Tveir eru inni, trúik bôðum vel,
Hámundr ok Geirmundr, Hjǫrvi bornir;
en Leifr þriði, Loðhattar son;
fœddirat þú þann mǫg, kona.
Tveir eru inni, trúik bôðum vel, Hámundr ok Geirmundr, bornir Hjǫrvi; en Leifr, son Loðhattar, þriði: fœddirat þú þann mǫg, kona.
There are two inside, I trust both well, Hámundr and Geirmundr, born to Hjǫrr; but Leifr, son of Loðhǫttr [is] the third; you did not give birth to that youth, woman.
 bornir Hjǫrvi ‘born to Hjǫrr’: There may also be a punning subsidiary sense here, ‘born to the sword’ (hjǫrr ‘sword’), that is, born to belong to the warrior class.
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