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ONP: Dictionary of Old Norse Prose

Word

fetill sb. m. [dat. fatli/fetli; fetlar]

I.

1) bæresele, skulderrem, (arm)slynge ‖ strap (by which sth. is carried), sling
2) (transl. lat. cophinus) kurv ‖ basket
3) dekoreret skrårem (til at bære sværd el. skjold) ‖ decorated baldric/sash (for carrying a sword or shield)

II. (cogn.)

Forms: fatli (2); fetillinn (2); fetlar (2); fetlarnir (1); fętill (1); fetla (1); fætlum (1); fatlum (1); fetilinn (1); fatla (1); fæztlum (1); fetil (1); feli (1); fetli (1); fetlarner (1); fætli (1); fetlom (1); fætill (1); fetlana (1);

Compounds: buklara- (2), skjaldar- (2), sverð- (3), sverðs- (3)

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

Literature: Björn Bjarnason 1905 44; Falk 1914 142; Hægstad 1899 49; Jirlow 1957 [KLNM 2] 486; Liestøl 1972 [KLNM 17] 518; Uecker 2004 41

Genre. (expected): romances: 7 (2); legal works: 5 (2); family sagas: 3 (3); legendary sagas: 3 (1); learned works: 2 (1); contemporary sagas: 1 (2); þættir: 1 (0);

Christopher Sanders — Januar 2011