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Skaldic Poetry of the Scandinavian Middle Ages

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1. tíð (noun f.)

ONP (prose citations):273728113
SkP: 33127911 (prose):291392394

forms: tíðum, tíð, tíðar, tíðs, Tíð, tíðar, tider, tidir, tijder, tíðir f pl, tiðirnar, tiðir, tiðum, tiðer, tiþom, tíþa, tíþer, tíþ, tiþer, Tider, tijd, tíða, tiða, tidum, tiþir, tíðum dat f pl, tijda, tijdum, tidvm, tiþar, tid, tidernar, tið, thidvm, tíd, tidar, tíðirnar, Tíða, tiþum, tida, tyder, tiðom, tíd, tidhonne, tydhom, tiðvm, tijdhom, tydum, Tid, Tiþ, tiðar, tíþar, tiþvm, tiþa, tidunum, tid]a, tíþom, tiþernar, fall, tidinni, tiðunum, tiðanna, tiþ, tíð

Anon Hsv 84VII l. 6: tíðir ‘times’
Anon Leið 9VII l. 4: tíðum ‘the festivals’
Anon Leið 23VII l. 2: tíð ‘time’
Anon Leið 23VII l. 8: tíða ‘times’
Anon Leið 35VII l. 6: tíð ‘time’
Anon Mey 51VII l. 6: tíðir ‘mass’
Anon Mv I 11VII l. 7: tíðum ‘frequently’
Anon Mv II 2VII l. 2: tíð ‘a time’
Anon Mv II 10VII l. 5: tíð ‘time’
Anon Mv II 19VII l. 5: tíð ‘time’
Anon Mv III 6VII l. 6: tíðir ‘hours’
Anon Mv III 9VII l. 1: Tíða ‘hours’
Anon Mv III 20VII l. 8: tíð ‘time’
Anon Nkt 68II l. 6: tíðar ‘time’
Anon Pl 37VII l. 5: Tíð ‘The time’
Anon Vitn 9VII l. 1: tíðir ‘times’
Arn Magndr 14II l. 3: tíðar ‘moment’
Eskál Lv 1aI l. 2: tíðar ‘time’
Glúmr Gráf 14I l. 2: tíðum ‘often’
Glúmr Gráf 14I l. 2 [variant]: tíða ‘’
Refr Frag 5III l. 3: tíð ‘pleasure’
Hfr Óldr 3I l. 1: Tíð ‘often’
Klœ Lv 1III l. 2: tíðum ‘often’
Mark Eirdr 23II l. 6: tíða ‘of services’
Nefari Lv 1II l. 4: tíðum ‘frequently’
Rv Lv 1II l. 4: tíðs ‘a preoccupation’
Sigv Austv 6I l. 4 [variant]: tíði ‘’
Sturl Hákkv 4II l. 14: ðar ‘time’
Þfagr Sveinn 7II l. 1: tíðar ‘time’
Þhorn Gldr 3I l. 1: tíðar ‘time’
ÞjóðA Magnfl 2II l. 4: tíð ‘time’
Anon Brúðv 7VII l. 5: tíðir ‘services’
Anon Brúðv 11VII l. 7: tíða ‘his devotions’
Anon Brúðv 12VII l. 4: tíð ‘his devotions’

Anon Leið 35VII, l. 6: ógnartíð ‘time of terror’
Anon Mv II 2VII, l. 2: gleðitíð ‘a time of joy’
Anon Mv II 10VII, l. 5: frumtíð ‘the due time’
Anon Mv II 19VII, l. 5: feginstíð ‘a joyous time’
Anon Mv III 20VII, l. 8: lífstíð ‘his lifetime’
Hfr Óldr 3I, l. 1: Tíðhǫggvit ‘cut down often’

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