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Skaldic Poetry of the Scandinavian Middle Ages

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Vol. VII. Poetry on Christian Subjects
 

C. Indices of Names and Terms

 
1. Ethnic Names (MCR)
2. Indigenous Terms (MCR)
3. Personal Names (MCR)
4. Place names (MCR)
5. Miscellaneous Names (MCR)

(Vol. VII. Poetry on Christian Subjects > C. Indices of Names and Terms > 5. Miscellaneous Names)

5. Miscellaneous Names (MCR)

Draupnir, gold ring belonging to Óðinn — Kálf Kátr 39/7

Dröfn, name of a wave — Kálf Kátr 40/8

Edda, title of Snorri Sturluson’s treatise on poetics — Lil 97/7

Fenrir, mythical wolf, son of god Loki — Mdr 16/1, Pl 16/7

Harmsól ‘sorrow-sun’, name of poem — Gamlkan Has 64/2

Hneitir ‘cutter’, name of King Óláfr Haraldsson’s sword — ESk Geisl 43/1

Huginn, name of one of Óðinn’s ravens — ESk Geisl 13/2, 29/4, 41/6

Hugsvinnsmál  ‘Speech of the Wise-minded One’, name of poem — Hsv 149

Kross, Crux, Christ’s Cross — Líkn 26/1, 27/1, 30/1, 31/1, 39/1, 42/6, 46/4

Laufi, name of a sword — Kálf Kátr 51/7

Leiðarvísan ‘Way-Guidance’, name of poem — Leið 44/8

Lilja ‘Lily’, name of poem — Lil 98/8

Sólarljóð ‘Song(s) of the Sun’, name of poem — Sól 81/4

Valr, name of a horse — Leið 16/7
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