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Skaldic Poetry of the Scandinavian Middle Ages

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Þhorn Gldr 1I/5 — grimnis

Hilmir réð á heiði
hjaldrskíðs þrimu galdra
óðr við œskimeiða
ey vébrautar heyja,
áðr gnapsólar Gripnis
gnýstœrandi fœri
rausnarsamr til rimmu
ríðviggs lagar skíðum.

Hilmir réð heyja þrimu hjaldrskíðs á heiði, ey óðr við œskimeiða galdra vébrautar, áðr rausnarsamr Gripnis ríðviggs gnapsólar gnýstœrandi fœri skíðum lagar til rimmu.

The ruler commanded that the noise of the battle-plank [SWORD > BATTLE] be launched on the heath, ever furious at the wishing trees of the incantations of the standard-road [BATTLEFIELD > BATTLE > WARRIORS], before the magnificent increaser of the noise of the jutting sun of the riding horse of Gripnir <sea-king> [(lit. ‘noise-increaser of the jutting sun of the riding horse of Gripnir’) SHIP > SHIELD > BATTLE > WARRIOR] sailed into battle with the skis of the sea [SHIPS].



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