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Trollkvenna heiti — Þul TrollkvennaIII

Anonymous Þulur

Elena Gurevich 2017, ‘(Introduction to) Anonymous, Trollkvenna heiti’ in Kari Ellen Gade and Edith Marold (eds), Poetry from Treatises on Poetics. Skaldic Poetry of the Scandinavian Middle Ages 3. Turnhout: Brepols, p. 723.

 

Skalk trollkvinna
telja heiti.
Gríðr ok Gnissa,
Grýla, Brýja,
Glumra, Geitla,
Gríma ok Bakrauf,
Guma, Gestilja,
Grottintanna.
 
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Gjǫlp, Hyrrokkin,
Hengikepta,
Gneip ok Gnepja,
Geysa, Hála,
Hǫrn ok Hrúga,
Harðgreip, Forað,
Hryðja, Hveðra
ok Hǫlgabrúðr.
 
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Hrímgerðr, Hæra,
Herkja, Fála,
Imð, Járnsaxa,
Íma, Fjǫlvǫr,
Mǫrn, Íviðja,
Ámgerðr, Simul,
Sívǫr, Skríkja,
Sveipinfalda.
 
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Ǫflugbarða
ok Járnglumra,
Ímgerðr, Áma
ok Járnviðja,
Margerðr, Atla,
Eisurfála,
Leikn, Munnharpa
ok Myrkriða.
 
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Leirvǫr, Ljóta
ok Loðinfingra,
Kráka, Varðrún
ok Kjallandi,
Vígglǫð, Þurbǫrð -
viljum nefna
Rýgi síðarst
ok Rifingǫflu.
 
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