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ONP: Dictionary of Old Norse Prose

Word

-inn art. suff. (suffix)

Forms: it (28); inn (22); in (15); na (15); et (13); en (12); (6); enn (6); nir (5); (3); enom (3); t (3); nar (3); hinn (3); ina (3); n (3); inni (2); hins (2); no (2); d (2); (2); ann (2); ít (2); (2); num (2); (1); (1); irnar (1); it (1); enne (1); eno (1); unni (1); eɴar (1); ɴi (1); ns (1); ens (1); invm (1); i (1); nom (1); ins (1); inne (1); yne (1); nvm (1); ena (1); (1); an (1); ana (1); nu (1); inu (1); nni (1);

Gloss.: NO (hinn)

Literature: Bandle 1956 [BA 17] 57-59, 68, 104-106, 110...; Gjøstein 1934 [ANF 50] 91-92, 93, 113-114; Grøtvedt 1939 111, 114; Grøtvedt 1954 [MM 1954] 59; Housken 1954 [ANF 69] 29; Hægstad 1899 71; Hægstad 1902 24; Hægstad 1915 58, 67-68, 80; Hægstad 1916 111-112, 156, 161; Nygaard 1917 8-9, 10, 16; Seip 1952 [APS 21] 30

Genre. (expected): historical works: 58 (32); religious works: 58 (49); legal works: 17 (17); charters: 13 (14); romances: 11 (19); family sagas: 8 (22); contemporary sagas: 6 (13); legendary sagas: 5 (8); unclassified: 5 (1); þættir: 4 (4); learned works: 1 (6);