Skaldic Poetry of the Scandinavian Middle Ages

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kenning index

This is the kenning index generated from the edited verses in the database. Unpublished material (in the lighter colour) may contain errors.

9250 kennings from 3005 verses.

generic named grouped


kennings for EAGLE

[edition and translation unpublished] - EAGLE
    (5. Egils saga Skalla-Grímssonar 58 (Egill Skallagrímsson, Lausavísur, 29), kenning 2)

[edition and translation unpublished] - EAGLE
    (5. Bergbúa þáttr 9 (Hallmundr bergbúinn, Hallmundarkviða, 9) — Hallmundr bergbúinn, kenning 2)

trani rómu — ‘the crane of battle ’ - EAGLE
    (3. Rǫgnvaldr jarl and Hallr Þórarinsson, Háttalykill, 13 [Vol. 3, 1021], kenning 1)

Grár sármútari — ‘The grey wound-hawk ’ - EAGLE
    (3. Rǫgnvaldr jarl and Hallr Þórarinsson, Háttalykill, 62 [Vol. 3, 1071], kenning 1)

þrábarni arnar. — ‘of the beloved child of the eagle. ’ - EAGLE
    (3. Snorri Sturluson, Háttatal, 32 [Vol. 3, 1138], kenning 7)

grár nagr hræva — ‘the grey bird of corpses ’ - EAGLE
    (1. 6. Torf-Einarr Rǫgnvaldsson, Lausavísur, 3 [Vol. 1, 134], kenning 4)

[edition and translation unpublished] - EAGLE
    (5. Kumblbúa þáttr 2 (Þorsteinn Þorvarðsson, Lausavísa, 1) — Þorsteinn Þorvarðsson, kenning 4)

gauks tuggu Munins — ‘of the cuckoo of Muninn’s <raven’s> mouthful ’ - EAGLE
    (1. 14. Þórðr Særeksson (Sjáreksson), 1. Þórálfs drápa Skólmssonar, 3 [Vol. 1, 239], kenning 2)

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