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HSt Rst 28I/7 — þoll ‘fir’

Hilding hvasst frák ganga
— hann réð prútt ept manni —
— ráðvandr ræsir hendi
ríp — í bratta gnípu.
Þrekleyfðr þengill hafði
— þat vas endr — und hendi
— sigrþoll svá barg stillir —
sinn dreng ok gekk lengra.

Frák hilding ganga hvasst í bratta gnípu; hann réð prútt ept manni; ráðvandr ræsir hendi ríp. Þrekleyfðr þengill hafði dreng sinn und hendi ok gekk lengra; þat vas endr; stillir barg svá sigrþoll.

I have heard that the war-leader went vigorously up the steep peak; he went bravely after the man; the upright ruler grasped the crag. The prince praised for his strength held his follower under his arm and went on further; that was long ago; thus the leader saved the victory-fir [WARRIOR].

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[7] ‑þoll: ‑þollr 53, 54, Bb(94va)

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