Skaldic Poetry of the Scandinavian Middle Ages

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flotnar (noun m.)

ONP (prose citations):0721868
SkP: 22127911 (prose):01392394

forms: flotnum, flotna, Flotna, flotnar

Arn Hryn 12II l. 2: flotnum ‘to men’
Bragi Rdr 7III l. 2: flotna ‘of men’
Gamlkan Jóndr 4VII l. 5: Flotna ‘of mariners’
Glúmr Gráf 8I l. 7: flotnum ‘to seafarers’
GunnLeif Merl II 3VIII (Bret 3) l. 3: flotnar ‘let people’
GunnLeif Merl I 1VIII (Bret 69) l. 1: flotnum ‘men’
Mark Eirdr 32II l. 2: flotna ‘of sea-warriors’
Ótt Hfl 7I l. 2: flotna ‘of seafarers’
RvHbreiðm Hl 61III l. 7: flotnum ‘to his followers’
Sigv Berv 4II l. 3: flotnar ‘sea-warriors’
Sigv Berv 16II l. 8: flotna ‘of sea-warriors’
Sigv Víkv 13I l. 2 [variant]: flotna ‘’
Steinn Nizv 4II l. 7: flotna ‘sailors’
Sturl Hryn 5II l. 6: flotnum ‘for the men’
ÞGísl Búdr 4I l. 5: flotna ‘of seamen’
ÞKolb Eirdr 15I l. 1: flotna ‘of men’
Þjóð Yt 17I l. 15: flotna ‘of seafarers’
Anon (FoGT) 27III l. 4: flotna ‘men’
Bragi Þórr 5III l. 1: flotna ‘of the followers’
Þul Manna 2III l. 3: flotnar ‘seamen’


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