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ONP: Dictionary of Old Norse Prose

Word

hollr adj. [compar. -ari, superl. -astr]

1) [e-m / e-u(hum.)] huld, tro, trofast, loyal
 ● hollr ok trúr/tryggr [e-m]
2) [e-m] nådig, barmhjertig
3) heldbringende, gavnlig, gunstig
 ● hollr ok heill
 ● hollr ok heilráðr [e-m]
 ● hollt

Forms: hollr (22); holl (8); holla (7); hollt (6); hollir (5); hollre (4); hollan (4); hollur (3); holler (3); hollaztir (2); hollu (2); hollari (2); hollum (2); hollastir (2); holleʀ (1); hollom (1); hollrar (1); hollost (1); hollust (1); hollare (1); hỏll (1); hollar (1); hollra (1);

Compounds: ást- (2), dróttin- (6), frǽnd- (1), heim- (5), ó·ráð- (2), ráð- (8), vin- (14)

Gloss.: EJ (cf. corr.); ClV; Fr; Hertzb; Rím; LP; AH; deVr; Fr4; NO; ÁBlM; BL

Literature: Gjøstein 1934 [ANF 50] 117; Heidermanns 1993 311-312; Seip 1955 51; von See 1964 127-128, 253

Genre. (expected): charters: 20 (6); legal works: 17 (7); historical works: 12 (14); romances: 11 (8); religious works: 7 (21); family sagas: 6 (9); legendary sagas: 4 (3); contemporary sagas: 3 (6); learned works: 1 (2);

Maria Arvidsson — December 2016