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ONP: Dictionary of Old Norse Prose

Word

1harmr sb. m. [-s, dat. -i; -ar]

1) [e-s /um/of e-t / fyrir e-t / at e-u] [eftir e-n] [e-m] sorg, harme, fortvivlelse, bekymring, trængsler, kval, lidelse, krænkelse
 ● bera (mikinn) harm [fyrir e-m] [eftir e-n] [af e-u]
 ● bíða harm
 ● hjartaligr harmr
 ● harmr hugar
 ● reka/hefna harma [sinna/e-rs]
2) (fysisk) smerte

Forms: harmi (40); harmr (37); harm (34); harma (22); harms (8); harme (6); harminum (3); harmar (3); harmm (2); harmur (2); hormum (2); Harmr (2); harmrinn (1); hormonom (1); arme (1); harmma (1); Harmur (1); hỏrmum (1);

Compounds: ástar- (1), hrygg·leiks- (1), hugar- (3), hug·sóttar- (1), hǫfuð- (2), of- (5), ofr- (5), píningar- (1), stundar- (1)

Gloss.: EJ; ClV; Fr; Rím; LP ¹harmr; AH; deVr ¹harmr; Fr4 ¹harmr; NO ¹harmr; ÁBlM ¹harmur; Bl

Literature: Bandle 1956 [BA 17] 191; Falk 1925 (Beizv) 242; Frölich 2000 63; Gering 1916 [ANF 32] 20; Lindblad 1952 183; Seip 1955 190; Sprenger 1992 255-259; Sprenger 2002 [Skandinavistik 2] 109-110; Sävborg 2007 [Alvíssm 11] 89; Vésteinn Ólason 1994 [NBerg 3] 163

Genre. (expected): religious works: 50 (44); romances: 46 (17); historical works: 23 (28); family sagas: 21 (20); contemporary sagas: 12 (12); legendary sagas: 7 (7); learned works: 7 (5); þættir: 1 (4);

Eva Rode — December 2010