með Svíum kvôðu
á hilmi rann,
of fylki brann.
Veitk enda lokins lífs Eysteins folginn á Lófundi. Ok kvôðu með Svíum józka menn brenna inni sikling. Ok bitsótt þangs hlíðar rann á hilmi í brandnói, þás timbrfastr nǫkkvi toptar, fullr flotna, brann of fylki.
I know the end of the concluded life of Eysteinn to be hidden in Lófund. And among the Swedes [people] said that men from Jutland burned the ruler inside [a house]. And the biting sickness of the sea-weed of the hill-slope [FOREST > FIRE] attacked the ruler in the fire-ship [HOUSE] when the timber-fast boat of the building plot [HOUSE], full of seafarers, burned over the ruler.
 flotna ‘of seafarers’: Þjóðólfr here characteristically extends the metaphor present in the base-word of the kenning into another part of the sentence. The base-words of the two house-kennings, brandnói ‘fire-ship’ and nǫkkvi toptar ‘boat of the building plot’ both mean ‘ship’, hence the people in the building are called flotnar ‘seafarers’.
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