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Lexicon Poeticum

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Anon Mv III 2VII/7 — vón ‘hope’

Heyrðu, svá að hrein orð
hitti eg og gleði mitt,
æstr, fyrir unað best,
Andréas, hugarland.
Minnumz eg, að mey sönn,
Máría — sú er líkn vár
í hreinum vís vón
verkum — leysti einn klerk.

Heyrðu, æstr Andréas, svá að eg hitti hrein orð og gleði hugarland mitt fyrir best unað. Eg minnumz, að sönn mey, Máría, leysti einn klerk; sú er líkn vár, vís vón í hreinum verkum.

Hear, most worthy Andrew, so that I may find pure words and may please my mind-land [BREAST] by the best bliss. I remember that the true Virgin, Mary, redeemed a cleric; she is our mercy, trusty hope in pure deeds.

notes

[7] vís vón ‘trusty hope’: Both Skj B and Skald insert the connective ok ‘and’ (‘she is our mercy and trusty hope’). That is unnecessary from a metrical point of view.

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