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Anon Mey 57VII/3 — huxan ‘thought’

Félícitas sitr í sælu;
Sábína var numin frá pínu;
Praxis glez með prúða huxan,
Potenciána systir snótar.
Constancía kurteis meyja,
Klára þoldi dauða sáran;
Priska liez í prúðri æsku;
Púsina skínn nú guðs í húsi.

Félícitas sitr í sælu; Sábína var numin frá pínu; Praxis glez með prúða huxan, Potenciána, systir snótar. Constancía, kurteis meyja, Klára þoldi sáran dauða; Priska liez í prúðri æsku; Púsina skínn nú í húsi guðs.

Felicity sits in bliss; Sabina was removed from torment; Praxis rejoices with her fine thought, Putentiana, the woman’s sister. Constantia, a courteous maiden, Clare suffered a painful death; Prisca died in the bloom of her youth; Pusina now shines in God’s house [HEAVEN].

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