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ONP: Dictionary of Old Norse Prose

Word

jarl, jall sb. m. [-s, dat. -i; -ar]

I.

1) [at e-u / yfir e-u/e-m] (om person i det norske rige som i rang står kongen nærmest) jarl

cf. Bøe 1962 [KLNM 7] 559-564

   ‖  (propr. comp.):
2) (om højtrangerende ledende person, fyrste, i almindelighed, især i lande uden for Norge)
   ‖  (propr. comp.):
3) (om statholder/guvernør i Romerriget)
   ‖  (propr. comp.):
 ● Pílatus jarl
4) [e-s / af e-u / yfir e-u] (om den øverstbefalende i en (befæstet) by)
5) menneske, mandsperson
6) (om penis)

II. (cogn.)

Forms: jarl (29); iarl (21); iarll (18); iarls (11); jarlar (8); iarlar (7); jarls (6); iarli (5); iarle (5); jall (5); iall (4); iarla (4); Jarl (4); jarla (3); iarlls (2); iarlenn (2); Jarll (2); iarlin (2); Jarlar (2); iærls (2); jarle (2); jarlls (2); jarll (1); jærl (1); jarli (1); iarsins (1); iellar (1); jarlinn (1); jallar (1); iarllinn (1); iỏrlum (1); jarlins (1); iarlinum (1); iorlvm (1); jalle (1); jalllar (1); iarlli (1); ialli (1); iollum (1); iarlinn (1); Jarlinn (1); iarllum (1); jarlli (1); iallar (1); jalli (1); jærll (1);

Compounds: blót- (4), -dana-, -dǿla-, ey·dana- (2), fólgsnar- (1), há·leygja- (1), hirð- (2), innan·lands- (1), mat- (1), mǿra- (3), naum·dǿla- (3), norðimbra- (1), of- (9), orkn·eyinga- (5), skatt- (1), upp·lendinga- (1)

Gloss.: EJ; ClV; Suppl2 jall; Fr; Hertzb item jall; Bin item -iarl; Rím; LP; AH; deVr item erilaR; Fr4; NO; ÁBlM ¹˜²jarl; Bl

Literature: Breisch 1994 66; Bugge 1905 106-130; Bøe 1962 [KLNM 7] 559-564; Finnur Jónsson 1914 [ANF 30] 101; Gering 1916 [ANF 32] 22; Hoffmeyer 1956 [KLNM 1] 400; Hofmann 1955 [BA 14] 86; Hægstad 1899 18; Lie 1961 [KLNM 6] 303; Marstrander 1915 77-78, 94, 110; Maurer 1907Ï 6, 43, 136-140, 150 ...; Maurer 1907ÏÏ 168; Maurer 1908 (Kirch) 391; Maurer 1909 28, 208, 231; Maurer 1910 118, 179; Motz 1996 [ANF 111] 83; Seip 1955 33 79 85 122 173 189 285; Sverrir Tómasson 1989 [TMM 50] 226

Genre. (expected): historical works: 62 (29); religious works: 45 (45); legal works: 19 (16); romances: 13 (17); contemporary sagas: 8 (12); legendary sagas: 5 (7); þættir: 5 (4); learned works: 5 (5); charters: 4 (13); family sagas: 4 (20);

Þorbjörg Helgadóttir — September 2011