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Skaldic Poetry of the Scandinavian Middle Ages

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ÞjóðA Magn 1II/4 — hnipnar ‘with sorrow’

Hrauð Ôleifs mǫgr áðan
— jǫfurr vá sigr — ins digra
(fregnat slíkt ór Sogni)
sjau skip (konur hnipnar).

Mǫgr Ôleifs ins digra hrauð áðan sjau skip; jǫfurr vá sigr; konur ór Sogni fregnat slíkt hnipnar.

The son of Óláfr inn digri (‘the Stout’) [= Magnús] had previously cleared seven ships; the ruler won victory; women from Sogn will not receive such news with sorrow.

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[4] hnipnar: ‘nipnar’ 39, ‘híupar’ E

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