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ONP: Dictionary of Old Norse Prose

Word

djǫful·ligr, djǫfuligr, djǫfiligr, djǫfligr adj. [-an (diofelgan Andr¹Cod645 129¹⁰); compar. -ri]

(cf. djǫfulsligr adj.)

1) djævelens, Satans, tilskyndet af djævelen ‖ Satan’s, satanic, inspired by the devil
2) djævelsk, dæmonisk, uhyrlig, forbundet med afgudsdyrkelse, forbundet med trolddomskunst ‖ devilish, demonic, monstrous, associated with idolatry, associated with sorcery
 ● djǫfullig íþrótt, djǫfulligr kraftr trolddom, magi ‖ sorcery

cf. simplex -ligr (0)

Forms: diofuligri (2); diofulegrar (2); dioflegra (2); diofoligo (2); diofuligu (2); diofiligum (2); diofulega (1); diofvligha (1); diofollegre (1); diofuliga (1); diofelgan (1); diofolict (1); djöfulligrar (1); diỏfulig (1); diỏfulligra (1); diofullęgre (1); diofulligar (1); diofoligan (1); diø̨fuligri (1); diofuligur (1); djǫfligum (1); diaflegre (1); diofuligvm (1); diofollegs (1); diofullegrar (1); diofulligri (1); diofulegum (1); diofuligan (1); diꜵuollegrar (1); diofulegre (1); divfligra (1); diofulegri (1); djöfulligri (1); diôfuligum (1); diỏfulligri (1); djöfulligu (1); diofullegs (1);

Gloss.: EJ; ClV; Fr item djõfligr, djõfuligr; AH -l-; Fr4 item djõfligr; NO djõfligr, djõfuligr; Bl

Literature: Seip 1955 117

Genre. (expected): religious works: 24 (11); historical works: 8 (7); romances: 7 (4); legendary sagas: 2 (2); legal works: 1 (4); contemporary sagas: 1 (3);