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: stofn, stufn sb. m.
...klauf harðan stofn svarðar kunnum ... ‘...split the hard stump of the scalp of famous ...’1001
...at hefna stofns Hlakkar í ... ‘...to avenge the tree-stump of Hlǫkk in ...’1035
...skikkjur; veitti stofnum stétthrings ... ‘...he provided cloak-pins (?) for the poles of the path-sword. ...’1200
...einn af stofni illum byl. ... ‘...one [branch] from the trunk with a malevolent gust. ...’?
Hfr ErfÓl 6I
harðan stofn svarðar
‘the hard stump of the scalp’ = HEAD
the hard stump of the scalp → HEAD
ÞSjár Frag 2III
‘the tree-stump of hlǫkk’ = WARRIOR
the tree-stump of Hlǫkk → WARRIOR
HSt Rst 12I
‘for the poles of the path-sword’ = WARRIORS
the path-sword. → SHIELD
for the poles of the SHIELD → WARRIORS
Anon Krm 14VIII
‘helmet-peg’ = HEAD
helmet-peg. → HEAD
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