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[33] īsig, not 'shining like ice' (Kemble, Heyne5-Schücking), but 'covered with ice' (see Bu. Tid. 69 f.; Siev. Beitr. xxvii 572, xxxvi 422 ff.; Intr. lxi). Readings like itig (see Varr.) provide very acceptable sense, but involve the introduction of otherwise unrecorded words. ūtfūs, 'ready (i.e. eagei) to set out' (personification), cp. the use of fundian 1137.

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