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: bil sb. f.
...betra sómir Bil bríma stalls ... ‘...better befits the Bil of the flame of the standing-place ...’1152
...s gerði; Bil treystisk guði....1180notes
...kvinnu; hosk Bil baugstalls ... ‘...woman; the wise Bil of the ring-seat ...’1386notes
...ef ítr Bil vildi unna ...?
...dóttur við Bil seima. ‘...daughter with the Bil of gold.’?
Ef Bil brunnins logs ... ‘If the Bil of the burnt fire ...’?
...Iðunn, Ilmr, Bil, Njǫrun.?
...Rán ok Bil, líkn, Hlín ...?
Anon Mv I 14VII
‘the pious wealth-Bil’ = WOMAN
the pious wealth-Bil → WOMAN
Anon Mv I 23VII
hosk Bil baugstalls
‘the wise Bil of the ring-seat’ = WOMAN
the ring-seat → ARM
the wise Bil of the ARM → WOMAN
SkrautO Frag 1III
Bil brunnins logs báru
‘Bil of the burnt fire of the wave’ = WOMAN
the burnt fire of the wave, → GOLD
the Bil of of the GOLD → WOMAN
Anon (Vǫlsa) 1I
‘Bil of gold’ = WOMAN
the Bil of gold. → WOMAN
Oddi Lv 2II
Bil bríma stalls bauga
‘Bil of the flame of the standing-place of rings’ = WOMAN
the standing-place of rings; → ARM/HAND
the flame of the ARM/HAND → GOLD
the Bil of the GOLD → WOMAN
Rloð Lv 8VIII (Ragn 24)
‘clasp-Bil’ = WOMAN = Áslaug-Randalín
clasp-Bil. → WOMAN = Áslaug-Randalín
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