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ONP: Dictionary of Old Norse Prose

Word

2hinn art. defin.

(cf. inn art. defin.)

Forms: hinn (102); hit (36); hin (32); hinu (21); hiɴ (18); hinum (11); hinir (11); hins (10); hina (9); hinar (5); hínn (5); hiner (5); hid (4); hínu (4); hinnar (4); hinni (4); hinv (3); hitt (3); hinvm (3); hinna (2); hín (2); hið (2); Hinn (2); híní (2); hinnu (2); Hit (2); hítt (2); Hiɴ (2); híno (2); hít (1); hinꜱ (1); hiɴi (1); hínní (1); Hena (1); hinom (1); hínir (1); Hinir (1); hína (1); Hin (1); hynn (1); innar (1); hino (1); hinne (1); hiní (1); híns (1);

Gloss.: EJ; ClV ¹hinn; Fr adj./pron.; Hertzb pron./art.; Suppl4 item hynn; Med pron./art.; AH pron./art.; Fr4 art./pron.; NO pron./art.; ÁBlM ²hinn; Bl ¹hinn

Literature: Bandle 1956 [BA 17] 102, 110, 168, 284, 354-359; Hægstad 1899 20-21; Hægstad 1915 29-30, 56-57; Hægstad 1916 56-57, 156; Kålund 1883 [STUAGNL 11] xxxiii; Kålund 1908 [STUAGNL 37] xv-xvi; Lundeby 1947 [ANF 62] 87; Nygaard 1917 10; Poulsen 1968 [MSc 1] 222; Seip 1955 41, 54, 197; Stroh-Wollin 2016 [ANF 131] 145-149; Veturliði Óskarsson 2003 [BA 43] 94

Genre. (expected): religious works: 129 (89); romances: 69 (34); historical works: 33 (58); family sagas: 29 (40); learned works: 28 (10); legendary sagas: 12 (14); legal works: 12 (32); contemporary sagas: 10 (24); charters: 4 (26);