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ONP: Dictionary of Old Norse Prose

Word

jǫkull sb. m. [-s, dat. jǫkli; jǫklar]

I.

1) is, ismasse, isflade
 ● snǽr ok/eða jǫkull
2) (fig.) ispanser, isnende kulde

cf. Sprenger 1985 [Opusc 8] 171-188

3) istap, isklump
4) jøkel, gletsjer, bræ

II. (cogn.)

III. (propr. topogr.)

Forms: iokla (6); iokul (3); jǫkla (3); jǫkul (3); jokla (3); Jokull (2); iokvll (2); iacull (2); iokli (2); jökullinn (2); ioklana (2); iokull (2); ioklar (2); jǫklum (2); jǫklinum (1); jǫkli (1); ioclar (1); ioccli (1); Jǫklar (1); iaclum (1); joki (1); ioklvnum (1); ioklunum (1); okkli (1); ioklumm (1); jỏkla (1); jǫkull (1); iöcul (1); iocvl (1); jöklum (1); jöklar (1); ioklum (1); jokul (1); iökla (1); jökull (1); iocul (1); iocla (1); jǫklarnir (1); iokulinn (1); joklinum (1); jökulinn (1); jocklana (1);

Compounds: eyði- (1), fall- (1), fjall- (1), harðýðgis- (4)

Gloss.: EJ; ClV; Fr; Hertzb; Suppl4; Bin; Rím; LP; AH; deVr; Fr4; NO; ÁBlM; Bl

Literature: Bandle 1977 [Rit 12] 58; Finnur Jónsson 1932-1933 [NB 20] 30; Kålund 1877 511; Seip 1955 112f.; Sigurður Þórarinsson 1963 [KLNM 8] 80; Sprenger 1985 [Opusc 8] 171-188

Genre. (expected): family sagas: 19 (7); historical works: 17 (11); contemporary sagas: 12 (5); religious works: 9 (16); þættir: 3 (1); romances: 2 (6); charters: 1 (5); legal works: 1 (6);