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ONP: Dictionary of Old Norse Prose

Word

dómandi sb. m. [-a; dómendr]

(cf. dǿmandi sb. m.)

1) (i ældre no./isl. ret) (læg) domsmand (udpeget på tinget), medlem af dommerpanel (cf. dómr sb. m. def. 9) ‖ (in older Norwegian/Icelandic law) (lay) judge (appointed at a thing), member of a panel court
 ● setja niðr dómanda (sinn) placere/nedsætte (af sig) udpeget dommer (i dommerpanel) ‖ place/seat (one’s) appointed judge (in a panel)
2) [e-rs/e-s / yfir e-u] [um e-t] dommer (ɔ: verdslig/kirkelig embedsmand med domsmyndighed) ‖ judge (ɔ: secular/ecclesiastical official with authority to pass judgement)
3) [e-rs] (om regent, etc. ‖ of a ruler, etc.)
4) [e-rs/e-s] (om Gud/Jesus ‖ of God/Jesus)
5) [yfir e-m/e-u / fyrir e-m/e-u] [undir e-u] (om en af dommerne ɔ: høvdingene der styrede Israel i tiden efter Josva, cf. Dommerbogen i Det gamle testamente ‖ of one of the judges ɔ: the rulers/regents of Israel in the period after Joshua, cf. the Old Testament’s Book of Judges)

Forms: domendr (27); domandi (21); domanda (16); dómendr (9); domandans (4); domandinn (3); domanndi (2); domande (2); Domandi (2); domendum (2); domendur (1); dömanda (1); domondom (1); domendom (1); domandann (1); domandaɴ (1); domandum (1); domaɴde (1); dómande (1); domꜷɴdom (1); dómaɴda (1); domꜹɴdom (1); domenðr (1); Domendr (1); dꝍmendr (1); domendonom (1); domendrnir (1); domaɴda (1); domavndvnvm (1); domaɴdeɴ (1); Domendrnir (1); domenðr (1); domꜹɴdonum (1); domeɴdrnir (1); domandí (1);

Gloss.: EJ; ClV; Fr; Hertzb; LP; AH; Fr4; NO; Bl

Literature: Bandle 1956 [BA 17] 44f, 267-268; Halvorsen/Jakob Benediktsson 1958 [KLNM 3] 156-157; Jakob Benediktsson 1958 [KLNM 3] 157; Maurer 1910 423; von See 1964 44

Genre. (expected): religious works: 65 (30); legal works: 22 (11); family sagas: 16 (14); romances: 3 (12); contemporary sagas: 3 (8); legendary sagas: 2 (5); historical works: 1 (19); learned works: 1 (3);