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ONP: Dictionary of Old Norse Prose

Word

draugs·háttr sb. m.

versemål hvor i de lige verslinjer 3. stavelse (indledende et tostavelsesord) er lang og trykstærk (uden at bære rim/allitteration; ‘draugr’?) (egtl: spøgelsesform? kævleform?) ‖ verse-form in which the third syllable of the even lines (introducing a disyllabic word) is long and stressed (but without rhyme/alliteration; ‘draugr’?) (lit.: ghost-form? log-form?)

cf. simplex háttr (528)

Forms: dravgshattr (1);

Gloss.: EJ (draugr); Fr; NO; Bl

Literature: Boer 1927 [ANF 43] 283; Boer 1927 [ANF 43] 284-285; Faulkes 1991 57; Finnur Jónsson 1929 [ANF 45] 257

Genre. (expected): learned works: 1 (0);