5: þraut ‘ended’
Anon Óldr 21I l. 2: þraut ‘ceased’
Anon Óldr 26I l. 8: þrjóta ‘come to an end’
Arn Þorfdr 15II l. 3: þraut ‘end’
Eskál Hardr 1III l. 4: þrjóta ‘run short’
Gamlkan Has 65VII l. 7: þrjóti ‘end’
HSt Rst 27I l. 6: þrotit ‘to an end’
Okík Magn 3II l. 2: þraut ‘came to a close’
Ótt Knútdr 9I l. 3: þrjóti ‘fails’
RvHbreiðm Hl 48III l. 1: þrautat ‘was not wanting’
SnSt Ht 31III l. 6: þrjóta ‘cease’
Tindr Hákdr 11I l. 1 [variant]: þrytt ‘’
Hregg Lv 2VIII (GHr 2) l. 4: þrjóta ‘are diminishing’


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