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Skaldic Poetry of the Scandinavian Middle Ages

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ungrouped:
Anon Gyð 7VII l. 2: vigg ‘of the horse’
Anon Pl 4VII l. 3: vigg ‘of the horse’
Anon Pl 30VII l. 3: vigg ‘of the horse’
Anon Pl 36VII l. 2: vigg ‘of the horse’
Þul Þorgþ I 2III l. 1: Vigg ‘Vigg’
Arn Hardr 12II l. 7: viggs ‘steed’
Eil Þdr 1III l. 8: viggs ‘the steed’
Eskál Lv 3I l. 7 [variant]: viggjar ‘’
Glúmr Gráf 11I l. 2: viggjum ‘to horses’
Hfr ErfÓl 7I l. 2 [variant]: vigg ‘’
Hfr Hákdr 5III l. 2: viggjar ‘of the horse’
Sigv Nesv 10I l. 7 [variant]: viggs ‘’
ÞKolb Eirdr 1I l. 8: vigg ‘of the steed’
Þorm Lv 20I l. 8: vigg ‘of the steed’
Tindr Hákdr 6I l. 7 [variant]: viggjar ‘’
Anon (Vǫlsa) 2I l. 4: viggs ‘the stallion’s’
Þul Hesta 4III l. 7: viggr ‘steed’

compounds:
Anon Gyð 7VII, l. 2: viggbeitir ‘The steerer {of the horse’
Anon Pl 4VII, l. 3: viggþollr ‘the tree {of the horse’
Anon Pl 30VII, l. 3: vigg-Baldr ‘the Baldr {of the horse’
Anon Pl 36VII, l. 2: viggfinnandi ‘provider {of the horse’
Hfr ErfÓl 7I, l. 2: viggskýrs ‘’
ÞKolb Eirdr 1I, l. 8: viggmeiðr ‘The tree {of the steed’
Þorm Lv 20I, l. 8: viggruðr ‘bush {of the steed’

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