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ONP: Dictionary of Old Norse Prose

Word

dýna sb. f. [-u; -ur]

underdyne/dyne, madras, hynde ‖ feather bed, mattress, cushion
 ● setja á dýnu/dýnur [e-n] [hjá sér] byde (ngn) tage plads (på hynde(r)), bede (ngn) sætte sig ‖ invite (sby) to take a (cushioned) seat, invite (sby) to sit down
 ●setjask á dýnur [hjá e-m] tage plads (på hynde(r)), sætte sig ‖ take a (cushioned) seat, sit down
(ClV def. 2 ‘boggy ground’ “Dropl. 26, v.l.” => Konráð Gíslason 1847, ; ex. ikke fundet, cf. tilsvarende kontekst Dpl 164-165²)

Forms: dynur (6); dynvr (3); dynum (3); dýnur (3); dynu (2); dyna (2); dynunni (2); dynvna (1); dynunum (1); dýnu (1); dijnur (1); dynuna (1); dýnunum (1); dynunne (1); dynr (1);

Gloss.: EJ; ClV; Fr; Rím; LP ²dýna; AJ; deVr ¹dýna; Fr4; NO; ÁBlM; Bl

Literature: Falk 1919 205; Franzén 1958 [KLNM 3] 395; Kolsrud 1959 [KLNM 4] 396; Valtýr Guðmundsson 1889 221

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