Skaldic Poetry of the Scandinavian Middle Ages

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viti (noun m.)

‘beacon, marker’
ONP (prose citations):37721868
SkP: 18127911 (prose):171392394

forms: Vita m sg, vitinn, uitum, vitar, viti, vita, víta

Anon Leið 12VII l. 7: vita ‘flame’
Anon Sól 19VII l. 6 [variant]: vita ‘’
Anon Sól 54VII l. 1 [variant]: vitar ‘’
Anon Vitn 20VII l. 6: vita ‘of the beacon’
Arn Hryn 17II l. 8: vitar ‘beacons’
Hókr Eirfl 4I l. 6 [variant]: víta ‘’
Hókr Eirfl 6I l. 5: vita ‘beacon’
RvHbreiðm Hl 56III l. 6: vita ‘the beacon’
Skúli Svǫlðr 4III l. 1: vita ‘the beacon’
SnSt Ht 86III l. 7: vitar ‘beacons’
Þloft Tøgdr 8I l. 3: vita ‘beacon’
Anon Brúðv 2VII l. 7: vita ‘of the beacon’
StarkSt Vík 6VIII (Gautr 14) l. 2: vita ‘the beacon’
HervH Lv 2VIII (HjǪ 24) l. 3: vitar ‘’
Þul Elds 2III l. 5: viti ‘beacon’
Innsteinn Innkv 5VIII (Hálf 22) l. 6: viti ‘omen’
Innsteinn Innkv 15VIII (Hálf 35) l. 4: vita ‘of the leader’

Anon Leið 12VII, l. 7: sá*rvita ‘of the wound-flame’
Hókr Eirfl 6I, l. 5: hafvita ‘of the ocean-beacon’
Skúli Svǫlðr 4III, l. 1: ræfrvita ‘the beacon {of the roof ’
Þloft Tøgdr 8I, l. 3: gunnvita ‘of the battle-beacon’
Innsteinn Innkv 15VIII (Hálf 35), l. 4: oddvita ‘of the leader’

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