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Skaldic Poetry of the Scandinavian Middle Ages

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Anon Heil 16VII l. 2: talar ‘speaks’
Anon Hsv 104VII l. 5: talar ‘speaks’
Anon Hsv 126VII l. 3 [variant]: tala ‘’
Kálf Kátr 8VII l. 2: talar ‘speaks’
Kálf Kátr 24VII l. 5: töluðu ‘spoke’
Anon Mgr 10VII l. 4: talar ‘speaks’
Anon Mgr 18VII l. 6: talar ‘speaks’
Anon Mgr 22VII l. 1: talar ‘speaks’
Anon Mgr 34VII l. 6: talar ‘speaks’
Anon Mgr 46VII l. 8: talar ‘speaks’
Anon Mv II 7VII l. 1: tala ‘to speak’
Anon Mv III 13VII l. 8: talar ‘speaks’
Anon Vitn 5VII l. 7: talaði ‘spoke’
ESk Geisl 67VII l. 1: Talðak ‘I have told’
Anon Lil 17VII l. 4: talar ‘speaks’
Anon Lil 23VII l. 1: tala ‘speak’
Anon Lil 29VII l. 6: talaði ‘spoke’
Anon Lil 30VII l. 5 [variant]: talar ‘’
Anon Lil 52VII l. 5: talaðr ‘saying’
SnSt Ht 90III l. 4: tala ‘tell’
Anon (FoGT) 42III l. 5: tala ‘speak’
Anon (Heiðr) 10VIII (Heiðr 91) l. 8: tala ‘to talk’
Anon Law 1VII l. 6: talaði ‘spoke’
Hálfr Innkv 6VIII (Hálf 25) l. 2: talaðr ‘been going on’
Herv Lv 7VIII (Heiðr 23) l. 8: talaz ‘about it’
Hergunnr Lv 1VIII (HjǪ 15) l. 2: tala ‘talk’

Anon Lil 52VII, l. 5: fátalaðr ‘saying little’

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