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Skaldic Poetry of the Scandinavian Middle Ages

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Anon Pl 52VII/6 — bróður ‘brother’

unz tírrœkir tœki
tveir brœðr of þat rœða
orð, hvat œski-Nirðir
… framast mynði.
Þollr gat … inn ellri
… fyr bróður
lýst ok langa freistni
… hlífar,

unz tveir tírrœkir brœðr tœki rœða orð of þat, hvat œski-Nirðir … mynði framast; inn ellri þollr … hlífar gat lýst … ok langa freistni … fyr bróður,

until the two renown-cultivating brothers began to speak of that which the wishing-Nirðir <gods> … [MEN] first remembered; the older tree … of the shield [BATTLE > WARRIOR] was able to describe … and long ordeal … to his brother,



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