Skaldic Poetry of the Scandinavian Middle Ages

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vetr (noun m.)

‘winter’

sourcefreq.total
ONP (prose citations):188721428
SkP: 47127911
Malfong.is (prose):25541392394

forms: Vetri dat m sg, Veturinn, vetrinum dat m sg, ve*tr, uintur, vættra, vettr, vætra, vettrinn, uettre, vettri, uetturen, vætr, vettra, uettrar, uetrar, vetrar gen m sg, Vetur m sg, vætre, vetre, uetrum, uetriɴ, uetrin, uetrinn, vetrin acc n pl, uoturinn, ueter, uetʀ, vétr, vętri, vetrvm, uetri, vettur, vettre, uetra, verínn, vettar, uetturin, vettrin, vettrar, vetrs, uetrarins, uetur, vætri, uetr, uetrvm, vetvr, vet, vetter, Vetrar, vetreɴ, vitr, veturinn m sg, vitrar, uentrinn, Vetr, vetra, vetran, vetom, vet, vetru̅, vetꝛa, vetrı, vetre, vetꝛ, vetꝛı, vetur, vetrom, vetra, vetra, vetra, vetrinn, vetri, vetrum, vetr, vetrarins, vetra, vetra, vetriɴ

ungrouped:
Gestumbl Heiðr 20VIII (Heiðr 67) l. 5: vetr ‘winter’
Anon Mey 16VII l. 1: vetr ‘years’
Anon Mey 30VII l. 3: vetra ‘years’
Anon Nkt 8II l. 1: vetr ‘years’
Anon Nkt 10II l. 6: vetr ‘year’
Anon Nkt 12II l. 5: vetr ‘years’
Anon Nkt 16II l. 7: vetr ‘years’
Anon Nkt 17II l. 7: vetr ‘years’
Anon Nkt 20II l. 6: vetrum ‘years’
Anon Nkt 23II l. 1: vetr ‘years’
Anon Nkt 25II l. 5: vetr ‘years’
Anon Nkt 28II l. 7: vetr ‘years’
Anon Nkt 34II l. 2: vetr ‘years’
Anon Nkt 39II l. 8: vetr ‘years’
Anon Nkt 40II l. 7: ve*tr ‘years’
Anon Nkt 42II l. 7: vetr ‘years’
Anon Nkt 50II l. 3: vetr ‘years’
Anon Nkt 55II l. 4: vetr ‘years’
Anon Nkt 60II l. 3: vetr ‘years’
Anon Nkt 63II l. 3: vetr ‘years’
Anon Pl 24VII l. 4: vetr ‘winters’
Anon Pl 29VII l. 7: vetr ‘a winter’
Arn Hryn 14II l. 6: vetri ‘season’
Arn Magndr 1II l. 6: vetra ‘winters’
Arn Þorfdr 3II l. 1: vetr ‘winter’
Arn Þorfdr 5II l. 4: vetra ‘winters’
ESk Geisl 14VII l. 4: vetr ‘winters’
ESk Sigdr I 1II l. 8: vetr ‘all winter’
ESk Sigdr I 2II l. 4: vetr ‘winter’
Edáð Banddr 3I l. 4: vetra ‘years’
Mark Lv 1III l. 2: vetr ‘The winter’
Rv Lv 22II l. 2: vetrar ‘in a winter’s’
Sigv ErfÓl 21I l. 3: vetr ‘years’
SnSt Ht 23III l. 2: vetr ‘winter’
SnSt Ht 84III l. 8: vetr ‘winter’
Sturl Hákkv 10II l. 13: vetr ‘the winter’
ÞjóðA Magnfl 15II l. 2: vetri ‘the winter’
ÞjóðA Sex 1II l. 6: vetra ‘years [lit. winters]’
Þsvart Lv 1II l. 4: vetr ‘the winter’
ǪrvOdd Ævdr 24VIII (Ǫrv 94) l. 2: vetr ‘winter’
StarkSt Vík 4VIII (Gautr 12) l. 1: vetran ‘years’
StarkSt Vík 4VIII (Gautr 12) l. 8: vetrum ‘winters’
Hróksv Hrkv 18VIII (Hálf 68) l. 5: vetra ‘at the age’
Humli Lv 1VIII (Heiðr 100) l. 1: vetr ‘winter’
Humli Lv 2VIII (Heiðr 101) l. 5: vetra ‘year-olds’
Brúni Lv 1VIII (Ket 1) l. 3: vetr ‘winter’
Rloð Lv 1VIII (Ragn 1) l. 2: vetra ‘at the’
Þul Bjarnar 1III l. 10: vetr ‘winter’
HSt Frag 1I l. 2: vetra ‘winters’

compounds:
ESk Sigdr I 1II, l. 8: vetrlengis ‘all winter long’
Mark Lv 1III, l. 2: vetrliði ‘The winter-survivor’
Rv Lv 22II, l. 2: vetrarstund ‘in a winter’s hour’
StarkSt Vík 4VIII (Gautr 12), l. 1: Þrévetran ‘at the age of three years’
Humli Lv 2VIII (Heiðr 101), l. 5: tólfvetra ‘twelve-year-olds’
Þul Bjarnar 1III, l. 10: vetrliði ‘winter-survivor’

indexed kennings:
Ormr Frag 1III: þenna mǫg Vindsvals ‘this son of Vindsvalr <giant> ’

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