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ONP: Dictionary of Old Norse Prose

Word

dynr, dyn (cf. Seip 1955 188) sb. m. [dat. -; -ir]

I.

1) [af e-u] [undir e-t] (item pl. dynir) buldren, bragen, rungen, dundrende/gungrende lyd, larm ‖ rumbling, crashing, resounding (sound), rumbling/reverberation, din, noise
 ●dynr kemr [undir e-t] det dundrer, det gungrer ‖ there is a rumbling/reverberation
2) [undir !] postyr, larmende rygte ‖ commotion, stir
 ●koma dyn fyrir dyrr [e-m] (evt. dýnn sb. m.?) lave stort postyr uden for (ngns) dør, overrumple med et truende antal mennesker ‖ make a great commotion at (sby’s) gate, take by surprise with a menacing crowd

II. (cogn.)

Forms: dyn (20); dynr (10); dẏn (2); dyninn (1); dyni (1); dynin (1); dyner (1); dyinn (1); dynrinn (1);

Gloss.: EJ; ClV; Fr; Bin; Rím; LP; AH; AJ; deVr; Fr4; NO; ÁBlM; Bl

Literature: Seip 1955 188

Genre. (expected): religious works: 10 (10); historical works: 8 (7); contemporary sagas: 6 (3); romances: 4 (4); legendary sagas: 3 (2); learned works: 3 (1); family sagas: 3 (5); þættir: 1 (1);