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ONP: Dictionary of Old Norse Prose

Word

grátr sb. m.

I.

1) weeping, lamentation
   ‖  (propr. comp.):
 ● setja grát á sik
 ● grát mikinn setr [at e-m]
 ● grátr ok sút
2) (for gras sb. n.)

II. (propr. topogr.)

Forms: grat (29); grati (24); gratr (15); gráti (9); grátr (5); gratz (5); grát (5); graz (2); gratur (1); gratana (1); gratt (1); grátz (1); grꜳt (1); gratvr (1); gratinn (1); gráts (1); gráte (1); grátsens (1); grasz (1); grate (1); gratrinn (1); gratte (1);

Compounds: barna- (3), barns- (8), beisk·leiks- (1), elsku- (1), fagnaðar- (6), fagnað- (1), góð·fýsis- (1), harms- (2), hǫrmungar- (3), iðranar- (3), píslar- (1)

Gloss.: EJ; ClV; Fr; Hertzb; Suppl4; LP; AH; deVr (gráta); Fr4; NO; ÁBlM (gráta); Bl

Literature: Bandle 1956 [BA 17] 188f.; Hermann Pálsson 1984 [Gripla 6] 41; Jón Helgason 1944 [ANF 59] 159-162; Reichborn-Kjennerud 1947 5, 172a; Seip 1944 [ANF 58] 147; Seip 1955 72, 138, 188

Genre. (expected): religious works: 77 (29); romances: 8 (11); contemporary sagas: 8 (8); learned works: 6 (3); historical works: 4 (19); þættir: 2 (2); family sagas: 2 (13); legal works: 1 (10);

Christopher Sanders — August 2011