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ONP: Dictionary of Old Norse Prose

Word

feðgi, “feg-”, “fegd-”, “fegð-”, “fegðg-” sb. m. [; -ar]

1) (pl. feðgar) far og søn/sønner
2) (for faðir sb. m.; dat. pl. feðgum for feðrum)

Forms: feðgar (18); feðga (3); fedgum (3); fedga (2); feðgvm (2); fegðar (1); fæðganna (1); fedgar (1); fegar (1); feðgvm (1); Feðgar (1); fædgom (1); Fegdar (1); fedganna (1); fegdar (1); fegðgar (1); fedgarnir (1); feðgar (1); fædggar (1); fegdanna (1);

Compounds: lang- (33)

Gloss.: EJ pl.; ClV pl.; Fr pl.; Hertzb pl.; LP pl.; AJ pl.; deVr pl.; Fr4 pl. ; NO pl.; ÁBlM pl.; Bl pl.

Literature: Breisch 1994 104; Bugge 1868-1869 46; Seip 1955 167; Western 1929 [MM 1929] 47

Genre. (expected): family sagas: 22 (5); historical works: 6 (7); legal works: 5 (4); romances: 3 (4); religious works: 3 (11); contemporary sagas: 2 (3); charters: 1 (3); learned works: 1 (1);

Helle Degnbol — Oktober 2010