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ONP: Dictionary of Old Norse Prose

Word

2fullr adj. [fullan; compar. -ari, superl. -astr]

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

I. A.

1) [e-s / af e-u/e-jum / með e-t/e-ja / með e-u/e-jum] fuld (af ngt), fyldt helt op, propfuld

 ● fullr upp [af e-u]

2) [af e-u/e-m] mæt, som har fået stillet tørsten/sulten

3) [at e-u] fyldig, rund

4) [e-s / e-u / af e-u/e-m / í e-u / með e-u / með e-t] righoldig (på ngt), opfyldt (af ngt), rig (på ngt)

 ● fullr upp [e-s / e-t / af e-u]

5) hel, fuldstændig, komplet, total, ubeskåren, usvækket, maksimal

 ● fullr bóndi

cf. bóndi sb. m. def. 1

 ● fullr (...)eyrir

 ● fullr fjándskapr [milli/meðal e-rra]

 ● fullir penningar

 ● fullt (n. sg., substantiv.) det fulde

 ● hafa fullt [fyrir e-t]

 ● it fulla

 ● koma fyrir fullt gå i opfyldelse

 ● at fullu

 ● með fullu

 ● til fulls

 ● fullt (n. sg. = adv.) fuldstændig, helt, aldeles

6) som er vokset sammen, helet

7) (om fuldmåne)

 ● fullt tungl

8) (om tidsperiode) hel, fuld, (pl.) samfulde

 ● fullr ok fastr

9) fyldig, udførlig

10) [at e-u] fuldgyldig, retsgyldig, retmæssig, lovlig

 ● fullr (bókar)eiðr

 ● ... til fullra laga

 ● fullt ok fast

 ● at (ǫllu) jafn fullu

 ● fullt (n. sg. = adv.)

11) færdig, fuldført

12) [af e-u] (om døende person) som ligger på sit yderste

13) med fuld fart

 ● láta ganga fyrir fullt

14) stik, direkte
 ● sól er í fullu suðri/vestri solen står i stik syd/vest

 ● fullt (n. sg. = adv.)

I. B. fullu (dat. sg. = adv.)

1) til fulde, rigeligt

2) fuldstændig, helt og holdent, aldeles

II. (y. no.)

Form.: fullr (90); fullu (79); full (52); fullt (51); fulla (44); fullan (28); fullz (25); fullo (19); fullum (18); fult (18); fullir (14); fullar (13); fullra (10); fvllv (10); fvlla (10); fvll (10); fvllt (9); fvllr (8); fulls (7); fuller (7); fullrar (6); fvllz (6); fullur (5); fvllo (4); fulz (4); fvllan (4); fullri (3); fvllar (3); fvllvr (3); fulri (3); fullara (3); fulltt (3); fullæ (3); fvllra (2); fvllre (2); fvllvm (2); fullann (2); fullær (2); fullv (2); ful (2); fullom (2); fvllara (2); fullari (2); fvllri (1); fulle (1); Fulla (1); fwlth (1); fvllir (1); fullast (1); fullaz (1); Fullir (1); Fuller (1); fuld (1); Foll (1); Fullu (1); fullaztan (1); fvllann (1); fylla (1); follum (1); fullare (1); fullasta (1); fvllu (1);

