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ONP: Dictionary of Old Norse Prose

Word

hús sb. n. [-s; -]

I.

1) bygning, hus
 ● annat hús
 ● brjóta hús [e-rs] [til e-s/e-rs]
 ● brjóta upp hús
 ● gera hús [sér]
 ● gera upp hús
 ● halda (upp) húsum
 ● hús ok hreysi
 ● lítit hús
2) (pl.) (om samling af huse, cf. def. 1) bygningskompleks, gårdanlæg, gård, ejendom
 ● á hús/húsin, á húsum/húsunum
 ● hǫlf hús
 ● skifta húsum [við e-n] [í mót e-u]
 ● skiftask húsum
 ● taka hús [á e-m / yfir e-m]
3*) def. 1/2?
4) (item pl.) (hus, sted hvor ngn bor ɔ:) hjem, bolig, bopæl
 ● (heima) at húsi
 ● eiga/hafa hús
 ● frá húsi
 ● hús ok herbergi
 ● of hús ok heruð
 ● hús ok hýbýli
 ● hús ok hýski
 ● í húsi
 ● í húsum [e-rs]
 ● í næstu/ǫðru húsi
 ● taka í hús sín [e-n]
 ● innan/útan húss
 ● ganga (á) meðal/milli húsa, ganga/fara með húsum
 ● milli húss ok heima, milli húss ok búanda
 ● hús ór húsi
 ● fara til húss/húsa [e-m]
 ● (heim) til húss
 ● boð/ǫr/kross kemr til húss [e-m]
 ● liggja til húss [með e-m]
5) (om guds/... hus)
 ● heilagt hús
6) husly, sted at bo
7) (om underjordisk hule)
8) (om opbevaringssted/opholdssted for dyr/produkter) hus (der yder ly og læ), skur, stald
 ● húsum fullum
 ● (inn) í hús
 ● til húss
9) (om kværnhus)
10) (om fæstning, borg, slot)
11) (om rel. institution) kapitel, kloster
12) (om fattighus, asyl)
13) gildehus, gilde, medlemskab af gilde
14) værelse, kammer, celle
15) (astrol.) hus

cf. ODS Hus def. 12.2

16) etui, hylster, futteral
 ● í húsi ok hurðum

om prydelse og beskyttelse af helgenbilleder, cf. Wallem 1910, 43-44

17) (hus ɔ:) husstand, slægt

II. (y. no.)

III. (poet.)

IV. (propr. topogr.)

Forms: hus (125); hús (59); husi (48); husum (41); hvs (29); huss (21); húsi (15); husa (13); húsum (12); husinu (10); huse (10); husin (8); húsa (8); husom (7); hvsvm (7); húsin (7); húss (6); hvsi (5); hv́s (4); hvsit (4); húse (4); hvse (4); hvsa (3); huus (3); huꜱ (3); husvm (3); hvsinv (3); hws (3); húsit (3); hvsin (3); husit (2); husinv (2); husino (2); huset (2); husunum (2); húsom (2); husinn (2); hwsum (1); hvssins (1); husínv (1); hvsum (1); huusi (1); hvꜱ (1); Húꜱ (1); hussvnvm (1); Húsum (1); hwse (1); Husom (1); hvset (1); husumm (1); hvss (1); ÷÷÷h▹°°°°°◃dar (1); havsvm (1); hvsenn (1); hwsith (1); huuse (1); hvsinn (1); húsunum (1); Hús (1); hosit (1); husse (1); husanna (1); Húsin (1); hvsvnvm (1); huusum (1); hvsom (1); husins (1); hussens (1); hwsi (1); hosi (1); husí (1); húꜱ (1); husenu (1); hüsed (1);

