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Note to stanza
[All]: Unnarr and Sævaldi are the first of a number of characters in the poem whose quasi-allegorical names are apparently invented, though they may consist of pre-existing name elements such as -ulfr ‘-wolf’ or -ný (cf. AEW: -ný). (Sörli and Vígolfr in st. 20 as attested pers. names are the exception.) That four of the five exempla in the first section of Sól concern paired allegorically-named characters motivates Falk, following Bugge and Vigfússon, to move st. 80, with its isolated reference to Sváfr and Sváfrlogi to initial position in the poem (Falk 1914, 2). There is a comparable use of invented names in Fj.
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