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ONP: Dictionary of Old Norse Prose

Word

fǫlski sb. m.

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

I.

1) ash, ashes (with reference to paleness in colour, potentially retaining the shape of the burnt object)

 ● fǫlski fellr á eld

 ● falla ... í fǫlska

2) (as a symbol of death; cf. the function of the name (proprial.) in II. below)

cf. Perkins 1974-1977 [SB 19] 219-221

II. (proprial.)

(of a horse)

cf. Boyer 1975 [Gripla 1] 154

Form.: faulska (5); fǫlski (3); fꜹlska (3); fỏlska (2); fölska (2); folski (2); fỏlske (1); favlskaɴ (1); foslki (1); fölski (1); faulski (1); fỏlskar (1); folske (1); Faulski (1); folska (1); følske (1); faulskanum (1);

Comp.: sviðu- (1)

Gloss.: ClV; Suppl2 -ø-; Fr; FrErr3; Fischer; Rím; LP; deVr (fǫlr); Fr4 item fǫlskvi; NO; ÁBlM (fölski); Bl

Litt.: Boyer 1975 [Gripla 1] 154; Perkins 1974-1977 [SB 19] 219-220; Veturliði Óskarsson 2003 [BA 43] 143

Genre. (expected): religious works [rel]: 11 (7); romances [rom]: 4 (3); legendary sagas [fas]: 4 (1); learned works [div]: 4 (1); contemporary sagas [bis]: 3 (2); family sagas [isl]: 1 (3); charters [dip]: 1 (2);

CS — April 2011

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