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ONP: Dictionary of Old Norse Prose

Word

danskr adj.

I.

1) dansk ‖ Danish
  1 “den danske tunge” (ɔ: det fælles nordiske sprog) ‖ “the Danish tongue” (ɔ: the common Nordic language)
  2 område hvor der tales nordisk ‖ area where the common Nordic language is spoken

II. (cogn.)

Forms: danska (15); danskri (8); danski (5); danskr (5); dansca (4); danscri (3); danskir (3); danscr (3); danscir (3); dꜹnsk (1); dansker (1); danskt (1); danzkur (1); danskre (1); dỏnsk (1); Danski (1); danske (1); dansk (1); Danskre (1); danscan (1); ðanski (1); daunsku (1); danskrí (1); danskan (1); dannskur (1);

Gloss.: EJ; ClV; Fr; Hertzb; Bin Danski; Rím; LP; Med; AH; NO; ÁBlM (Dani); Bl; WPA n. danskt ceromin

Literature: Jónas Kristjánsson 1994 [Skáldsk 3] 220; Páll Vídalín 1854 125-131; Seip 1955 83, 215; Skautrup 1957 [KLNM 2] 662-664; Vilhjálmur Finsen 1883 576, 682-683

Genre. (expected): historical works: 25 (11); religious works: 9 (17); legal works: 8 (6); legendary sagas: 7 (3); family sagas: 5 (8); romances: 5 (7); þættir: 2 (1); learned works: 2 (2); charters: 2 (5);