Please note that the lexical concordance has not been reviewed and should not be referenced. Dates in particular may be taken from earlier editions and should be checked.ONP: íð sb. f.
...es leyfð íð. Þollr látrs ... ‘...is a praiseworthy occupation. Fir-tree of the lair ...’1015notes
...ték ýmissar íðir. ‘...I report various doings.’1019notes
...Glað Geitis; íð [e]s tíðum ... ‘...the Glaðr of Geitir; preparation is often ...’1152
...veit sannar íðir þínar. ‘...your true deeds. ’1190
...sókn ok íð, dolg, ógn, ... ‘...assault and deed, enmity, terror, ...’?
Gsind Hákdr 5I
íðvandr Sveigðis salbrigðandi
‘diligent hall-cleaver of Sveigðir’ = WARRIOR = Tryggvi
the hall of Sveigðir, → SHIELD
a diligent cleaver of the SHIELD → WARRIOR = Tryggvi
HSt Rst 24I
íðvands geira gnýbjóðr
‘din-inviter of spears’ = WARRIOR
the din of spears. → BATTLE
the carefully-acting inviter of the BATTLE → WARRIOR
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