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ONP: Dictionary of Old Norse Prose

Word

draumr, dreymr sb. m. [-s, dat. -i/-; -ar]

I. A

[um e-t] drøm, drømmesyn, syn ‖ dream, vision
 ● berr í draum [e-n/e-t] [e-m] [um e-t] (ngn/ngt) viser sig i drømme (for ngn), (ngn) drømmer (ngt) ‖ (sby/sth.) appears in a dream (to sby), (sby) dreams (sth.)
 ● dreymir draum [e-n] (ngn) drømmer en drøm ‖ (sby) dreams a dream
 ● draumar ganga [e-m] [■] (ngn) drømmer (ngt) ‖ (sby) dreams (sth.)
 ● njóta draums síns drømme sin drøm til ende, udnytte sin drøm fuldt ud ‖ dream a dream to its conclusion, take full advantage of a dream
 ● ráða draum tyde drøm, udlægge drøm ‖ interpret a dream
 ● vakna (eigi) við góðan draum, vakna við illan/vándan draum (vågne ved en god/ond drøm ɔ:) få en blid/barsk opvågnen (cf. Larsen 1917 [ANOH 1917], 53 note 1) ‖ (wake up from a good/bad dream ɔ:) have a gentle/rude awakening

I. B. draums (gen. sg.)

[e-m] i drømme, som i drømme, som i et syn ‖ in a dream, as in a dream, as in a vision

II. (cogn.)

Forms: draum (51); draumr (14); draumar (12); drauma (11); draums (10); dravm (6); drꜹm (6); drꜹma (6); drauminn (5); draumum (5); drauminum (5); dravmr (4); drꜹmr (4); draumi (3); draumarnir (3); dravma (3); drꜹmana (2); dravmi (2); draumana (2); draumiɴ (2); Draum (2); Drauma (2); dravmar (2); drꜹ́me (2); draumrinn (2); draumʀ (2); drꜹmom (2); Draumr (1); dr▹ꜹma◃na (1); drꜵumi (1); draumenn (1); dr◃ꜹma (1); dravminn (1); draumumm (1); draumr (1); draumur (1); drꜹms (1); dravmvm (1); dravmrinn (1); druma (1); draume (1); draumínn (1); drøme (1); dreyma (1); dreymiɴ (1); draúmana (1); ðrom (1); drỏmi (1); drꜹmi (1); drominum (1); drome (1); drꜵumr (1); drꜹminom (1);

Gloss.: EJ; ClV; Fr; Suppl4 dròmr, drõumr; Bin Drauma-; Rím; LP; Med; AH; AJ; deVr; Fr4 item drœmr; NO; ÁBlM; BL

Literature: Bandle 1956 [BA 17] 184, 188; Finnur Jónsson 1914 [ANF 30] 75; Gering 1916 [ANF 32] 16; Jessen 1912-1913 51; Larsen 1917 [ANOH 1917] 53; Liberman 2005 [JEGP 104] 534; Lid 1958 [KLNM 3] 299-301; Seip 1949 [ANF 64] 166; Seip 1955 141, 259

Genre. (expected): family sagas: 60 (23); historical works: 57 (34); religious works: 31 (52); contemporary sagas: 26 (14); romances: 11 (20); legendary sagas: 5 (8); þættir: 3 (4); learned works: 3 (6);