I will recount the heiti for swords:
40. blade and Hrotti, hewer, Dragvandil (draw-wand), Gróa (grower), Gram (wrath), screamer, resounding and end-scored, scythe and polisher, honor, light ray.
41. Rogue, cutter, metal, Skrýmir, Laufi (leaf), ale-glory, halbard and wormstick, leg-biter and bull and Leifnir’s ruin, war-bared, Hneitir (slicer) and sea-raked.
42. Lotti (reducer), gushmaker, stabber, seax, hand weapon, hand grip and Mistletoe, steel, throe-giver and striker and middle-decorated,4 Fetbreid (broad-track), gate-fire and life-quencher.
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43. Wavy, threaded, corpse-pain and brand, man, wolf,5 slaughterer, wind-bright and torture, ash, sorrow-wader, sharp of edges, swooper and hideous darter, hall-fence, grip.
5 – Possibly verr, úlfr should be amended to verrúlfr, “man-wolf.”
44. Inciter, head-sharp, skull-breaker, carrion-Gaut, army-shining and flesh-Mímir, wound-opener, reverser, surf-raiser, burnished, gleam, lacerator, reducer, gate-fire.
45. Mimungr and death and Speech-Witness, treasure, corpse-enclosed, crane, twist-stick, trooper, millstone-biter, beam of light, hardness, witness, ripper, barrier-breaker.
46. Mocker, pale-maker, dismisser, notcher, luckbringer, Skilfingr (trembler), polished, tearer, rupturer, whitey, Bæsingr (bastard), Tyrfingr (tarry), gobbler and hewer, and nightbringer will be found here.
47. Fire and hand-resounding, long-sharp and flame, eagle and terrorizer and Naglfari (riveted), reclaimer, Mörnir (jabber), breeze6 and diminisher, blaze and long-neck, stormy, defiler.
6 – blær also appears as one of the terms for a ram.
48. Feller, pale,
Fáfnir (embracer), piercer,
swallower, cutter and dead man,
Goin (merry), guest-Moin (moor-guest),
mocker, thunderer, Níðhöggr (mean-striker).
49. Point, blood-band and wound-knuckles, blood interlace, bloodcasting and bloody eddy, blood opening, feinter and blood-grip, restless caster and brand, edge-strips, battle.
50. Howler, blade and Ölröð’s gift, mark, battle-edge and missed aim, fringe and shaver, under-dragger, outlaw, Kaldhamar’s gift, hilt and hard shoulder.
51. Sword and clamorer and trusty nail, clinch, victory-knob, boss and tang, grip, hew-father and middle-pierce.
52. Axe, earth-horn and iron-blade, opener and sideways shover, cutter and hatchet, power-span, Gnepja (jutter), ogress and Fála (frightener), spiked and bulging, barbed axe and Vígglöð (battle-bright), chopper and extended, there is the wretch’s horn, this is the called the last word7 of the names of axes.
7 – Efzt can mean either “highest” or “last” – like ultimate. The same in the last line of verse 55. But presumably in verse 22, applied to Loki, it just means “last.”
53. Dart, spear and stinger, leaning-post, lance and javelin, swifty, pike and tirer, halberd, carrion-blade, throwing spear, shaft, borer, missile, Irish halberd, gavelock, fluke, Gungnir, Poitier shaft.
54. Arrow is also shaft, point, white-shot, Fenja and sleet-fall, vane, whistling shot, fletching, bale, bolt, spike and Hremsa (clutch), utility vane and piercer, equipment and shafted weapon.
55. Flying fire, swift-flyer, grass-stalk and lancet, mention will be made of finder and Gusi's smithing, Jólf’s smithings there are, but the last word is whizzer.
56. Elm, arc, bow, yew and double-wood, switch, glaring and noisy, honorable, scooped-clanger. And I speak the names also of all weapons collectively: iron, shaft and striker, steel and spear.
57. Shield, the beset man’s hall, protector, hall-binder, bender, lee-edge8 and buckler, hand-staff, targe, wind-horse and shelter, wide-pale, etched thing, battle-blithe and linden.
8 – hlébarðr; also the word for leopard; see also verses 95, 98.
58. Resounding, dew-scraper and gem-shelterer, battle-light, stony and battle-shelter, cooled and board, defiled, border, little stern, beaky, sheer, double boarded, battler and roarer, everlasting, shining, ring, fair-dark, carried, middle-protector.
I shall tell the terms for Hropt’s hood:
Hildigöltr (battle-boar), casque,
battle-crest and warmer,
60. Byrnie, arriver, helmet-ringer, sark and close, cold one, Finnsleif (Finn's legacy), fare-to-battle, hold-fast, hindrance9 and blood-toy.
9. Sýn is also a goddess’ name.