Skaldic Poetry of the Scandinavian Middle Ages

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2. vefja (verb)

‘wrap’

sourcefreq.total
ONP (prose citations):198721428
SkP: 13127911
Malfong.is (prose):571392394

forms: vafðan, vöfðum, vafðr, vafit, Vafið, vafinn, vafist , vafið nom n sg pret, vafði sg 3rd pret, vafðir nom m pl pret participle, vafðist, vefja infinitive, vefjast, vefjist sg 3rd pres, vefjið, vefur sg 3rd pres, vöfðu, vöfðust, Vafðir, Vafði, vafiður nom m sg, vafvet, váfu, vefr

ungrouped:
Kálf Kátr 26VII l. 7: vafðr ‘entangled’
Kálf Kátr 46VII l. 4: vafðr ‘entangled’
Anon Mdr 23VII l. 6: vafðan ‘embroiled’
Anon Mey 60VII l. 5: vafðir ‘wrapped’
Anon Mgr 34VII l. 4: vafði ‘wrapped’
Arn Hryn 4II l. 5: Vafðir ‘You wavered’
Anon Lil 45VII l. 5: vöfðum ‘twisted’
Gamlkan Has 16VII l. 8: vafðan ‘wrapped’
Hókr Eirfl 7I l. 4 [variant]: vafit ‘’
Sigv ErfÓl 9I l. 2: vafðan ‘wound about’
Sigv ErfÓl 27I l. 4: vafðan ‘wound about’
SnSt Ht 64III l. 1: Vafði ‘hesitated’
Þfisk Lv 1II l. 6: vafðan ‘wrapped’
Ǫlvǫr Lv 1VIII (Ǫrv 4) l. 7: váfu ‘wove’

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