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ONP: Dictionary of Old Norse Prose

Word

djúp sb. n. [-s; dat. -um]

1) dybt vand, det dybe, dyb, dyb rende ‖ deep water, the depths, the deep, deep channel
 ● mitt djúp
2) kløft, dyb afgrund, (helvedes) dyb ‖ chasm, abyss, pit (of hell)
3) (fig.) dyb (af fordærv, visdom, etc.) ‖ (fig.) depths (of depravity, wisdom, etc.)
4) (vands) dybde ‖ depth (of water)

Forms: diup (11); diupi (9); diupit (4); djúpi (3); díup (3); djúp (3); diups (2); dívp (2); diupid (1); divp (1); diúpi (1); djúpit (1); dvp (1); divpeþ (1); diupe (1); divpit (1); div́p (1); diupa (1); diupum (1); diupp (1);

Gloss.: EJ; ClV; Fr; Hertzb; Rím; LP; AH; AJ; Fr4; NO; ÁBlM (djúpur); Bl

Literature: Bandle 1977 [Rit 12] 50; Salvesen 1968 50

Genre. (expected): religious works: 18 (13); historical works: 11 (8); contemporary sagas: 6 (4); legal works: 5 (5); legendary sagas: 3 (2); learned works: 2 (1); family sagas: 2 (6); romances: 1 (5); charters: 1 (4);