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ONP: Dictionary of Old Norse Prose

Word

2hagr adj. [compar. -ari, superl. -astr]

I.

1) [á e-t / við e-t / at e-u] dygtig, ferm
 ● hagr á (sínar) hendr
2) (om genstand) velforarbejdet, kunstfærdig
3) nyttig

II. (cogn.)

Forms: hagr (22); hagari (4); havg (4); hagur (3); hagi (3); haug (3); hagastr (3); hagasta (2); hagar (2); hagastur (2); högust (2); haga (2); hagir (2); høgustu (2); hagaztir (2); hǫg (1); hǫgust (1); hogu (1); hagazti (1); hagastir (1); Hagr (1); hággr (1); hogosto (1); hoguzt (1); hagaztr (1); hagaztu (1); haghazstr (1); hager (1); hagazr (1); hagastʀ (1); hagra (1); hög (1); hagazster (1);

Compounds: bang- (1), bjarg- (2), for- (1), gull- (2), odd- (2), ó- (7), orða- (1), orð- (3), sjón- (1), stór- (3), þjóð- (1)

Gloss.: EJ ²hagr; ClV item (jafn) jafnhagr; Fr; Hertzb 'i úhagr'; Bin Haga, Hagi; Rím; LP; deVr; Fr4 item jafnhagr; NO; ÁBlM; Bl

Literature: Heidermanns 1993 264-265; Jessen 1860 226

Genre. (expected): family sagas: 18 (8); contemporary sagas: 15 (5); romances: 14 (7); religious works: 11 (18); legendary sagas: 7 (3); þættir: 6 (2); historical works: 3 (12); legal works: 1 (7); charters: 1 (5);

Aldís Sigurðardóttir — August 2016