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Anon Mv III 13VII/2 — stóð ‘stood’

Máría kom til móts þar;
móðurliga hun hjá stóð;
dökkr hafði djöfulsflokkr
dregið hann á kvalaveg.
Hrygðarfull, ‘Höfuðslægð,
hverju valdi taki þier
meinafullir minn þjón?’
mærin talar guði kær.

Máría kom til móts þar; hun stóð móðurliga hjá; dökkr djöfulsflokkr hafði dregið hann á kvalaveg. Hrygðarfull mærin talar, kær guði, ‘Höfuðslægð, hverju valdi taki þier, meinafullir, þjón minn?’

Mary came to meet them [lit. to the meeting] there; she stood motherly by; the dark devil-throng had dragged him onto the road of torments. Mournful, the Virgin speaks, dear to God, ‘Principal slyness, by what authority do you, full of evil, take my servant?’

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