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Anon Mdr 29VII/3 — þinnar ‘your’

Bænheyrðu, Máría, mína
málsgnótt og bjarg sálum;
miskunnar þarf eg þinnar,
þýð mær guði kærust.
Líðr að ljósu kvæði;
lofi þínu vil eg ofra;
skyldr em eg góðu að gjalda,
göfug prýði, þier, jöfra.

Bænheyrðu, Máría, mína málsgnótt og bjarg sálum; eg þarf miskunnar þinnar, þýð mær, kærust guði. Líðr að ljósu kvæði; eg vil ofra lofi þínu; eg em skyldr að gjalda þier góðu, göfug prýði jöfra.

Be attentive, Mary, to my speech-abundance, and save my soul; I need your mercy, kind maiden, most dear to God. The bright poem draws to its end; I will exalt your praise; I am obliged to reward you with good, noble adornment of princes [= Mary].



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