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ONP: Dictionary of Old Norse Prose

Word

dymbill sb. m. [acc. dymbil]

?særlig lysestage brugt i kirken i ‘dymbildagar’ (cf. Hörður Ágústsson 1992, 62), ?en slags skralde, klaprende instrument brugt i stedet for klokker i ‘dymbildagar’, ?lyseslukker (cf. Árni Björnsson 1987, 121, 133) ‖ ?type of candlestick used in church during ‘dymbildagar’ (cf. OED, Hearse def. 1), ?type of rattle, clattering instrument used instead of bells during ‘dymbildagar’, ?candle snuffer

Forms: Dymbill (1); dẏmbill (1); dymbil (1); dẏmbíȷ́l (1);

Gloss.: ClV (dymbildagar); AJ; Fr4; ÁBlM; Bl

Literature: Astås pers. 2004 (konsulent 31.4.2004) //; Bringéus 1963 [KLNM 8] 521; Guðbrandur Jónsson 1919-1929 [SSÍ 5:6] 393-394; Noreen 1897 13 f.; Wallem 1910 120; Árni Björnsson 1987 110-141

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