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: 1hrjóðr sb. m.
Harðráðr hrjóðr ins bleika ... ‘The hard-ruling clearer of the pale ...’900notes
...bǫðvarharðan hrjóð lǫgði*s †fram† … ... ‘...the battle-hard destroyer of the sword to be placed ...’1145
...tœja sér; hrjóðr storðar móins ... ‘...help him; the destroyer of the ground of the serpent ...’1160
...inn fjórða, Hrjóðr – ok hygg ...?
...Vindbláinn, Víðfeðmir, Hrjóðr, Hlýrnir, leiptrhrjóðr ...?
...fagrahvél, leiptr, hrjóðr, leika, líknskin, ... ‘...fair-wheel, lightning, coverer, plaything, grace-shine, ...’?
Anon Pl 18VII
hrjóðr storðar móins
‘the destroyer of the ground of the serpent’ = GENEROUS MAN
the ground of the serpent → GOLD
the destroyer of the GOLD → GENEROUS MAN
RvHbreiðm Hl 8III
bǫðvarharðan hrjóðr lǫgði*s
‘the battle-hard destroyer of the sword’ = WARRIOR
the battle-hard destroyer of the sword → WARRIOR
Þhorn Gldr 3I
harðráðr hrjóðr ins bleika fáks bôru
‘the hard-ruling clearer of the pale horse of the wave’ = SEA-WARRIOR = Haraldr
the pale horse of the wave, → SHIP
The hard-ruling clearer of the SHIP → SEA-WARRIOR = Haraldr
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