Ey mun uppi
Endils, meðan stendr
Þú hefr í vátri,
Fǫr Endils svǫrgœðis mun ey uppi, meðan salr sólborgar stendr. Vegsamr gráns geirs gnýstœrir, þú hefr þvegizk í vátri Jórðáni.
The journey of the fattener of Endill’s <sea-king’s> bird [(lit. ‘bird-fattener of Endill’) RAVEN/EAGLE > WARRIOR] will always be remembered as long as the hall of the sun’s stronghold [SKY/HEAVEN > EARTH] remains. Glorious increaser of the clash of the grey spear [(lit. ‘clash-increaser of the grey spear’) BATTLE > WARRIOR], you have washed yourself in the watery River Jordan.
[7-8] gnýstœrir gráns geirs ‘increaser of the clash of the grey spear [(lit. ‘clash-increaser of the grey spear’) BATTLE > WARRIOR]’: So Hr. Gnýstýrir gráns geirs ‘guider of the clash of the grey spear’ (so H) is also possible as a kenning for ‘warrior’, but the <ý> in -stýrir was likely caused by the vowel in the preceding syllable.
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