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: 1hǽttinn adj.
...hvert land, hættinn happsœkjandi ... ‘...every land, venturesome, fortunate attacker ...’1028notes
Hættinn sóttir þú ... ‘Bold, you came ...’1035
...meir við hættna Svía, þótt ... ‘...better with the daring Swedes even if ...’1036
...vetr síðan. Hættin Jǫrð hǫr... ‘...winters longer. The virtuous Jǫrð of the linen-...’1160
Hættin, hress Þéopista ... ‘The virtuous, energetic Theopista ...’1160
Anon Pl 24VII
hættin Jǫrð hǫrstrengs
‘the virtuous Jǫrð of the linen-ribbon’ = WOMAN
The virtuous Jǫrð of the linen-ribbon → WOMAN
Þorm Lv 15I
hættinn happsœkjandi hreins branda
‘venturesome, fortunate attacker of the reindeer of stems’ = SEA-WARRIOR = Óláfr
the reindeer of stems, → SHIP
venturesome, fortunate attacker of the SHIP → SEA-WARRIOR = Óláfr
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