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By Anthony (ed) Faulkes

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Some’ ‘a little’: acc. f. ; here used adjectivally, nƒkkra (an abbreviated form of nƒkkura) agrees with hrí›. hrí› sf. 5 (10)). heyrir wv. ‘hears’: 3rd sg. pres. indic. 1). hann pron. , the subject. flrausk sn. , the direct object. nƒkkut pron. ‘some’ ‘a’: acc. n. ; here used adjectivally, nƒkkut agrees with flrausk. útar adv. , consisting of út + comp. suffix -ar. í prep. ‘in’. hornit sn. + art. , the case triggered by í when motion is denoted; the English speaker may not conceive of hearing something somewhere as involving motion, but the clue is provided by the motion adv.

And tr. C. Tolkien (1960). The Saga of the Volsungs, ed. and tr. R. G. Finch (1965). Translations of the Sagas of Icelanders: The Complete Sagas of Icelanders I–V, ed. and tr. Vi›ar Hreinsson et al. (1997). Many of these translations are reproduced by Penguin under the heading ‘World of the Sagas’, as follows: The Sagas of Icelanders, introduction by R. Kellogg (2000) [Egils saga, Vatnsdœla saga, Laxdœla saga, Hrafnkels saga Freysgo›a, Bandamanna saga, Gísla saga, Gunnlaugs saga, Refs saga, Grœnlendinga saga, Eiríks saga rau›a, flættir] Egil’s Saga, tr.

Agreeing with hestum. beztu adj. ‘best’: weak dat. pl. sup. 2), dat. pl. agreeing with hestum (note that in classical ON the weak dat. pl. 4), but that in later texts this is increasingly replaced by -u by analogy with all other weak pl. adj. 2. ok conj. ‘and’. spyrr wv. ‘asks’: 3rd sg. pres. indic. of spyrja; the subject, Bƒ›varr or hann, is understood. øngvan pron. ‘no one’: acc. m. , the direct object; masculine is used since a human being is denoted and feminine gender has not been specified, masculine being the default gender (cf.

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