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ONP: Dictionary of Old Norse Prose

Word

frú sb. f. [frú/-r/-ar; -r]

Status: excerpted citation slips citation text supplemented structured definitions in Danish definitions in English

I.

1) fornem kvinde, kvinde (gift el. ugift) af høj social status lady, woman of some social standing (married or unmarried)

2) (om indflydelsesrig kvinde, dronning of a woman of influence, queen)

3) husfrue, kvindeligt overhoved (af husholdning, hof, etc.; cf. húsfreyja sb. f.) mistress, female head (of a household, court, etc.)

4) hustru wife

5*) ?elskerinde ?lover

6) (som del af titel på kvindelig dyrker af Kristus ‘abbadís’, etc. (as part of a title of a female worshipper of Christ, ‘abbadís’, etc.)

7) (som titel foran propr.) “fru” (as titular introduction to a proper name) “Lady”, “Madam”

8) (i høflig tiltale) “frue” (in polite address) “Madam”

9) (om jomfru Maria of the Blessed Virgin Mary)

II. (y. no)

Form.: fru (78); frv (41); frú (30); frúr (6); frur (5); fruinnar (5); frun (5); frvinnar (4); Fru (3); frw (3); frou (2); frov (2); frurinar (2); Frú (2); frurnar (2); fruna (2); fruina (2); frvennar (2); Fruin (1); ffrv (1); frúna (1); frunar (1); fruína (1); frunnar (1); fruni (1); fruarinnar (1); Frv́ (1); frű (1); fruen (1); fru̇innar (1); frúen (1); frúinnar (1); fruinn (1);

Comp.: eigin·hús- (9), guðs·jung- (1), hús- (122), jung- (156), keisara- (1), klaustra- (1), klaustr- (2), vilðis- (1)

Gloss.: EJ; ClVSuppl; Fr item frov; Hertzb; Fischer item frou, frov; Rím; LP; AH; Fr4 item -trú; NO item frov; ÁBlM; Bl

Litt.: Bandle 1956 [BA 17] 252; Bjarni Einarsson 1969 31; Hallberg 1982 [ANF 97] 19; Hamre 1961 [KLNM 6] 509; Hægstad 1916 178; Hægstad 1917 79; Höfler 1931 [ANF 47] 278; Kjellberg 1974 [KLNM 18] 399; Magnús M. Lárusson 1961 [KLNM 6] 512; Seip 1955 116, 210; Veturliði Óskarsson 2003 [BA 43] 43, 98, 160

Genre. (expected): romances [rom]: 76 (22); religious works [rel]: 57 (55); historical works [his]: 27 (36); charters [dip]: 24 (16); legendary sagas [fas]: 14 (9); contemporary sagas [bis]: 5 (15); legal works [jur]: 4 (20); unclassified [ ]: 2 (1); family sagas [isl]: 1 (25); learned works [div]: 1 (6);

CS — September 2010

ER — November 2019

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