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ONP: Dictionary of Old Norse Prose

Word

dag·tíð sb. f. [; -ir]

(cf. dagstíð sb. f.)

1) dagtidebøn, (pl. dagtíðir) dagens tidebønner (om de tidebønner, der læses fra morgen til aften, begyndende ved ‘miðr morginn’, lat. hora prima, cf. Mess²625 35²⁷, HómÍsl³²(1993) 49v¹³⁻¹⁸; de fleste citater kan ikke med sikkerhed placeres i enten def. 1 el. def. 2) ‖ prayer at a canonical hour of the day, (pl.) the day’s prayers at the canonical hours (read from morning to evening, beginning at ‘miðr morginn’; most citations can not be definitely grouped with regard to definitions 1 and 2)
2) (pl.) (om dagsofficiets syv tidebønner, lat. horae diurnae; cf. HómÍsl³²(1993) 49v⁶⁻³²) ‖ (pl.) (of the seven prayers at the canonical hours of the divine office)

cf. simplex tíð (284)

Forms: dagtidir (3); dagthidvm (2); dagtider (1); dagthida (1); dagh thider (1); dagtidum (1); dagtid (1); dagtíþir (1); dag tider (1); dagh tijdum (1); dag tiðum (1);

Gloss.: EJ pl.; ClV; Fr4 pl.; NO pl.; Bl pl.

Literature: Helander/Ottosen/Molland 1974 [KLNM 18] 257-268

Genre. (expected): religious works: 9 (4); contemporary sagas: 2 (1); unclassified: 1 (0); charters: 1 (1); historical works: 1 (2);