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Skaldic Poetry of the Scandinavian Middle Ages

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Reginn Lv 1VIII (Hrólf 6)/1 — Regn ‘Rain’

Regn er úti         ok rekkar Hálfdanar
snæfir andskotar;         segið þat Fróða.
Varr sló nagla,         ok Varr höfðaði,
en Varr Vörum         varnagla sló.

Regn er úti, ok rekkar Hálfdanar, snæfir andskotar; segið Fróða þat. Varr sló nagla, ok Varr höfðaði, en Varr sló Vörum varnagla.

Rain is outside, and Hálfdan’s men, strong opponents; tell it to Fróði. Varr forged nails, and Varr put heads on them, and Varr forged Varr-nails for the Varrs.


[1] Regn: Reginn



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