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Hávamál 116

Auden-Taylor (1969): Loddfafnir, listen, etc. If you must journey to mountains and firths, Take food and fodder with you. Hollander (1962): Hear thou, etc. On fell or firth if to fare thee list, Furnish...

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Hávamál 114

Auden-Taylor (1969): If she cast a spell, you will care no longer To meet and speak with men, Desire no food, desire no pleasure, In sorrow fall asleep. Hollander (1962): She will cast her...

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Hávamál 74

Auden-Taylor (1969): He welcomes the night who has enough provisions Short are the sails of a ship, Dangerous the dark in autumn, The wind may veer within five days, And many times in a...

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Hávamál 37

Auden-Taylor (1969): A small hut of one’s own is better, A man is his master at home: His heart bleeds in the beggar who must Ask at each meal for meat. Hollander (1962): One’s...

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Hávamál 33

Auden-Taylor (1969):  An early meal a man should take Before he visits friends, Lest, when he gets there, he go hungry, Afraid to ask for food.  Hollander (1962):  An early meal ay a man should...

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Hávamál 20

Auden-Taylor (1969):  A gluttonous man who guzzles away Brings sorrow on himself: At the table of the wise he is taunted often, Mocked for his bloated belly. Hollander (1962):  The greedy guest gainsays his...