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ONP: Dictionary of Old Norse Prose

Word

búð sb. f. [-ar; -ir]

1) bod, simpel mindre (midlertidig) bygning/telt, (pl. búðir) (nat)kvarter, lejr ‖ booth, simple smaller (temporary) building/tent, (pl.) (night-)quarters, camp
 ● hǫrð/... búð kummerligt/... logi ‖ wretched/... conditions in which to shelter
2) (spec. om tingbod ‖ spec. of a booth at a thing/assembly)
 ● tjalda búð forsyne (ting)bod med overdækning ‖ put an awning over a booth (at a thing/assembly)
3) (transl. lat. tabernaculum)
4) varebod, handelsbod ‖ sales booth, small warehouse
5) (fisker)hytte ved kysten (cf. y. isl. verbúð sb. f.) ‖ (fisherman’s) hut on the coast
6) hytte (uden konventionelt landbrug) ‖ hut (without conventional farming)
7) (om fast ophold) bolig ‖ (of a permanent place of abode) dwelling
 ● fara búðum til [!] flytte ‖ move

Forms: búð (10); buð (9); buðar (8); bvð (7); buðir (7); bud (6); búðinni (4); buðum (4); budir (4); búðir (3); budar (2); buder (2); bvþir (2); buðiɴi (2); budum (2); buda (2); búða (2); bvþar (2); bvdir (2); búd (2); búðer (2); bvþ (1); Allz-heriar-buðar (1); bwder (1); bwdunum (1); bűder (1); buðer (1); búðar (1); bvða (1); búþir (1); bwdina (1); budinni (1); bv́þir (1); bvðna (1); buþar (1); byð (1); bvd (1); búþer (1); bwda (1); buðinne (1); búðum (1); bvdarinnar (1); buðín (1); búþ (1); budinner (1); buþina (1); buþir (1); bvðom (1); buða (1);

Gloss.: EJ; ClV; ClVAdd; ClVErr; Fr; Hertzb ¹˜²búð; Bin -búð; Rím; LP; AH; AJ; deVr; Fr4; NO; ÁBlM; Bl

Literature: Björn Th. Björnsson 1984 40; Björn Þorsteinsson 1959 [KLNM 4] 314; Bogi Th. Melsteð 1916 [²Salmonsen 4] 194b; Finnur Jónsson 1908 [ASB 13] 4 note; Hovda 1957 [KLNM 2] 33-34; Marstrander 1915 121; Maurer 1909 145-146; Nicolaysen 1890 (Kjøbst) 410; Nielsen 1963 [KLNM 8] 648; Olsen 1918 [MM 1918] 67; Sigurður Guðmundsson 1878 35-38; Stigum 1957 [KLNM 2] 331-334; Valtýr Guðmundsson 1889 208; Viðar Pálsson 2008 [Gripla 19] 129-130,; Weinmann 1994 341-346; Ólafur Lárusson 1960 [KLNM 5] 643-644

Genre. (expected): family sagas: 25 (13); legal works: 25 (11); historical works: 22 (19); contemporary sagas: 19 (8); charters: 10 (9); religious works: 6 (30); þættir: 2 (2); romances: 2 (11); legendary sagas: 1 (5);