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Lausavísur — GizGrý LvVIII (Heiðr)

Gizurr Grýtingaliði

Gizurr Grýtingaliði, Lausavísur — Hannah Burrows

Not published: do not cite (GizGrý LvVIII (Heiðr))

 

Þetta er þiggjanda
þýjar barni,
barni þýjar,
þótt sé borinn konungr,
þá hornungr
á haugi sat,
er ǫðlingar
arfi skiptu.
 
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Ek mun þik einkis
eyris krefja
né skjallanda
skarfs ór golli;
þó munk ríða
ok rǫnd bera
Húna þjóðum
herstaf bjóða.
 
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Hvar skalk Húnum
hervíg kenna?
 
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Felmtr er yðru fylki,
feigr er yðvarr vísi,
gnæfar yðr gunnfani,
gramr er yðr Óðinn.
 
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Býðk yðr at Dylgju
ok at Dunheiði
orrostu undir
Jassarfjǫllum,
"hræse ydur
ad haa hvoriu",
láti Óðinn flein fljúga
sem fyrir mælik.
 
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Eigi gera Húnar oss ...
 
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Sex ein eru
seggja fylki,
í fylki hverju
fimm þúsundir,
í hverri þúsund
þrettán hundruð,
í hundraði hverju
halir fjórtalðir.
 
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