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Lexicon Poeticum

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Anon Pét 52VII/5 — aungvan ‘no’

Giekk að nóni nökkur,
nær miskunnar tærir
mustari; mann sá næsta*
meiddan; fjár sier beiddi.
‘Penning ág til aungvan,
auðsýtir, þier býta;
vertu heill’, kvað hittir
heiðrs jafn, ‘í guðs nafni’.

Að nóni giekk tærir miskunnar nökkur nær mustari; sá næsta* meiddan mann; beiddi fjár sier. ‘Ág aungvan penning til, auðsýtir, býta þier; vertu heill í guðs nafni’, kvað jafn hittir heiðrs.

At the ninth hour the giver of mercy [APOSTLE] walked somewhere near the temple; he saw a severely maimed man [who] asked for money for himself. ‘I have no coin, wealth-yearner [POOR MAN], to give you; be well in God’s name’, said the righteous finder of glory [APOSTLE].

readings

[5] aungvan: ‘o᷎ngan’ 621

grammar

Pronouns and determiners: engi (none, no)

masc.fem.neut.
sing. N
A
G
D
engi
engan, engi
engis, enskis
engum
engi
enga
engrar
engri
ekki
ekki
engis, enskis
engu
pl. N
A
G
D
engir
enga
engra
engum
engar
engar
engra
engum
engi
engi
engra
engum
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