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ONP: Dictionary of Old Norse Prose

Word

dauf·heyra, ·eyra vb. [-rð-]

(cf. deyfheyra vb.)

A.

 ● ‖ præt. part.: daufheyrðr [við e-t / um e-t] døv (over for ngt), som vender det døve øre (til ngt) ‖ deaf (to sth.)

B. daufheyrask

[við e-m/e-u / við e-t / móti e-u] [af ■] vende det døve øre (til ngn/ngt), ignorere ‖ turn a deaf ear (to sby/sth.), ignore

cf. simplex heyra (470)

Forms: daufheyrizst (1); Daufheyrdizt (1); daufeẏriz (1); daufheyraz (1); daufheyrðusk (1); daufheyrdiz (1); dauf-heyrdizt (1); daufheyrðist (1); daufeyraz (1); dauf heyrazst (1); davfheyrðvz (1); daufheẏríz (1); dꜹ́fheyriz (1); daufhœyrizst (1); daufheyrdr (1); davfheyrðir (1); davfheyrðr (1);

Gloss.: EJ -sk, -heyrðr; ClV -sk, -heyrðr; ClVSuppl -sk; Fr -st, -heyrðr; FrErr3; Fr4 -st; NO -st, -heyrðr; BL -st, -heyrður

Literature: Lindroth 1909 [ANF 25] 99

Genre. (expected): historical works: 8 (3); religious works: 6 (4); legendary sagas: 1 (1); þættir: 1 (0); charters: 1 (1);