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Skaldic Poetry of the Scandinavian Middle Ages

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first lines of verses


verses starting with í

‘Í herskô...’ — Anon (TGT) 34III
‘Í hǫll skalt ganga...’ — HervH Lv 3VIII (HjǪ 26)
‘Í ljóðum þessum...’ — Anon Hsv 147VII
‘Ími stein heitti....’ — Run N B252VI
‘Íms hafði lið ljóma...’ — Ingj Atlfl 6IV
‘Ískalda skark ǫldu...’ — SnSt Ht 27III
‘Ísland éla skyndir,...’ — HSt Rst 11I
‘Íslands ertu gǫfugur geisli,...’ — Árni Gd 67IV
‘Ítarligr er ǫllum betri...’ — Anon Mgr 20VII
‘Ítarligr ok ǫllum mætri,...’ — Anon Mgr 32VII
‘Ítr lofar engla sveitar...’ — Gamlkan Has 30VII
‘Ítr þrifusk jǫfra hleyti...’ — ÞKolb Eirdr 12I
‘Ítr, jarl einkar snarla...’ — HSt Rst 21I
‘Ítr, lýstir þú ástar,...’ — Gamlkan Has 18VII
‘Ítran færðu í útlegð stirða,...’ — Arngr Gd 22IV
‘Ítrfermðum réð Ormi...’ — Hfr ErfÓl 17I
‘Ítri hafði einn hlut...’ — Anon Mv III 6VII
‘Íugtanna gatk unnit...’ — Grett Lv 12V (Gr 21)
‘Íþróttir kank átta :...’ — Hharð Gamv 4II
‘Íþróttir margar...’ — Anon Hsv 123VII
‘Íþróttum safna...’ — Anon Hsv 125VII

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