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ONP: Dictionary of Old Norse Prose

Word

bóndi, bǿndi sb. m. [-a; bǿndr/bǿndir(HkrEirsp 58⁴)/bondr(Nj AM 468 4° 78r⁴), gen. & dat. bónd-/bǿnd-]

(cf. búandi sb. m.)

I.

1) bonde, bofast mand (incl. lejlænding ‘leiglendingr’) der lever af landbrug, mand af almuen ‖ farmer, man of fixed abode (incl. a tenant-farmer ‘leiglendingr’) who lives by agriculture, member of the untitled classes
 ● fullr bóndi bonde med mindst én voksen medhjælp ‖ farmer who employs at least one farm hand
2) (om mand af en vis social status med dertil hørende juridiske rettigheder og forpligtelser; hovedsagelig i Norge; oftest af lavere rang end ‘hǫlðr’, cf. Bjørkvik 1957 [KLNM 2], 90 ‖ of a man with a certain social status and associated legal rights and obligations; principally in Norway; usually of a lower rank than that of ‘hǫlðr’)
3) (som titel på mand af høj social rang ‖ as a title of a high-ranking man)
4) husbond, husstands juridiske overhoved (cf. Magnús M. Lárusson 1962 [KLNM 7], 103-104, Dennis, Foote & Perkins 1980, 247) ‖ householder, legal head of a household
5) ægtemand ‖ husband
 ● til bónda som ægtemand ‖ as husband

II. (cogn.)

Forms: bonda (108); bꝍndr (88); bonde (55); bóndi (27); bondi (23); bændr (15); bónda (13); bœndr (13); bondum (10); bondom (9); bỏndr (6); bænda (6); bonnde (6); bonnda (5); bꝍnðr (5); Bóndi (5); bonði (5); bꝍndær (4); bęndr (4); bendr (3); bónde (3); bóndum (3); Bꝍndr (3); bonndi (3); bonða (3); bøndr (3); Bondinn (3); bondí (2); bænðr (2); bondinn (2); bẻndr (2); bø̨nda (2); Bonde (2); bęndom (2); bondvm (2); bændom (2); Bỏndr (1); biændr (1); bendi (1); bỏnda (1); bondæ ... bokar æið (1); Bondi (1); bondenn (1); bęnde (1); bóndinn (1); bændum (1); bondonum (1); bonder (1); bondan (1); bændur (1); bęnda (1); bǫndr (1); boɴɴda (1); bondr (1); bęndum (1); bondanom (1); Bondans (1); bonndans (1); bændi (1); bęnndr (1); bœnndr (1); bondonom (1); bondans (1); boanda (1); bœndarner (1); bændir (1); bỏɴda (1); bø̨ndr (1); bonndin (1); bændanna (1); bøndum (1); bonndum (1); bœnda (1); bonðom (1); bænndum (1); bø̨ndom (1); bondane (1); Bænðr (1); bondanum (1); bænde (1); bꝍnder (1); bonnði (1); bỏnder (1); bonðe (1); b. (1); bvndi (1); bondanna (1); bꝍndar (1); Bœndr (1); bonðæ (1);

Gloss.: EJ; ClV; Fr; Hertzb; HertzbTill; Bin item -bóndi; LP Bóndi; Med -o-; AH _; AJ; deVr; Fr4; NO; ÁBlM; Bl

Literature: Björn Bjarnason 1905 113; Bjørkvik 1957 [KLNM 2] 89-95; Brégaint 2010 67; Bø 1956 [KLNM 1] 106; Bøe 1961 [KLNM 6] 252; Cattaneo 2010 [SS 82] 22; Düwel 1987 320; Eiríkur Magnússon 1888 [ANOH 1888] 342; Finnur Jónsson 1914 [ANF 30] 71; Gering 1916 [ANF 32] 15; Hægstad 1902 21; Irlenbusch-Reynard 2005 84, 91; Kålund 1884-1891 [STUAGNL 13] 144; Magnús M. Lárusson 1957 [KLNM 2] 95-97; Magnús M. Lárusson 1961 [KLNM 6] 511; Magnús M. Lárusson 1962 [KLNM 7] 103-104; Marstrander 1915 125; Mundal 2001 110; Olsen 1932 [MM 1932] 139 note¹; Samson 1992 168-169, 172-173, 176 ff.; Sanmark 2006 51-54; Seip 1952 [APS 21] 23-26, 32; Seip 1957 [KLNM 2] 534; Steenstrup 1882 97-98; Sørensen 1993 216; Taranger 1913 162-163; von See 1964 193-195

Genre. (expected): legal works: 282 (47); historical works: 74 (87); charters: 37 (38); religious works: 32 (133); family sagas: 28 (60); contemporary sagas: 24 (37); romances: 14 (52); unclassified: 4 (2); legendary sagas: 3 (21); þættir: 3 (11); learned works: 2 (15);