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ONP: Dictionary of Old Norse Prose

Word

heift, “heifst”, “heimft”, “hæimft”, “heimt” sb. f. [-ar; -ir]

fjendtlighed, nag, forbitrelse, had, (indgroet) vrede

 ● eiga heiftir at gjalda [e-m]

 ● hafa heift [við e-n / á e-m / til e-rs]

 ● halda (hatr ok) heift í hjarta sínu [við e-n / í gegn e-m]

 ● heift ok hatr

 ● heift ok/... reiði

 ● heift ok/eða ǫfund

cf. Solheim 1968 [KLNM 13] 66-67

Forms: heipt (29); hæift (8); hæipt (5); heift (3); heímt (2); héift (2); hæimft (2); heiptir (2); héiptir (1); heiptar (1); heíft (1); heípt (1); hęiptir (1); heiftvm (1); Heift (1); heimft (1); héifst (1);

Gloss.: EJ -pt; ClV (heipt); Fr -pt; Hertzb -pt, item heimpt; Rím -pt; LP -pt; AH; deVr (heifst); Fr4 -pt-, item heimt, hept; NO -pt, item heimt; ÁBlM; Bl

Literature: Bandle 1956 [BA 17] 122; Grøtvedt 1939 106; Hægstad 1915 44; Kock 1929 [ANF 45] 111; Lundahl 1940 [ANF 55] 60; Rask 1831 7; Reichborn-Kjennerud 1928 69, 229a; Seip 1955 142; Solheim 1968 [KLNM 13] 66 f.; Veturliði Óskarsson 2003 [BA 43] 191; Wanner 2009 [VMS 5] 242

Genre. (expected): religious works: 20 (15); legal works: 13 (5); romances: 10 (6); historical works: 9 (10); charters: 3 (4); family sagas: 3 (7); contemporary sagas: 3 (4); legendary sagas: 1 (2);

Simonetta Battista — September 2011

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