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ONP: Dictionary of Old Norse Prose

Word

eftir·látr adj. [compar. -ari]

1) [e-m/sér/e-u / við e-n] [í e-u / um e-t] eftergivende, svag (over for sig selv), føjelig ‖ indulgent, (self-)indulgent, yielding, compliant
2) [e-m / við e-n] [í e-u / um e-t] hengiven, ærbødig, tro, underdanig, lydig ‖ devoted, respectful, loyal, faithful, submissive, obedient
 ● eftirlátr ok/... hlýðinn [e-m] [í e-u]
3) som man samtykker i (cf. Lefèvre 1954, 140) ‖ to which one consents

cf. simplex -látr (0)

Forms: eptirlátr (4); eptirlátir (3); eftirlater (3); eptirlatr (3); eptirlatan (2); eptirlatir (2); eptirlát (2); æftirlata (2); eptirlaatir (2); æftirlatir (1); eptirlater (1); eftirlát (1); eptirlaatr (1); epterlater (1); epterlatare (1); eftirláter (1); epterlatr (1); eftirlaatr (1); æiptir later (1); eptir látr (1); epterlatt (1); efterlater (1); eftir latir (1); eftirlátan (1); eftir lat (1); æftirlater (1); eptirlátari (1); eptirlátan (1); eptirlꜳtir (1); efterlatur (1); epterlꜳtr (1); eptir latr (1);

Gloss.: EJ -pt-; ClV -pt-; Fr -pt-; Hertzb -pt-; NO -pt-; Bl

Literature: Sverdrup 1911 [ANF 27] 26

Genre. (expected): religious works: 16 (12); romances: 8 (5); charters: 6 (4); legal works: 6 (4); historical works: 4 (8); legendary sagas: 3 (2); family sagas: 2 (6); unclassified: 1 (0);