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: rǿkja vb.
...s eigi rœkir orð þín ... ‘...who does not heed your words ...’1180
...hug; maðr ræki hylli hvárkis ... ‘...affection; a man should not care for the favour of one ...’1258
Hverr lýða ræki líkama sinn; ... ‘Every man should look after his body; ...’1258
...vill rækja, er betri ... ‘...who is willing to look after you is better ...’1258
...hafnar; hvat rækir þik? ‘...what do you care? ’?
...hugum. Ek ræki þat lítt, ... ‘...spirits. I care little, ...’?notes
SnSt Ht 13III
rœki-Njǫrðr rjóðvendils randa
‘the tending-Njǫrð of the shields’ reddening-rod’ = WARRIOR
the shields’ reddening-rod → SWORD
the tending-Njǫrðr of the SWORD → WARRIOR
Eskál Vell 8I
rœkilundr lauks randar
‘the tending-tree of the leek of the shield’ = WARRIOR
the leek of the shield → SWORD
the tending-tree of the SWORD → WARRIOR
Hfr Hákdr 1III
inn ríki rœkilundr randfárs
‘the mighty heeding-tree of shield-harm’ = WARRIOR
shield-harm, → SWORD
The mighty heeding-tree of the SWORD → WARRIOR
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