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ONP: Dictionary of Old Norse Prose

Word

ei·lífr adj.

(cf. einlífr adj.)

evig, evindelig, permanent ‖ eternal, everlasting, perpetual, permanent
 ● at eilífu til evig tid, for evigt ‖ for ever

cf. simplex lífr (8)

Forms: eilifu (9); eilifa (8); eilifan (7); eilift (5); eylift (5); eilifum (5); eilifo (4); eylifa (4); eilifs (4); eilif (3); eilífu (3); Eilif (3); eylifu (3); eilifv (3); eilífar (2); eilifvan (2); eẏlifrar (2); æilifrar (2); eẏlifr (2); eilífom (2); eilifra (2); eylifan (2); æilifv (2); eylifri (2); eilífan (2); ei-lífa (1); æilíft (1); eilifri (1); eilifvar (1); jlifua (1); æilifri (1); eilífo (1); eilifom (1); eilíf (1); æilifs (1); æylifu (1); Eilifi (1); æylifv (1); æilift (1); eilifann (1); eilivo (1); eẏlífua (1); eilyfs (1); eilífa (1); eilífre (1); æilfua (1); eylifum (1); eilivu (1); eylifv (1); Eẏlif (1); eilífr (1); eilijf (1); eylifs (1); jlífu (1); jlíȷ́fu (1); æi-lift (1); æylifo (1); elífa (1); eilífv (1); Eilifr (1); elífan (1); ei▹l◃ifr (1); ę́ilifar (1);

Gloss.: EJ; ClV; Suppl2 _ ; Fr; Hertzb; LP; AH; deVr (Eileifr); Fr4 item elífr; NO item elífr; ÁBlM item: (-lífur); Bl item jafneilífur

Literature: Gjøstein 1934 [ANF 50] 115; Gunnar F. Guðmundsson 2000 7,138,205,261,279,286,293,319; Hallberg 1978 [ANF 93] 126; Maurer 1907Ï 311; Maurer 1907ÏÏ 49; Maurer 1908 (Kirch) 79, 81, 202, 321, 367, 401; Maurer 1908 (Verw) 522; Salvesen 1968 63; Seip 1955 66, 261

Genre. (expected): religious works: 81 (33); historical works: 12 (22); romances: 7 (13); legal works: 6 (12); learned works: 4 (4); family sagas: 4 (15); þættir: 4 (3); charters: 3 (10); contemporary sagas: 3 (9); unclassified: 2 (0);