IV.

76. Biugvor and Listvor sit at Herdir's doors, on resounding seat; iron gore falls from their nostrils, which kindles hate among men.

77. Odin's wife rows in earth's ship, eager after pleasures; her sails are reefed late, which on the ropes of desire are hung.

78. Son! I thy father and Solkatla's sons have alone obtained for thee that horn of hart, which from the grave-mound bore the wise Vigdvalin.

79. Here are runes which have engraven Niord's daughters nine, Radvor the eldest, and the youngest Kreppvor, and their seven sisters.

80. How much violence have they perpetrated Svaf and Svaflogi! bloodshed they have excited, and wounds have sucked, after an evil custom.

 



IV.

76. Hringvör ok Listvör sitja í Herđis dyrum organs stóli á; járn dreyri fellr ór nösum ţeim, sá vekr fjón međ fyrđum.

77. Óđins kván rćr á jarđar skipi, móđug á munađ; seglum hennar verđr síđ hlađit, ţeim er á ţráreipum ţruma.

78. Arfi, fađir einn ţér ráđit hefi ok ţeir Sólkötlu synir hjartar horn, ţat er ór haugi bar inn vitri Vígdvalinn.

79. Hér eru rúnar, sem ristit hafa Njarđar dćtr níu: Böđveig hin elzta ok Kreppvör hin yngsta ok ţeira systr sjau.

80. Bölvi hverju ţeir bellt hafa Sváfr ok Sváfrlogi; blóđ ţeir vökđu ok benjar sugu illum ey vana.


 


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