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Skaldic Poetry of the Scandinavian Middle Ages

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lemmata

Dictionary headwords relevant to the editions

This material is incomplete and is for reference only: it has not been checked and quality-controlled and should not be cited. References are to the new edition and may not correspond to the text of Skj.

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tindr (noun m.)

‘[prongs]’

sourcefreq.total
ONP (prose citations):17728113
SkP: 3127911
Malfong.is (prose):241392394

forms: Tind, Tinds gen m sg, Tindum dat m pl, Tindur nom m sg, tindinn, tindum, tindunum, tinndinn, tinda, tind, tynda, tindr, Tindr

ungrouped:
Anon Heil 16VII l. 8: tindum ‘the prongs’
ǪrvOdd Ævdr 68VIII (Ǫrv 138) l. 4: tynda ‘destroyed’
Hjálm Lv 1VIII (Ǫrv 5) l. 5: Tindr ‘Tindr’

compounds:
Anon Heil 16VII, l. 8: kambatindum ‘the prongs of combs’

indexed kennings:
Tindr Lv 1V (Heið 13): Askr mána lagar ‘The ash-tree of the moon of the sea ’

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