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ONP: Dictionary of Old Norse Prose

Word

2gagn, “gǫgn” “gǫgnum” “gegnum” sb. n.

A. (i forb. m. præp./adv.)

  1 [!] [e-m/e-u] opposite, facing
  2 [e-t] [e-m] offer in return
  3 [e-m] opposite, facing
  4 [e-u] towards
  5 [!] admit
  1 [e-n/sik/e-t] (loc.) (loc.) through
  2 [e-t] (temp.) (temp.) through

B. gǫgnum (dat. pl. = præp. + acc.)

  1
  2

Forms: gognum (8); gognom (5); gognvm (5); gꜹgnvm (4); gogn (4); gǫgn (3); gỏgnvm (3); gaugnum (3); gỏgnum (2); gǫgnum (2); gǫgnom (1); gꜵgn (1); goghnum (1); goggn (1);

Gloss.: ClV (gegn) gögn adv., (gegnum) gögnum; Fr gögn, item gögnum adv.; LP gõgn præp.; AH -o-; Fr4 gõgnum adv.; NO præp., item (gegn præp.) gõgn, (gegnum) gõgnum; ÁBlM ²gögn adv.

Genre. (expected): historical works: 16 (7); religious works: 9 (11); learned works: 6 (1); romances: 5 (4); legendary sagas: 3 (2); legal works: 3 (4); contemporary sagas: 1 (3);

Christopher Sanders — Marts 2012