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Hávamál 124

Auden-Taylor (1969): Affection is mutual when men can open All their heart to each other: He whose words are always fair Is untrue and not to be trusted. Hollander (1962): Then love is mingled...

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Hávamál 110

Auden-Taylor (1969): Odhinn, they said, swore an oath on his ring: Who from now on will trust him? By fraud at the feast he befuddled Suttung And brought grief to Gunnlod. Hollander (1962): An...

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Hávamál 89

Auden-Taylor (1969): Trust not an acre early sown, Nor praise a son too soon: Weather rules the acre, wit the son, Both are exposed to peril. Hollander (1962): Early-sown acres let none ever trust,...

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Hávamál 88

Auden-Taylor (1969): A brother’s killer encountered upon The highway, a house half-burned, A racing stallion who has wrenched a leg, Are never safe: let no man trust them. Hollander (1962): Thy brother’s banesman, though...

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Hávamál 65

Auden-Taylor (1969): Often words uttered to another Have reaped an ill harvest. Hollander (1962): (Watchful and wary everyone should be, Nor put too much trust in a friend;) The words by one unwarily spoken,...

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Hávamál 46

Auden-Taylor (1969): Even with one you ill-trust And doubt what he means to do, False words with fair smiles May get you the gift you desire. Hollander (1962): And eke his heed: if ill...