Skaldic Poetry of the Scandinavian Middle Ages

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2. Jǫrð (noun f.)

‘Jǫrð’

sourcefreq.total
ONP (prose citations):0719278
SkP: 8127911
Malfong.is (prose):01392394

forms: jarðar, Jǫrð, Jarðar, jǫrð

ungrouped:
Anon Pl 24VII l. 7: Jǫrð ‘Jǫrð’
Eil Þdr 16III l. 2: Jarðar ‘of Jǫrð’
Hár Lv 2I l. 5: Jǫrð ‘Jǫrð’
Hfr Hákdr 6III l. 2: Jǫrð ‘Jǫrð’
Ǫlv Þórr 1III l. 2: Jarðar ‘of Jǫrð’
Þjóð Haustl 14III l. 6: Jarðar ‘of Jǫrð’
Þul Ásynja 1III l. 7: Jǫrð ‘Jǫrð’

compounds:

indexed kennings:
Anon Nkt 8II: beðju Þundar ‘the bedmate of Þundr <= Óðinn> ’
Anon Nkt 17II: vífi Hárs ‘Hárr’s <= Óðinn’s> wife ’
Anon Nkt 17II: beðju Þundar ‘Þundr’s <= Óðinn’s> bedmate ’
Anon Nkt 23II: mani Yggs, ‘Yggr’s <= Óðinn’s> girl, ’
Anon Nkt 42II: mani Yggjar ‘Yggr’s <= Óðinn’s> girl ’
Bragi Rdr 5III: vinu Hergauts. ‘of the mistress of Hergautr <= Óðinn>.’
Egill Lv 23V (Eg 30): beðju niðjar Bors ‘the bed-companion of the son of Borr <supernatural being> ’
Edáð Banddr 3I: brúði Yggjar. ‘the bride of Yggr <= Óðinn>.’
Eyv Hál 12I: brúðr valtýs ‘the bride of the slaughter-god ’
Eyv Lv 8I: móður dolgs mellu. ‘of the mother of the enemy of the giantess.’
Eyv Lv 9I: líki móður dolgs jǫtna; ‘the body of the mother of the enemy of the giants; ’
Eyv Lv 12I: vôru Svǫlnis ‘the spouse of Svǫlnir <= Óðinn> ’
Gsind Hákdr 5I: því fljóði Ónars, ‘that woman of Ónarr <giant>, ’
Ótt Óldr 5III: munlaust óskvíf víg-Freys ‘the loveless chosen wife of the battle-Freyr <god> ’
SnSt Ht 3III: málu bága úlfs; ‘the wife of the wolf’s enemy; ’
SnSt Ht 3III: rúnu vinar Míms. ‘of the confidante of Mímir’s <mythical being’s> friend. ’
SnSt Ht 3III: eiðu váða orms; ‘the mother of the serpent’s harmer; ’
SnSt Ht 3III: móður dólgs mellu ‘the mother of the giantess’s enemy ’
Sturl Hákkv 18II: grænni málu geir-Týs. ‘the green wife of the spear-Týr <god>.’
Tindr Hákdr 8I: man Þriðja. ‘the maiden of Þriði <= Óðinn>. ’
ÞjóðA Sex 3II: ómynda elju Rindar. ‘the rival of Rindr <giantess> lacking bride-payment. ’
ÞjóðA Sex 3II: haglfaldinni mey Ánars ‘the hail-coifed maiden of Ánarr <dwarf> ’
Þjóð Haustl 15III: ekkja Svǫlnis ‘the widow of Svǫlnir <= Óðinn> ’

index entries (as names):
• Jǫrð (Jǫrð, Earth, goddess)

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