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Af óandligum hlut til andligs verðr metaphora sem at kalla konu skorðu eða þoptu gulls eða gersema ok annat þvílíkt sem Ormr Steinþórsson kvað:
91. Skorða var í fǫt færð
fjarðbeins anar teins.
Metaphor occurs in the transfer from inanimate to animate object, as when a woman is called the supporter or thwart of gold or jewels, and such like, as Ormr Steinþórsson said: [...]
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