Skaldic Poetry of the Scandinavian Middle Ages

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þunnr (adj.)

‘slender, thin’
ONP (prose citations):25722581
SkP: 25127911 (prose):111392394

forms: þunnri, þunnu, þunnum, þunnr, þuðra, þuðr, þunna, þunnan, þunnar, þunni, Þunnum, Þuðr, þunnt nom n sg, þvntt, þynnre, þunt, þynzt, þunn, þvɴo

Anon Liðs 5I l. 6: þunn ‘of the thin’
Arn Þorfdr 9II l. 6: þunn ‘Slender’
Bjbp Jóms 38I l. 4: þunn ‘narrow’
ESk Geisl 43VII l. 6: þunn ‘the thin’
ESk Hardr I 1II l. 4: þunnar ‘thin’
Hfr ErfÓl 6I l. 6 [variant]: þunnum ‘’
Hharð Lv 7II l. 4: þunna ‘thin’
Hókr Eirfl 7I l. 4: þunn ‘slender’
Ólhv Hryn 8II l. 5: Þunnum ‘the slender’
Rv Lv 23II l. 5: þunnu ‘a slender’
RvHbreiðm Hl 12III l. 6: þuðr ‘The slender’
RvHbreiðm Hl 77III l. 6: þuðr ‘a slender’
Sigv Berv 13II l. 4: þunn ‘slender’
Sigv Nesv 6I l. 8: þunnt ‘sparse’
SnSt Ht 7III l. 3: þunnum ‘with the slender’
SnSt Ht 19III l. 7: þunnum ‘the slender’
Sturl Hryn 3II l. 4: þunnar ‘slender’
Sturl Hryn 6II l. 2: þunnar ‘the slender’
ÞjóðA Sex 10II l. 2: þunnri ‘the thin’
Vígf Hák 1I l. 6 [variant]: þunn ‘’
Anon (Hák) 3II l. 6: þunt ‘few’
Þul Óðins 7III l. 3: Þuðr ‘Þuðr’

Anon Liðs 5I, l. 6: þunnblás ‘of the thin linen cord’
ESk Geisl 43VII, l. 6: þunnvaxin ‘the thin-grown’

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