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ONP: Dictionary of Old Norse Prose

Word

fagna vb. [-að-]

A.

[e-u/e-m] [með e-u] [af e-u] [í e-u/e-m]
 ● fagna vel
 ● ‖ præs. part.: fagnandi [e-m/e-u]

með: fagna með

[e-m]

yfir: fagna yfir

[e-n/e-t / e-m]

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Forms: fagnar (61); fagna (56); fagnaði (41); fagnat (14); fǫgnuðu (10); fagnandi (7); fagnadi (6); fagni (6); fagnaþi (5); fagnaðe (5); fagnad (3); fagne (3); fagnaðo (3); fagnað (3); fagnande (3); favgnvðv (2); Fagna (2); fagnaɴde (1); fagnaðom (1); fꜵgnum (1); Fꜵgnom (1); fognoþo (1); Fagnadi (1); Fagnar (1); fögnuðu (1); fagnanndum (1); fꜵgnom (1); fognudu (1); fagnede (1); fa▹ug◃nudu (1); fangar (1); fagnaðu (1); fagnnar (1); fagnadi (1); fagníd (1); faghnande (1); fǫgnoþo (1); fagnaðí (1); fagnaða (1); fagní (1); Fǫgnom (1); fỏgnvðo (1); fagnnat (1); fagnna (1); fagnaþe (1);

Compounds: ó- (2), sam- (11)

Gloss.: EJ; ClV; Suppl2 fagnanda; Fr; Rím; LP; AH; AJ; deVr; Fr4; NO; ÁBlM; Bl

Literature: Annerholm 1956 177; Salvesen 1968 38; Seip 1955 253

Genre. (expected): religious works: 88 (68); family sagas: 62 (31); historical works: 42 (44); legendary sagas: 26 (11); romances: 22 (26); þættir: 8 (6); learned works: 6 (8); contemporary sagas: 4 (19);

Þorbjörg Helgadóttir — August 2010