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Skaldic Poetry of the Scandinavian Middle Ages

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ungrouped:
Anon Hsv 32VII l. 1: venjaz ‘get used’
Anon Leið 7VII l. 7: vensk ‘accustoms himself’
Anon Leið 43VII l. 2: vensk ‘accustoms himself’
Anon Mhkv 2III l. 3: vánu ‘than you’d expect’
Arn Frag 3III l. 1: venr ‘trains’
ESk Geisl 20VII l. 3: vanðit ‘did not accustom’
Eskál Vell 35I l. 1: vǫnðum ‘accustomed’
Gamlkan Has 48VII l. 3: vanðr ‘accustomed’
Ív Sig 37II l. 3: vanir ‘experienced’
Jǫk Lv 2I l. 6: venjask ‘becoming’
Ótt Hfl 3I l. 4: vanðan ‘accustomed’
Sigv Vestv 8I l. 6: vanðan ‘to become accustomed’
SnSt Ht 44III l. 3: vensk ‘accustoms itself’
SnSt Ht 48III l. 7: venr ‘accustoms’
SnSt Ht 53III l. 1: vensk ‘accustoms himself’
SnSt Ht 60III l. 6: venja ‘accustoms’
Þul Waves 1III l. 7: venr ‘accustom’
Anon Brúðv 6VII l. 5: vandiz ‘was accustomed’
Sveinn Frag 1III l. 2: vanði ‘accustomed’

compounds:
Eskál Vell 35I, l. 1: Fjallvǫnðum ‘the mountain-accustomed’

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