Please note that the lexical concordance has not been reviewed and should not be referenced as a definitive and accurate concordance to the poetic corpus. Dates in particular may be taken from earlier editions and should be checked.ONP: brigðir sb. m.
...frá blíðum brigði hranne*lds, ... ‘...from the gentle breaker of the wave-fire, ...’1160
...-Mímir, bensœgr, brigðir, Brimir, huglognir, ... ‘...-Mímir, wound-strip, fickle one, Brimir, clinch-failer, ...’?notes
...ok naglfari, brigðir, mǫrnir, blær ... ‘...and nail-studded one, fickle one, crusher, blær ...’?notes
Anon Gyð 2VII
fjölmætr Hlies fúrbrigðir
‘fire-spreader of Hlér’ = GENEROUS MAN
the fire of Hlér → GOLD
The very distinguished spreader of the GOLD → GENEROUS MAN
Anon Pl 24VII
blíðum brigðir hranne*lds
‘the gentle breaker of the wave-fire’ = GENEROUS MAN
the wave-fire, → GOLD
the gentle breaker of the GOLD → GENEROUS MAN
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