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ONP: Dictionary of Old Norse Prose

Word

eftri, aftari, aftra adj. compar. [superl. aftastr]

(formmæssigt ambig. exx. i superl. redig. under efri adj. compar.)

A.

1) agter-, bagerste ‖ aft, after (naut.), hind, back
   ‖ aftastr  [e-rra/e-ra] bagerst, sidst ‖ hindmost, furthest behind (superl.):
2) (om følge i tid) anden, seneste/sidste (af to) ‖ (of sequence in time) second (of to), following, later

B. eftra (n. sg. = adv.)

1) [í e-u] bagerst, i slutningen (af ngt) ‖ furthest back, at the end (of sth.)
2) ?(sammenbl. m. oftarri adv. compar.) (en) anden (gang), senere, oftere ‖ ?(compounded with oftarri adv. compar.) (a) second (time), later, more often

Forms: eptra (10); eptrum (5); eptri (5); eftri (3); æptare (2); eptre (2); eftre (2); eftra (1); ęftre (1); eptrom (1); aptara (1); eptrvm (1); aptaztr (1); aptra (1); æftra (1); aptast (1);

Gloss.: EJ (aptari) -pt-; ClV -pt-; Fr -pt-; Hertzb -pt-; Rím -pt-; AH -pt-; deVr -pt-; NO -pt-; ÁBlM; Bl

Literature: Bandle 1956 [BA 17] 328; Kock 1917 [ANF 33] 255; Lundeby 1947 [ANF 62] 40

Genre. (expected): religious works: 12 (10); legal works: 9 (4); romances: 8 (4); historical works: 5 (7); legendary sagas: 2 (2); family sagas: 1 (5); learned works: 1 (1);