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: geigr sb. m.
...sættisk, áðr geigr sé unninn.... ‘...to be reconciled, before an injury is inflicted....’1149
...rifjak hvern geig, þanns gerðak, ... ‘...I can enumerate every injury that I have committed ...’1180
...sín*ar sameignar; geigr es í ... ‘...women in common; peril lies in ...’?
Sturl Hákkv 17II
‘the frightful corpse-lightnings’ = SPEARS
The frightful corpse-lightnings → SPEARS
Sturl Hákkv 19II
‘the frightful corpse-sea’ = BLOOD
the frightful corpse-sea → BLOOD
Sturl Hákkv 32II
‘the swinging skis of the gosling-danger’ = ARMS
the gosling-danger → HAWK
the swinging skis of the HAWK → ARMS
Sturl Hryn 18II
geigurþing logs gunnar
‘a dangerous meeting of the flame of battle’ = BATTLE
the flame of battle → SWORD
a dangerous meeting of the SWORD → BATTLE
Hfr ErfÓl 9I
‘the dangerous meeting of the spear’ = BATTLE
the dangerous meeting of the spear → BATTLE
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