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ONP: Dictionary of Old Norse Prose

Word

innan, inna adv.

Forms: innan (227); iɴan (28); jnnan (24); innann (14); jnnann (13); ínnan (4); Jnnan (4); inan (3); jnan (3); jnann (2); iɴɴan (2); Innan (2); inna (2); iɴnan (1); ínna (1); innans (1); Jnnann (1); jinnan (1); jnnnann (1); nnan (1); innnann (1); jmmam (1); innar (1); ȷ́nnan (1);

Compounds: við- (1)

Gloss.: EJ adv./præp.; ClV; Fr adv./præp.; Hertzb præp.; Rím; LP adv./præp.; Med ¹˜²innan præp. & adv., innan i, innan millum, ?inna; AH adv. & prep.; deVr; Fr4 adv./præp.; NO; ÁBlM (¹inn); Bl

Literature: Bandle 1956 [BA 17] 107; Breisch 1988 23; Breisch 1994 134; Breisch 1994 70; Gurevich 1970 [MSc 2] 43; Seip 1955 165, 253; Teleman 2008 [ANF 123] 125-127

Genre. (expected): religious works: 92 (99); legal works: 53 (35); historical works: 49 (65); charters: 41 (29); romances: 31 (39); family sagas: 29 (45); contemporary sagas: 17 (27); legendary sagas: 17 (16); learned works: 5 (11); þættir: 3 (8); unclassified: 2 (1);