Onp2 tegn

’ ‘ ‹ › Ÿ « » ‘ ’ “ ” € ◃ ƒ š ¬ ° ª ⸌ ⸍ § Ž § º ¹ ² ³ ® ‡ ˆ ‰ Š ¦ ˜ ¯ Ï Ë ¨ ¸ ß â  ¼ ½ ð Ð ì Ì È Ê î Î ¥ Ñ ñ û Û © × þ Þ ã Ã Ù Ô œ Œ õ Õ ò Ò ù ¿ À ¾ µ ᴅ ž ± ¡ ¢ ´ ¤ ç Ç ß ‖ ÷ „ … — · † • ¶

ONP: Dictionary of Old Norse Prose

Word

djǫfull, djǫfǫll, djafull (spec.: divfl- Nj AM 468 4° 90v¹⁷) sb. m. [djǫfuls, dat. djǫfli; djǫflar/djaflar]

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

1) djævel, uhyre, dæmon devil, ogre, demon

2) (om ond ånd som besætter ngns (item et dyrs) krop of an evil spirit which occupies sby’s (item an animal’s) body)

3) (spec. om hedensk gud, afgud, ånd i afgudsbillede spec. of a heathen god, idol, spirit which resides in an idol)

4) (om djævelen, fanden, Satan of the devil, Satan)

5) (derog.)

Form.: dioflar (14); diofla (8); diofull (4); diofvll (3); dioflum (3); djöflum (3); dioflvm (2); diofoll (2); djöful (2); diofle (2); djǫful (2); dioful (2); diofullinn (2); dioflinum (2); dioflom (2); diaflar (2); diofulsins (2); dioffoll (1); diafull-enn (1); djǫflana (1); diofavll (1); diỏflar (1); diofulliɴ (1); dioflenom (1); djǫflarnir (1); diøfflar (1); diǫfla (1); diofǫleɴ (1); diøfflinumm (1); diofulin (1); diofol (1); diỏfli (1); diofvls (1); divfla (1); Diǫflarnir (1); diofvlleɴ (1); djǫfulinn (1); diǫflenom (1); diỏflum (1); diỏfla (1); diꜵfla (1); djǫfullinn (1); diøfvllinn (1); diǫfli (1); diæflinum (1); diaufullinn (1); diofvlsins (1); dioflarnir (1); dioflinom (1); diofols (1); djǫfla (1); djöfull (1); díoflar (1); djǫflar (1); diovollin (1);

Comp.: -dags-, -degis-, drambanar- (1), drýsil- (1), hǫfuð- (3), mann- (1), mið·dags- (1), mið·degis- (1), ríkis- (2), smá- (1)

Gloss.: EJ; ClV; Fr; Hertzb; Fischer; Bin; Rím; LP; Med -ul; AH; AJ; deVr; Fr4 item djæfull; NO; ÁBlM; Bl

Litt.: Battista 2006 113, 115, 116, 117, 119, 120; Breisch 1994 92; Bø 1958 [KLNM 3] 130; Gunnar F. Guðmundsson 2000 142; Gunnar F. Guðmundsson 2000 49,207,253,268,270,284,288,300; Holtsmark 1958 [KLNM 3] 136-138; Höfler 1931 [ANF 47] 283; Hødnebø 1966 [KLNM 11] 44; Kock 1895 [PBB 20] 121; Roos 1958 [KLNM 3] 125-126; Roos/Heggum/Bø/Holtsmark 1958 [KLNM 3] 125-128, 130-131, 136-138; SDE djævel; Seip 1955 82, 129, 209; Veturliði Óskarsson 2003 [BA 43] 150

Genre. (expected): religious works [rel]: 53 (25); historical works [his]: 10 (16); contemporary sagas [bis]: 7 (7); romances [rom]: 7 (10); legal works [jur]: 6 (9); family sagas [isl]: 5 (11); legendary sagas [fas]: 5 (4); learned works [div]: 1 (3); unclassified [ ]: 1 (0);

...
...
...
...
Contact:
Dictionary of Old Norse Prose
onp@hum.ku.dk