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ONP: Dictionary of Old Norse Prose

Word

ferill sb. m. [dat. ferli]

(cf. -ferli sb. m., -ferli sb. n.)

I.

1) (banet) sti/vej ‖ path, track
2) fodaftryk ‖ trail, trace
3) [um e-t] (om ngns levevis og opførsel) (ngns) fodspor ‖ (of a person’s life and behaviour) path, (sby’s) steps
4)
 ● á ferli på farten ‖ on the move
   ‖  pl. -ferlar rejsende (til Rom) ‖ travellers (to Rome) (propr. comp.):

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Forms: feril (6); ferli (5); ferla (3); felli (2); ferilinn (1); ferlom (1); felle (1); ferlvm (1); ferlar (1); ferillinn (1);

Compounds: bú- (2), dýra- (1), frum- (2), munka- (2), nauta- (1), veg- (3)

Gloss.: EJ; ClV; Fr; Hertzb; LP; AJ; deVr; Fr4; NO; ÁBlM item (för); Bl

Literature: Ropeid 1975 [KLNM 19] 617; Seip 1955 177

Genre. (expected): religious works: 7 (6); family sagas: 7 (3); þættir: 3 (0); romances: 2 (2); historical works: 2 (4); legal works: 1 (2);

Christopher Sanders — Januar 2011