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ONP: Dictionary of Old Norse Prose

Word

aftan(s)·sǫngr, eftan(s)· sb. m. [-s, dat. -i/-; -var/-ar]

vesper, aftensang (if. HómÍsl³²(1993) 49v⁵-50r⁴ den syvende af otte kanoniske tidebønner) ‖ vespers, evensong (according to HómÍsl³²(1993) 49v⁵-50r⁴ the seventh of the eight canonical hours)

cf. simplex sǫngr (98)

Forms: aptansong (7); aptansǫngs (5); aptansaung (4); aptan song (4); aptansongs (2); aptansöngr (2); aptans songs (2); aftanssaungs (2); aptansỏng (2); aftan songh (1); aptanssöng (1); aptan saung (1); aptan saungi (1); aptansø̨ng (1); æptan songe (1); aftan song (1); aptansavnginvm (1); aptan saungs (1); aftansꜹng (1); aptan songar (1); aptan sonngs (1); aptan sỏng (1); aptan sỏngr (1); aptann song (1); aftans songs (1); afftnsang (1); aptansỏngs (1); æftansongh (1); aptansǫng (1); aptan savngva (1); aptansaungs (1); aptan søngs (1); eftans song (1); aptans saungs (1); aptan-songr (1); aptan sꜵngs (1); aptansöng (1); aptanssǫngs (1); Aptans saungur (1); aptan sꜵngom (1);

Gloss.: ClV -pt- ; Fr -pt- ; Hertzb -pt- ; AH aptansongr; Fr4 -pt- -ss-; NO -pt- ; Bl

Literature: Gjerløw 1975 [KLNM 19] 667; Gunnar F. Guðmundsson 2000 185, 236, 288; Vilhjálmur Finsen 1883 652

Genre. (expected): religious works: 17 (16); contemporary sagas: 17 (4); historical works: 8 (10); legal works: 5 (6); charters: 4 (5); romances: 4 (6); þættir: 3 (1); family sagas: 2 (7); unclassified: 1 (0);