Skaldic Poetry of the Scandinavian Middle Ages

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1. unna (verb)

‘love’

sourcefreq.total
ONP (prose citations):224721428
SkP: 77127911
Malfong.is (prose):1671392394

forms: unnum, ynni, unn, unir, unna, unnu, unnuz, unnandi, annk, unik, unðak, unnði, Unnust, unnast, unnað, unni sg pret, unnir, unnumst, unnust pl 3rd pret, unnuð, ynnir sg 2nd pret, Unni, Unnandi, Unnuz, Ann acc f sg, Annk, Unik, Unðak, un, annt nom n sg, unna, ann, aɴ, vɴa, vɴa, ant, vɴi, vɴoz, unnak

ungrouped:
Anon Alpost 10VII l. 4: unni ‘he granted’
Anon Heil 5VII l. 3: unni ‘loved’
Anon Heil 25VII l. 8: unnu ‘loved’
Anon Hsv 3VII l. 5: unn ‘love’
Anon Hsv 4VII l. 3: unna ‘enjoy’
Anon Hsv 10VII l. 5: unna ‘love’
Anon Hsv 15VII l. 6: unn ‘love’
Anon Hsv 44VII l. 6: unir ‘is content’
Anon Hsv 67VII l. 5: ann ‘grants’
Anon Hsv 96VII l. 6: unir ‘is content’
Anon Hsv 108VII l. 2: unn ‘Love’
Anon Hsv 109VII l. 6 [variant]: unna ‘’
Kálf Kátr 42VII l. 8: unna ‘love’
Anon Leið 37VII l. 1: unna ‘love’
Anon Leið 37VII l. 8: ann ‘love’
Anon Líkn 46VII l. 1: unni ‘loved’
Anon Mdr 21VII l. 3: unna ‘love’
Anon Mey 6VII l. 7: unna ‘love’
Anon Mey 6VII l. 8: ann ‘loves’
Anon Mey 9VII l. 6: unni ‘loved’
Anon Mey 18VII l. 7: unni ‘loved’
Anon Mey 59VII l. 4: unnandi ‘loving’
Anon Mgr 25VII l. 5: unni ‘should love’
Anon Mv I 5VII l. 1: Unni ‘loved’
Anon Mv I 6VII l. 8: unna ‘love’
Anon Mv II 3VII l. 5: Unnuz ‘loved each other’
Anon Mv II 11VII l. 5: unni ‘loved’
Anon Mv II 12VII l. 1: Unnandi ‘the loving’
Anon Mv III 19VII l. 2: unnandi ‘Loving’
Anon Mv III 26VII l. 5: ann ‘loves’
Anon Óldr 11I l. 7: unni ‘loved’
Anon Óldr 16I l. 7: unnu ‘practised’
Anon Pét 12VII l. 4: unni ‘loved’
Anon Pét 40VII l. 6: unni ‘did he love’
Anon Vitn 6VII l. 1: Ann ‘love’
Anon Vitn 22VII l. 7: unnu ‘made’
Anon Vitn 23VII l. 7: unni ‘loved’
Bersi Ólfl 1I l. 4: unnum ‘managed’
ESk Øxfl 3III l. 6: unni ‘gave’
Eskál Vell 32I l. 7 [variant]: unnaðar ‘’
Anon Lil 15VII l. 1: unir ‘is displeased’
Anon Lil 34VII l. 6 [variant]: unnu ‘’
Anon Lil 44VII l. 4: unna ‘love’
Gamlkan Has 17VII l. 2: unna ‘love’
Gamlkan Has 26VII l. 3: ynni ‘he loved’
Gamlkan Has 27VII l. 6: unnir ‘granted’
Gamlkan Jóndr 1VII l. 5: unni ‘granted’
Refr Frag 5III l. 4: unir ‘he is content’
Kolb Jónv 1VII l. 5: Unni ‘loved’
Mberf Lv 5II l. 5: Annk ‘I love’
Mberf Lv 6II l. 5: Unik ‘I am content’
Mberf Lv 6II l. 8: annk ‘I love’
Ník Jóndr 1VII l. 1: Unni ‘granted’
Ník Jóndr 2VII l. 1: unni ‘granted’
Ník Jóndr 3VII l. 1: unni ‘loved’
Rv Lv 19II l. 1: Unðak ‘I liked it’
Rv Lv 19II l. 5: unnum ‘we [I] love’
Sigv Berv 5II l. 4: unnu ‘loved’
Sigv Lv 18I l. 5: unnði ‘enjoyed’
SkrautO Frag 1III l. 2: unnum ‘we [I] love’
SnSt Ht 4III l. 8: unir ‘enjoys’
SnSt Ht 82III l. 3: ann ‘grant’
Steinn Óldr 7II l. 5: unna ‘grant’
Sturl Hákkv 28II l. 4: unna ‘caressed’
ÞjóðA Lv 6II l. 5: ynni ‘overcame’
Þloft Glækv 9I l. 2: unni ‘he grant’
Anon Brúðv 6VII l. 1: unni ‘loved’
Anon Brúðv 17VII l. 4: ann ‘love’
Anon Brúðv 27VII l. 5: unni ‘loved’
Anon Brúðv 29VII l. 6: unna ‘love’
FriðÞ Lv 2VIII (Frið 2) l. 7: unna ‘to love’
FriðÞ Lv 6VIII (Frið 6) l. 5: unna ‘love’
KrákÁsl Lv 8VIII (Ragn 25) l. 1: ann ‘am giving’
Hróksv Hrkv 24VIII (Hálf 74) l. 7: unna ‘love’
Anon (SnE) 18III l. 5: unna ‘love’

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