Compounds: ábóta- (1), af- (7), af·ráðs·gildi- (1), al·mennings- (1), altaris- (2), auðna- (4), auðnar- (1), austr- (1), bakara- (2), bak- (2), bakstr- (4), blót- (31), bónda- (1), bón- (2), borð- (6), brauðs- (7), brúðar- (1), brúð·hlaups- (1), brúð- (1), brúð·kaups- (1), brunn- (1), búanda- (1), bygg- (1), bǿna- (26), bǿnar- (6), bǿn- (23), corporalia- (1), corporalis- (1), dóm- (4), dróttins- (1), dýrðar- (3), ein·ǽta- (1), elda- (29), eld- (36), eyði- (7), fagnaðar- (1), fé·hirðis- (1), fé·hirzlu- (1), fé- (2), fjár- (7), for- (7), fram- (1), friðar- (1), fyrir- (1), fǿzlu- (1), fǫður- (13), garð- (5), garpa- (1), geita- (4), geitar- (2), geldinga- (1), gesta- (6), geymslu- (1), gista- (1), gleði- (1), gleðu- (1), glǽsi- (1), goða- (10), góð- (1), guðs- (15), guðs·líkama- (2), guðs·móður- (1), gull- (8), halm- (2), heima- (3), heimilðar- (1), heimilðs- (1), heimilis- (11), heitu- (3), heremita- (1), hesta- (4), hest- (1), hirzlu- (2), hjá·leigu- (1), hjalm- (1), hjalpar- (1), hór- (2), hrossa- (10), hross- (2), hrúta- (2), hrygg·leiks- (2), hvalf- (2), hǿgenda- (2), hǿgendis- (1), iðranar- (1), inni- (4), jarðar- (2), jarð- (41), kaleks- (1), kapítel- (1), kapítula- (2), karls- (3), kartara- (1), kaup- (1), klaustr- (1), klerka- (1), klokka- (1), klokkna- (5), kommúns- (3), konunga- (2), konungs- (7), korn- (1), korporal- (1), korporals- (7), kross- (1), kvenna- (5), kvern- (7), laga- (1), lamba- (5), lamb- (6), laugar- (2), leðr- (1), leik- (1), lérefts- (1), leyni- (2), lóð- (2), loft- (34), lǽknis- (2), manna- (5), mann- (2), mat·eld- (1), mat·gerðar- (2), meistara- (1), meltu- (1), mítr- (1), mjǫlnu- (1), moðs- (2), móður- (11), munka- (1), mylnu- (6), myntara- (1), náða- (3), náð- (4), nausta- (1), ofn- (2), ofns- (1), ó·maga- (1), pells- (1), pínsla- (1), port- (2), port·kvenna- (3), postula·kirkju- (1), predikara- (4), presta- (1), prest- (6), prests- (1), próventu- (9), pútna- (3), ráð- (7), ráðs·manna- (6), rann·saks- (5), reglu- (2), sal- (1), salt·ketils- (1), sálu- (4), sam·kundu- (1), sauða- (26), sauð- (4), sel- (1), set- (2), setu- (2), sið·semðar- (1), silfr- (1), sjúkra·manna- (6), skála- (2), skál- (2), skógar- (1), skrúða- (1), skrúð- (27), skurðar- (1), skýlis- (1), skyn·semðar- (1), smá- (2), smíðar- (1), smiðju- (4), snǽðings- (1), snǽ- (2), soð- (7), sorp- (1), staðar- (1), stall- (1), starf- (3), steikara- (21), stein- (23), steins- (1), stór- (1), strǽtis- (1), suðr- (1), sults- (3), svefn- (34), sverð- (2), svína- (4), sǽlu- (10), sǽngr- (2), sǽti- (1), sǽvar- (3), sǫng- (46), tafernis- (6), tal- (1), tíða·gerðar- (2), tigl- (1), timbr- (1), torg- (1), tré- (2), ulf- (2), ulfs- (1), undir- (4), út·bǿn- (1), út- (8), úti- (4), vanda- (2), vand- (1), varð- (3), varnaðar- (1), verndar- (1), vetrar- (2), vetr- (11), vinar- (1), vín- (1), virkða- (1), vǫlundar- (5), yfir- (1), þarfa- (1), þarfenda- (1), þénustu- (1), þing- (14), þjónustu- (2), þrǽla- (1), þrǽl·dóms- (1), þver- (1), ǫlðr- (7), ǫl- (1), ǫlmusu- (1)

Gloss.: EJ; ClV; Fr; Hertzb; Bin -hús ; Rím; LP; Med -u-; AH; deVr; Fr4; NO; ÁBlM; Bl

Literature: Bandle 1956 [BA 17] 99, 199; Bandle 1977 [Rit 12] 62; Bjorvand 1994 128; Finnur Jónsson 1914 [ANF 30] 98; Grieg 1961 [KLNM 6] 447; Grønvik 1989 [MM 1989] 22; Hægstad 1915 66; Hægstad 1915 [MM 1915] 168; Hægstad 1916 106-107; Kålund 1888 [ANF 4] 188; Lindow 1976 114, 125; Lundahl 1938 [NB 25] 68-81; Lundahl 1940 [ANF 55] 100-101; Marstrander 1915 17; Miller 1990 115; Olsen 1966 106; Palmér 1929 114-115; Schach 1972 504; Seip 1955 108, 115, 187, 190; Ståhl 1962 [KLNM 7] 89; Sverrir Tómasson 1988 [Rit 33] 116; Valtýr Guðmundsson 1889 25, 27, 170; Wallem 1910 43-44, 75; Weinmann 1994 313

Genre. (expected): legal works: 175 (49); religious works: 74 (136); family sagas: 65 (62); charters: 57 (39); contemporary sagas: 49 (37); historical works: 48 (89); learned works: 22 (16); unclassified: 11 (2); romances: 10 (53); þættir: 6 (11); legendary sagas: 5 (22);

Simonetta Battista — Oktober 2010