Skaldic Poetry of the Scandinavian Middle Ages

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una (verb)

‘be content, love’
ONP (prose citations):103721428
SkP: 14127911 (prose):2281392394

forms: Undi sg pret, Undu, Unir sg pres, unað, unnir nom m pl pret participle, unum, yndi, Unði, vna, uni pres, undi sg pret, une, unðu, unir sg pres, unði, vndi, vnndi, ynde, vni, vnir, undu pl 3rd pret, vndv, *una, unða, una, undum, *Una, Unða, na, vnði, vnat, vnþir, vnandi, vnþom, vná, úni, vnþa, ꝩnþi, unið

Anon Hsv 109VII l. 6: una ‘be content’
GunnLeif Merl II 52VIII (Bret 52) l. 6: una ‘take pleasure’
SnSt Ht 11III l. 4: una ‘rejoice’
SnSt Ht 72III l. 6: una ‘rejoices’
ÞKolb Eirdr 10I l. 2: una ‘to be content’
ÞSjár Frag 3III l. 2: una ‘to love’
ÞjóðA Magnfl 6II l. 5: Unði ‘relished’
Anon (Ragn) 5VIII (Ragn 35) l. 6: undum ‘took pleasure’
ǪrvOdd Ævdr 64VIII (Ǫrv 134) l. 1: Unða ‘happy’
Hjálm Lv 5VIII (Ǫrv 15) l. 4: unða ‘loved’
StarkSt Vík 26VIII (Gautr 34) l. 3: unða ‘enjoyed’
Hróksv Hrkv 20VIII (Hálf 70) l. 5: *Una ‘be happy’
Angantýr Lv 10VIII (Heiðr 45) l. 2: una ‘enjoy’


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