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Eyja heiti — Þul EyjaIII

Anonymous Þulur

Elena Gurevich 2017, ‘ Anonymous, Eyja 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. 972. <https://skaldic.org/m.php?p=text&i=3247> (accessed 4 August 2021)

 

Ey, Ǫmð ok Ǫrmst,         ǫllum lengri
Horn, Hrund ok Hugl,         Herðla, Ívist,
Hveðn, Hrafnista,         Hísing, Skrofa,
Mǫn, Mǫst, Hasley,         Myl, Stolm, Bataldr.
 
‘Island, Andøya and Unst, Horn, longer than all, Runde and Huglo, Herdla, North Uist, Ven, Ramsta, Hisingen, Skrova, Man, Mǫst, Hesselø, Mull, Stolmen, Batalden.
Selja, Sólrǫnn         ok Sortuland,
Sigg ok Salarey         ok …
Sága, Láland,         Salbjǫrn, Leka,
Skíð, Strind ok Vigr,         Skolm ok Aldi.
 
‘Selja, Sólrǫnn and Sortland, Siggen and Sålerøy and … Sága, Lolland, Selbjørn, Leka, Skye, Strind and Vigr, Skomsøya and Alden.
Krít, Kípr, Lygra,         Kǫrmt, Rǫð, Bjarkey,
Hæring, Gylling,         Hugró, Varða,
Lauga, Lygra,         Lág ok Gizki,
Þriðna ok Þjótta,         Þruma, Kinn ok Hrótt.
 
‘Crete, Cyprus, Lygra, Karmøy, Radøy, Bjarkøy, Knapplundøya, Straumøya, Hugró, Varða, Laugen, Lygra, Lågøy and Giske, Træna and Tjøtta, Tromøy, Kinn and Rott.
Nǫs, Dyn, Nauma,         Nála, Nǫrva,
Folskn, Frigg, Fetilǫr,         Fenring ok Mǫn,
Bolm, Bókn, Raufa,         Bǫnn, Sekk ok Vǫrl,
Álǫst ok Storð,         Jala, Tjǫr, Véey.
 
‘Noss, Dønna, Nauma, Nála, Nørvøy, Storfosna, Frigg, Fetlar, Askøy and Man, Bolm, Bokn, Rauøya, Bǫnn, Sekken and Valderøy, Alsten and Stord, Yell, Tjǫr, Veøy.
Ǫrn, Íl ok Rist,         Íra, Lodda,
Sólund, Síri,         Sólskel, Mjǫla,
Hlésey, Veðrey,         Hitra, Frosta,
Lóǫnd, Vikna,         Lág, Syllingar.
 
‘Arnøy, Islay and Riste, Íra, Ludden, Solund, Utsira, Solskjel, Meløy, Læsø, Værøy, Hitra, Frosta, Vesterøy, Vikna, Lågøy, the Isles of Scilly.
Fjón, Fjǫlbyrja,         Fríkn ok Senja,
Selund ok Dímun,         Sæla, Þumla,
Úsna, Sjóland,         Askrǫð ok Síld,
Ála, Borgund,         Erri, Torgar.
 
‘Fyn, Fjǫlbyrja, Fríkn and Senja, Sjælland and Dímun, Selja, Þumla, Usedom, Sjælland, Askrova and Silda, Ála, Borgund, Ærø, Torget.
Hæl, Røkstr ok Falstr         ok Helliskor,
Asparnir, Hinn,         Jǫlund ok Hanki,
Mársey, Sámsey,         Mystr ok Vingi,
Hlésey, Heðinsey         ok Hnotirnar.
 
‘Hilløy, Reksteren and Falster and Helliskor, Asparnir, Hinnøya, Jeløya and Hankø, Morsø, Samsø, Møkster and Vingi, Læsø, Hiddensee and Hnotirnar.
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