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þá er metaphora aptrbeiðilig, ef hvern hlut má færa til annars, þat er líking er á milli, sem at kalla sæinn jǫrð skipa eða fiska eða sækonunga sem Þjóðólfr kvað:
þar er heiðsæi
en kalla jǫrð sæ dýra sem Markús kvað:
93. Hjartfærra veit harri
hreinvazta sik baztan.
Hér er jǫrð kǫlluð vaztir, en í fyrri vísu var hafit kallat fjǫll sækonungs.
metaphora is reciprocal if the objects between which there is similiarity are mutually transferable, as when the sea is called the land of ships or fishes or sea-kings, as Þjóðólfr said:[...] and when the earth is called sea of animals, as Markús said: [...] Here the earth is called "fishing banks" and in the former strophe the sea was called ''mountains of the sea-king."
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