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Few’: strong nom. m. , the subject; although fáir is the sole element in the noun phrase and thus has no noun to agree with, it takes nom. m. pl. 6 (19–21)). at prep. ‘to’. flessu pron. ‘this’: dat. n. sg. — dat. case is automatic after at; on the neuter gender, see fletta in line 15. gaum sm. , the direct object. hann pron. , the subject. flvá›i wv. ‘washed’: 3rd sg. past indic. 3). hann pron. , the direct object. upp adv. ‘up’ ‘thoroughly’. allan adj. ‘all’: acc. m. , agreeing with hann; more idiomatic English for allan would be the adverbial phrase 25 ‘all over’.

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Here used adjectivally, einhverjum agrees with sta›. sta› sm. , the case triggered by í when location is denoted; note that sta› is one of those masculine nouns that has no ending in the dat. sg. 8, paradigm 2). Bƒ›varr sm. , the subject. lítr sv. ‘looks’: 3rd sg. pres. indic. of líta—leit—litu—litit. flangat adv. ‘thither’ ‘there’. ok conj. ‘and’. sér sv. ‘sees’: 3rd sg. pres. indic. 10). at conj. ‘that’. mannshƒnd sf. , the subject; note that although manns, gen. sg. , the gender of the compound is determined by the second element, hƒnd; note further that the nom.

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