Skald

The term skald (or skáld) meaning ‘poet’, is generally used for poets who composed at the courts of Scandinavian and Icelandic leaders during the Viking Age and Middle Ages. Skaldic poetry forms one of two main groupings of Old Norse poetry, the other being the anonymous Eddic poetry. The most prevalent metre of skaldic poetry is dróttkvætt...
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skald

(from the article `skaldic poetry`) Skalds were identified by name; their poems were descriptive and subjective; their metres were strictly syllabic instead of free and variable; and ...
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Skald

• (n.) See 5th Scald.
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Skald

Skald noun See 5th Scald .
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Skald

A Scandinavian bard or minstrel.
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skald

ancient Scandinavian bard
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Skald

The Old Norse or Scandinavian equivalent of a bard or court singer. Most of the surviving skaldic po
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