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ONP: Dictionary of Old Norse Prose

Word

hlýðinn adj. [superl. hlýðnastr]

1) [e-m/e-u] lydig, medgørlig
 ● hlýðinn ok eftirlátr/... [e-m] [um e-t]
 ● lítillátr ok hlýðinn [e-u]
2) [e-m / við e-n] (om forhold mellem undersåt og overhoved) underdanig, loyal

Forms: hlydinn (6); hlýðinn (4); lydinn (3); hlýþeɴ (3); hlyðinn (3); hlydit (2); hlýþner (2); lydnir (2); hlydin (2); hlýðit (1); hlydna (1); hlýðin (1); hlýþnastr (1); lyðnir (1); hlydín (1); hlyþiɴ (1); lydin (1); hlvþen (1); hlyþin (1); hlẏðnir (1); lyðnum (1); hlyþinn (1); hlyðnom (1); lyðinn (1); lẏdnír (1); hlyþnir (1); hlydnir (1); hlyþeɴ (1); hlýðnastan (1); lyðit (1); lẏdín (1); lydinir (1); lyðenn (1); lyðen (1); hlýþiɴ (1);

Compounds: á- (11), ó·á- (4), ó- (33), ó·tal- (3), tal- (9)

Gloss.: EJ; ClV; Fr; Hertzb (lýðinn); LP; AH lýðinn; deVr (hlýða vb.); Fr4 item jafn-; NO; Walter; ÁBlM (hlýða); Bl

Literature: Seip 1943 [MM 1943] 119; Walter 1976 60-61

Genre. (expected): religious works: 28 (14); historical works: 8 (9); contemporary sagas: 5 (4); legal works: 4 (5); family sagas: 3 (6); romances: 2 (5); legendary sagas: 2 (2); charters: 1 (4);

Maria Arvidsson — November 2016