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: fimr adj.
...mikit lið. Fimr gramr fœrði ... ‘...great force. The skilful lord brought ...’1028
...út þing; fim hirð bræðis ... ‘...to the assembly; lively, the troop of the feeder ...’1050
...Gramr Hǫrða, fimr stjórnar, sá ... ‘...The king of the Hǫrðar, adept at leadership, saw ...’1153notes
Fimr Kristr setti ... ‘Nimble Christ established ...’1190notes
...Færir fyrðar, fimir í lið, ... ‘...Capable men, agile in limb, ...’1240notes
Anon Leið 26VII
dáðfimr jǫfurr himna
‘the deed-agile prince of the heavens’ = God
The deed-agile prince of the heavens → God
Anon Leið 6VII
snillifimr grundar salvǫrðr
‘earth’s hall-warden’ = God
the hall of the earth → SKY/HEAVEN
The prowess-nimble warden of the SKY/HEAVEN → God
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