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ONP: Dictionary of Old Norse Prose

Word

dag·mál sb. n. [; -]

(pl.) “dagtid”, tidspunkt mellem ‘rismál/miðr morginn’ og ‘hádegi/miðr dagr’, midt på formiddagen (da solen står i sydøst) (~ lat. hora tertia) ‖ (pl.) “daytime”, point in time between ‘rismál/miðr morginn’ and ‘hádegi/miðr dagr’, middle of the morning (when the sun is in the south-east)

cf. simplex mál (100)

Forms: dagmalum (10); dagmala (9); dagmal (7); dagmálum (3); dagmalvm (3); dagmꜳl (2); dagmál (2); dagmꜵlom (1); dagmála (1); dagmꜳlum (1); dagmalanna (1); dagmǫ́lom (1); dagmǫ́lum (1); dag-mꜵl (1); dagmälum (1); Kristiani (1); dagmảl (1); dag-molom (1);

Gloss.: EJ; ClV; Suppl1; Suppl2; Fr pl.; Hertzb; AH; Fr4 pl.; NO pl.; Bl pl.

Literature: Beckman 1934 [NK 21] 44; Gathorne-Hardy 1924 [MM 1924] 100; Hastrup 1985 21; Hægstad 1915 103; Jansson 1958 [KLNM 3] 391-394

Genre. (expected): religious works: 25 (12); historical works: 6 (8); family sagas: 6 (6); contemporary sagas: 5 (3); legendary sagas: 3 (2); romances: 2 (5);