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Hordaland — 

Not published: do not cite (Run N HordalandVI)

 

fellig er fuð sinn byrli.
Fuð-ǫrg ...
 
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Ekkils ýti-blǫkkum

 
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Alinn vark þás alma
Upplendingar bendu.
 
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Aldri skyldi Auðr fǫldu
unna þeims lyfum unnu.
 
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Snót gat lausan láta,
lín-Gunnr, fyrir ver sínum
- enn er hón mær fyrir mǫnnum -
 
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Unn þú mér,
ann ek þér.
Gunnhildr! Kyss mik,
kann ek þik.
 
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Fell til fríðrar þellu
fárlegrar mér árla
fiskáls festibála
forn byrr hamarnorna;
þeim lundi hefir Þundar
þornlúðrs jǫlunbúðar
glaumarr gýgjartauma
galdrs fastliga haldit.

Omnia vincit amor...
 
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Seints, þats Sveinn fann dynta,
silfrberg, í mǫl dverga,
- þat segir herr með harra -
heiðmilds í gjǫf reiða.
Hafi sás laug at lœgis
logrýranda dýrum
- þess vítis biðk þrjóti
þegnleiðum - guðs reiði.
 
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Ími stein heitti.
Aldri reykr rjúki!
Aldri seyðir soðni!
Út yl,
inn kyl!
Ími stein heitti!
 
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Vár kennir (mér) víra
vitr úglaðan sitja.
Eir nemr opt ok stórum
ǫluns grundar mik blundi.
 
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Ríst ek bótrúnar,
ríst ek bjargrúnar,
einfalt við alfum,
tvífalt við trollum,
þrífalt við þursum.

Við inni skœðu
'skag' valkyrju,
svát ei megi,
þótt æ vili
- lævís kona -
lífi þínu [granda]

ek sendi þér,
ek sé á þér,
ylgjar ergi
ok úþola.
Á þér hríni
úþoli ok
'ioluns' móð.
Sittu aldri,
sof þú aldri.

... ant mér
sem sjalfri þér.
Beirist

rubus rabus et...
 
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Sæll ek þá þóttumk
er vit sátumk í hjá,
ok komat okkar maðr á meðal.
Yfir né undir
sakaðatk
um okkart ...
 
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Mynda ek miklu optar
miǫð-ranni koma nál[ig]a
 
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uin:aik:uæs:altauna:ueret
 
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Heill sé þú
ok í hugum góðum;
Þórr þik þiggi,
Óðinn þik eigi.
 
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Mun þú mik,
man ek þik.
Unn þú mér,
ann ek þér.
 
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Byrli minn!
Unn mér!
Ann ek þér
af ástum ok
af ǫllum huga.
 
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Ann ek svá konu manns
víða taka fjǫll við
há leggjumk svá hugi á,
hring-reið, at jǫrð springr.

Hrafn skal áðr enk horskri hamna
hvítr sem sú mjǫll er liggr á fjǫllum.
 
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kann ek segja þér,
sem þú mant reyna af mér,
at ek skal unna þér
engu verr enn mér.
 
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-]umikmanekþik
 
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Sez niðr ok ráð rúnar,
rís upp ok fís við.
 
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Ann ek svá konu manns,
at mér þykkir kaltr eltr.
En ek em vinr vífs þessa.
 
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