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Word

1deyja vb. [deyr; dó, dó(u); dá(i)nn]

(cf. ²deyja vb., deyjandi sb. m.)

Status: excerpted citation slips citation text supplemented structured definitions in Danish definitions in English

A.

1) [af e-u / af e-t(DI X (1540) 537³²) / ór e-u] [frá e-m / ór e-u] [í e-m/e-u] die

 ● deyja (í) dauða lide døden suffer death

 ● deyja í fjall/bjarg/hól ved døden gå ind i fjeldet (til sin slægt, cf. Ström 1958 [KLNM 3], 437) go into a hill/mountain at one’s death (to one’s ancestors)

 ● ‖ præs. part.: deyjandi  1) døende dying

   deyjandi dagr  [e-rs] (ngns) dødsdag the day of (sby’s) death:

   2) ?som medfører døden ?which leads to death

 ● ‖ præt. part.: dáinn  1) afdød person deceased person

 ● ‖ præt. part.: dáinn  2) (om arv) frigjort ved arveladers død (of an inheritance) available as the result of sby’s death

2) (om kropsdel of part of the body)

3) dø hen, miste sin kraft die away, lose its strength

4) forgå, ophøre perish, cease

B. deyja + præp./adv.

af: deyja af

1) [e-m/e-u] [í e-u] dø (og dermed forsvinde) fra (ngn/ngt) die (and thereby disappear) from (sby/sth.)

2) [!] ?falde af på den ?lose one’s abilities

3) [!] dø hen, miste sin kraft die down

niðr: deyja niðr

1) omkomme perish

2) (om sag) falde (of a case) collapse

C. deyja sik

lade sig dø, dø let oneself die, die

Form.: deyia (23); do (15); deyr (14); (12); deyianda (10); deyja (10); dait (5); dœy (5); dꝍyr (5); deyjanda (4); deygia (4); dáit (4); dainn (4); deya (3); deyi (3); dæyia (2); deyrr (2); dỏr (2); Deyja (2); dæi (2); deẏr (2); deyía (2); daenn (2); daen (2); dæyianda (2); døy (1); dœyia (1); daet (1); dóu (1); deygianda (1); deyannda (1); degia (1); dœyr (1); deyjandi (1); dov (1); daat (1); dey (1); dæyiandi (1); dóia (1); dęi (1); deyiandi (1); deyjum (1); dæia (1); devia (1); daínn (1); deia (1); daur (1); dỏy (1); deygja (1); daait (1); deyie (1); deyiandum (1); deyíanda (1); dáinn (1); dœya (1); dꝍy (1); dꝍya (1); Deyia (1); deyum (1); døgja (1); daghin (1); deyíum (1); ðeyr (1); doyr (1); deia (1);

Gloss.: EJ; ClV item dáinn; Fr ¹deyja, item dáinn; Hertzb; HertzbTill; Rím Dáinn sb. m.; LP item dáinn; Med; AH -øy-; AJ; deVr item dáinn; Fr4; NO item dáinn; ÁBlM item ²Dáinn; Bl item ²dáinn

Litt.: Bandle 1956 [BA 17] 70, 129, 140, 383; Finnur Jónsson 1914 [ANF 30] 74; Gering 1916 [ANF 32] 7, 16; Holtsmark 1958 [KLNM 3] 484; Hægstad 1899 47; Hægstad 1915 112; Johannisson 1939 99; Seip 1951 [MM 1951] 32; Seip 1953 [MM 1953] 69-70; Seip 1953 [MM 1953] 71-73; Seip 1953 [MM 1953] 75-77; Seip 1955 262f. 74 326 118 120 144 154; Ström 1958 [KLNM 3] 437; Wadstein 1892 [ANF 8] 87

Genre. (expected): religious works [rel]: 52 (48); legal works [jur]: 38 (17); historical works [his]: 20 (31); romances [rom]: 15 (19); family sagas [isl]: 14 (22); contemporary sagas [bis]: 13 (13); legendary sagas [fas]: 12 (8); charters [dip]: 6 (14); unclassified [ ]: 5 (1); learned works [div]: 5 (6); þættir [tot]: 1 (4);

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