Comp.: á·byrgða- (1), á·byrgðar- (1), af·brigða- (1), á·girndar- (4), á·girnis- (1), á·huga- (1), á·hyggju- (35), á·kefðar- (1), and·marka- (1), angr- (2), angrs- (10), á·rǽðis- (3), ástar- (3), augna- (4), aukana(r)- (1), á·vaxta- (1), baráttu- (1), bar·daga- (1), barns- (1), blezaðar- (1), blíðu- (1), blóð- (2), bragða- (1), burðar- (1), byrða- (1), byrgða- (1), dáða- (1), dirfðar- (3), djǫrfungar- (2), dramb·semis- (1), drambs- (5), dreyra- (1), dular- (2), dyggðar- (5), dýrðar- (33), -eirar-, -eirðar-, eitr- (14), eitrs- (7), elds- (3), elsku- (1), erfiðis- (1), eymðar- (2), fagnaðar- (15), fals- (4), fárs- (1), fegrðar- (2), felms- (52), felmtrs- (1), felmts- (3), fjalms- (1), fjánd·skapar- (4), flems- (3), fleyti- (1), flóka- (1), flǽrða- (5), flǽrðar- (10), flǽrðra- (1), for·sagnar- (1), forz- (1), fram- (1), fram·hleypis- (1), frygða- (1), frygðar- (1), frǽgðar- (7), fúl·lifnaðar- (1), gagn·semða- (2), galdra- (13), gems- (1), gerninga- (6), giftu- (1), gleði- (2), glǿpa- (24), glǿpsku- (3), gnótta- (1), góð·girndar- (2), góð·vilja- (3), grimmðar- (11), grimm·leiks- (1), grun·semðar- (1), gǽfu- (1), gǽzlu- (1), gǿzku- (9), hagls- (1), half- (1), harma- (1), harm- (4), harms- (37), háska- (4), há·tíðis- (1), hatrs- (5), hé·góma- (5), heiðr- (1), heimsku- (3), hermðar- (3), hryggðar- (4), hrǽzlu- (12), huga- (1), hugar- (2), hug- (10), hug·geðs- (3), hug·gǿðis- (2), hug·sótta- (1), hug·sóttar- (3), hunsku- (1), hvarf·semi- (1), hyggju- (1), hǫrmungar- (2), iðju- (4), iðnar- (1), iðranar- (1), ifa- (1), í·huga- (14), í·hugar- (1), ills- (1), illsku- (26), ill·vilja- (2), jarteigna- (2), kapps- (14), kátínu- (1), kjǫt- (1), kláða- (1), klǽkja- (3), krafta- (1), krása- (1), kváðu- (1), kvala- (1), kvíðu- (2), lasta- (9), last- (1), lausungar- (6), leiðenda- (1), leirs- (2), leti- (2), líknar- (2), lík·þrá- (1), ljós- (2), lofs- (1), losta- (2), lyga- (1), lygi- (2), lýta- (2), lǫg- (22), maðk- (1), manna- (1), meina- (3), mein- (2), meins- (2), metnaðar- (14), mildi- (2), mis·kunnar- (4), moldar- (1), myrk- (1), myrkra- (4), myrkva- (1), náðar- (1), nýjungar- (1), nytja- (1), ó·dyggðar- (1), ó·eirar- (1), ó·eirðar- (2), of·beldis- (4), of·dirfðar- (3), of·drambs- (3), of·forz- (1), of·metnaðar- (7), of·neyzlu- (1), of·stopa- (1), of·tekju- (1), ó- (7), ó·gá- (1), ó·giftu- (1), ó·gǽfu- (1), ó·happa- (1), ó·hǿfu- (1), ó·jafnaðar- (4), ó·megðar- (1), orða- (1), orð- (9), orðs- (1), ór·lausna- (1), ó·trú- (7), ótta- (62), ó·venju- (1), ó·vǽra- (1), ó·þefjanar- (1), píslar- (1), pretta- (15), prófa- (1), rang·lǽtis- (3), rasta- (1), refsinga- (1), reiði- (4), rétt·lǽtis- (1), ryð- (1), rǫk·semðar- (3), saka- (4), sak- (1), sam·þykkis- (1), sára- (3), saura- (1), saur- (3), sekðar- (1), sið·lǽtis- (1), sjúk·dóms- (1), skaða- (1), skamm- (2), skap- (1), skemmðar- (9), skemmtanar- (1), skjalfta- (2), skóga- (1), skrǫks- (1), ský- (2), skyn- (1), skyn·semðar- (1), slen·skapar- (1), slǿgða- (1), snǽvar- (1), soð- (1), sorga- (6), sorgar- (5), sorg- (43), sótta- (1), spekðar- (2), starfs- (1), stór·merkis- (3), storm- (1), stríðu- (1), stun- (1), styggðar- (2), styn- (2), sumar- (1), sútar- (1), sút- (9), svika- (15), svik- (3), svik·ráða- (1), synða- (16), synð- (1), sǿmðar- (5), tára- (4), tár- (1), tempranar- (1), trega- (2), trú- (1), trúnaðar- (2), um·lestrs- (1), undir·hyggju- (5), upp·steyts- (1), vá- (1), vág- (1), vágs- (1), vamma- (2), vánd·skapar- (3), van·heilsu- (2), van·trúar- (1), var- (1), vás- (1), vatns- (4), véla- (2), veraldar- (1), villu- (3), vind- (2), vinds- (1), vinnu- (1), vís·dóms- (4), vit·leysis- (1), vits- (1), þjónustu- (12), þoku- (5), þorsta- (1), þrjózku- (3), þrǽtu- (1), þunga- (2), þunganar- (1), þyrna- (1), ǽðru- (1), ǽru- (1), ǿði- (2), ǿrsla- (6), ǿsku- (2), ǫfundar- (16), ǫfund- (5)

Gloss.: EJ; ClV item alfullr, (jafn) jafnfullr; Fr item alfullr; Hertzb item jafnfullr; Suppl4 item jamfullr (cf. corr.); Rím; LP; Med item fullu? dat. sg.?; AH; deVr; Fr4 item jafnfullr; NO item alfullr, jafnfullr; ÁBlM; Bl item cf. corr.

Litt.: Bandle 1956 [BA 17] 323, 325; Finnur Jónsson 1914 [ANF 30] 87; Finnur Jónsson 1921 (KultSprog) 184; Gjøstein 1934 [ANF 50] 117, 119; Heidermanns 1993 220-221; Hægstad 1915 48; Kålund 1888 [ANF 4] 188; Nygaard 1917 21; Seip 1943 [MM 1943] 129; Seip 1955 299; Western 1934 [MM 1934] 67

Genre. (expected): religious works: 197 (161); legal works: 88 (58); charters: 87 (47); romances: 55 (63); historical works: 54 (105); family sagas: 44 (73); contemporary sagas: 28 (44); legendary sagas: 21 (26); unclassified: 19 (2); learned works: 12 (19); þættir: 6 (13);

ÞH — February 2017

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