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ONP: Dictionary of Old Norse Prose

Word

ek, jak (ÓTOdd 111²⁵, var. Alex 137¹⁹: AM 655 XXIX 4° “C”, DN I ([c1370?]) 312², cf. Seip FEST 1954 220-224), -k (suff., cf. Finnur Jónsson 1926 [ANF 42] 199-203) pron. pers. [mín, dat. mér, acc. mik]

A.

jeg ‖ I
 ● -k
 ● ek ... -k
 ● ek ... ok/eða/né/en -k
 ● ek ... er -k
 ● ek -k
 ● -k ek
 ● ek -ka
 ● -ka/-kat (ɔ: -k + neg. suff. -a/-at) ek

B. mín (gen.)

C. mér (dat.)

D. mik, -mk (acc.)

 ● -mk

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Forms: ek (185); ec (148); mer (94); c (70); g (62); mik (32); k (22); mic (17); eg (15); Ek (14); Ec (9); mek (8); mér (8); mec (5); mín (4); mig (4); min (4); jak (3); Eg (3); mc (3); jek (3); Jeg (2); mier (2); jach (2); meir (2); iæc (2); éc (1); iak (1); Mæk (1); mær (1); cc (1); Jieg (1); jæk (1); migh (1); me (1); iach (1); Ecc (1); Iak (1); Mik (1); jægh (1); iek (1); meíʀ (1); eig (1); eek (1); æc (1); jeg (1); gg (1); ég (1); (1); æk (1); jk (1); e (1);

Gloss.: EJ; ClV; Suppl2 eg; Finsen; Fr item eg; Hertzb item ¹mér, mik, mín; Suppl4 mek, mín; Rím eg; LP; Med eg; AH; AJ item mér, mik; deVr item ¹mér, mik, mín; Fr4 item jak, jek, -k, -ka; NO item ¹mér, mik, mín; ÁBlM (eg), ¹mér, (mig) mik, mín; Bl ¹jeg

Literature: Bandle 1956 [BA 17] 4, 50, 146, 345, 381f, 384; Bandle 1956 [BA 17] 50-51; Einar Ól. Sveinsson 1962 [KLNM 7] 505; Finnur Jónsson 1921 (KultSprog) 266-269; Finnur Jónsson 1926 [ANF 42] 199-203; Finnur Jónsson 1932-1933 [APS 7] 69; Grøtvedt 1939 147; Grøtvedt 1954 [ANF 69] 84, 85; Grøtvedt 1954 [MM 1954] 60, 64; Hesselman 1912 44, 68 n.; Hægstad 1899 79; Hægstad 1902 25-26; Hægstad 1915 29, 34; Hægstad 1915 42; Hægstad 1915 58; Hægstad 1915 82, 83; Hægstad 1916 187; Hægstad 1916 189; Hægstad 1916 56, 95; Jón Helgason 1927 [ANF 43] 94; Kjeldsen 2016 [Opusc 14] 326-328; Lindblad 1952 181; Neckel 1927 [ANF 43] 368-369; Noreen 1923 309; Seip 1938 240 f.; Seip 1944 [ANF 58] 149; Seip 1955 26f. 47 55 59 67 72 83 84f.; Seip 1955 316-317; Seip 1955 37 45 75 150 164 166 194 266; Seip 1955 59, 316f.; Seip FEST 1954 220-227; Western 1939 [MM 1939] 20

Genre. (expected): family sagas: 225 (90); historical works: 133 (129); religious works: 122 (197); learned works: 114 (23); legal works: 46 (71); romances: 33 (77); þættir: 23 (16); unclassified: 16 (3); contemporary sagas: 15 (54); charters: 15 (57); legendary sagas: 7 (32);