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ONP: Dictionary of Old Norse Prose

Word

1djákn (spec.: diækn DN III (1365), 271.09) sb. m. [-s, dat. -i/-; -ar]

(cf. dekan sb. m., deken sb. m., dekn sb. m., djákn sb. n., djákni sb. m.)

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

1) (om gejstlig embedsmand af høj rang, biskops/paves nærmeste medhjælper) diakon (of a church dignitary, personal assistant to bishop/pope) deacon

2) (om gejstlig af tredjehøjeste grad inden for ordines majores) diakon, hjælpepræst, degn (of a cleric of the third highest rank in the category ordines majores) deacon, priest’s assistant

3) ?dekan (cf. dekan sb. m.) ?dean

4) (om én af de syv fattigforstandere, udvalgt af disciplene, cf. Vulg Act, 6,1-6 of one of the seven overseers of the poor, chosen by the disciples)

5) (om levit, jødisk præst/tempeltjener of a Levite, Jewish priest or temple servant)

6) (om gejstlig titulerende sig selv) tjener (of an ecclesiastic titling himself) servant

Form.: diakn (38); diaknar (11); diacn (9); djákn (5); diakninn (5); diacns (3); diakna (3); diacnar (3); diakni (2); deaknum (1); diækn (1); dyæknins (1); diaknenn (1); Diekn (1); diꜳkn (1); dyakn (1); (1); diacna (1); diaknn (1); diackn (1); diacnn (1); djákns (1); diakns (1); diakninvm (1); Djákninn (1); diacninn (1); diacnvm (1); diácn (1); diaknum (1); diꜵcnom (1); Diakninn (1); díakna (1); djákna (1); Diakn (1); diákn (1); díaknínn (1);

Comp.: arki- (1), erki- (39), kirkju- (4), langa- (1), les- (3), messu- (23), slembi- (11), smá- (1), sub- (28)

Gloss.: EJ; ClV; Fr; Hertzb; Fischer; Bin item -diákn; LP; AH; AJ; deVr; Fr4 item djekn; NO; ÁBlM; Bl; LMNL

Litt.: Andrén 1967 [KLNM 12] 662-663; Gunnar F. Guðmundsson 2000 177-180, 310-311, 316; Gunnar F. Guðmundsson 2000 43, 210, 235, 313; Hægstad 1915 20; Hødnebø 1966 [KLNM 11] 44; Ottosen 1996 [SDE 5] 111a-111b; Pirinen 1958 [KLNM 3] 51-52; Seip 1955 210

Genre. (expected): religious works [rel]: 50 (28); contemporary sagas [bis]: 25 (8); charters [dip]: 12 (8); legal works [jur]: 12 (10); historical works [his]: 4 (18); unclassified [ ]: 2 (0); learned works [div]: 1 (3);

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