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ONP: Dictionary of Old Norse Prose

Word

drengi·ligr adj. [compar. -ari/-ri, superl. -astr/-str]

1) [í e-u] som det sømmer sig for en ‘drengr’, ærefuld, brav, loyal, tapper ‖ worthy of a ‘drengr’, dignified, honourable, loyal, brave
2) (i kristen sammenhæng ‖ in a Christian context)
3) mandig (transl. lat. virilis) ‖ manly
4) [í e-u] flot ‖ imposing

cf. simplex -ligr (0)

Forms: drengiligr (7); drengilig (5); drengiligt (3); drengiligra (3); dreíngiliga (2); drengelegr (2); drengilegastr (1); dreinngiligi (1); dreingiligara (1); dreíngílíga (1); drengiligi (1); dreingiligstur (1); dreingiliguzt (1); dreingilig (1); drengilikt (1); drengelegastr (1); drengiliga (1); dreingilígar (1); dreingiligastr (1); dreinge ligum (1); drengiligsta (1); dreingiligri (1); drengiligann (1); drengiligur (1); dreingiliga (1); drengeleg (1); drengiligaztr (1); dreingiligur (1); ðrengilega (1);

Compounds: full- (1), ó- (5)

Gloss.: EJ; ClV item (all-) alldrengiligr, (jafn) jafndrengilegr; Fr; Suppl4; Rím; LP; Fr4; NO; Bl item jafndrengilegr

Literature: Hovstad 1958 [KLNM 3] 307; Kunz 1994 232; Lindquist 1939 27; Sørensen 1993 204

Genre. (expected): family sagas: 12 (5); legendary sagas: 11 (2); religious works: 8 (12); contemporary sagas: 4 (3); romances: 4 (5); historical works: 3 (8); þættir: 2 (1); learned works: 1 (1);