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ONP: Dictionary of Old Norse Prose

Word

1hagr sb. m. [-s; -ir]

1) (item pl. hagir) situation, vilkår, livsbetingelse, tilstand
2) (item pl.) forhold mellem mand og kvinde
3) (økonomisk) mulighed/evne, midler
 ● eiga hag [■ / til e-s]
4) (item pl.) opførsel, levevis, gøren og laden, sysler
5) (item pl.) tilfredsstillende situation, fordel, gavn, gevinst
 ● hǫgum
 ● at hǫgum
 ● í hag [e-m]
 ● bera í hag [e-t] [e-m]

cf. bera vb. def. 37

 ● falla/... (vel/lítt) í hag [e-m]

Forms: hag (66); hagi (18); hǫgum (7); hagh (5); hagr (4); högum (4); haga (3); hágr (2); hagí (2); haugum (2); hags (2); hogum (1); hagur (1); haɢ (1); hagir (1); hægi (1); hage (1); hagar (1); hỏgum (1); hagvr (1); ÷÷÷hags (1); hagæ (1); haugumm (1);

Compounds: al·þýðu- (5), ár- (1), bú·fjár- (1), bús- (1), fara- (1), fjár- (17), ó- (1), ráða- (51), ráð- (8), van- (21), þrǽla- (1)

Gloss.: EJ ¹hagr; ClV; Fr; Hertzb; HertzbTill (hagi); Rím; LP; AH; deVr; Fr4; NO; ÁBlM; BL

Literature: Lukman 1961 [KLNM 6] 421; Sturtevant 1946-1947 [SS 19] 2-3; Sverdrup 1911 [ANF 27] 19

Genre. (expected): family sagas: 29 (14); religious works: 21 (31); legal works: 16 (11); romances: 16 (12); historical works: 13 (20); legendary sagas: 11 (5); contemporary sagas: 9 (9); þættir: 8 (3); learned works: 2 (4); charters: 2 (9);

Eva Rode — November 2010