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: djarfr adj.
...langra skipa djarft, dolgstrangr ... ‘...long ships boldly, battle-strong ...’1045
...eg em djarfastr, dygg Drótt ... ‘...I am very arrogant, faithful Drótt ...’1325
Hjörviður, djarfr hríðar Hlakkar, ... ‘The sword-tree, valiant in the storm of Hlǫkk, ...’?notes
...eru undra djarfir. ‘...are wondrously bold. ’?
ESk Geisl 44VII
ins hôva gunndjarfs stríðandi hrings
‘of the tall, battle-eager enemy of the ring’ = GENEROUS MAN = Óláfr
the tall, battle-eager enemy of the ring → GENEROUS MAN = Óláfr
ESk Geisl 49VII
þingdjarfs snyrtir bauga
‘of the battle-brave polisher of rings’ = MAN = Óláfr
the battle-brave polisher of rings → MAN = Óláfr
Hfr Óldr 2I
hjǫrdjarfr dróttinn hersa
‘the sword-bold lord of hersar’ = RULER
The sword-bold lord of hersar → RULER
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