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ONP: Dictionary of Old Norse Prose

Word

ker sb. n.

Status: excerpted citation slips citation text supplemented structured definitions in Danish definitions in English

I.

1) beholder, kar, æske container, box

2) drikkekar, bæger, bolle drinking vessel, cup

cf. Gjærder 1958 [KLNM 3] 313-322

3) stort trækar til opbevaring af levnedssmidler large wooden vessel for preserving food

 ● ker í jǫrðu

4) (om stort lukket kar brugt til tvekamp) (of a large closed container used for duelling)

cf. Falk 1914 120

5) badekar, balje bathtub, tub

6) monstrans monstrance

cf. Horskjær 1966 [KLNM 11] 685-687

7) (om beholder til lys) lanterne (of a holder for light), lantern

8) skålformet holder (på lysestage) til lys bowl-shaped holder (on candelabra) for lamp

9) (om aflåst gemme) (of locked storage)

10) (om menneske som åndelig beholder) (of a human being as the vessel of the soul)

11) fiskekar, kar til fiskefangst i vandløb fish tub, fish trap

12) fordybning i vandløb, vandhul, høl deep section of a stream

cf. ODS ¹Høl

13) (om redskab) (of a tool)

14) kasteskovl shovel

II. (proprial.)

(om stjernebilledet Bægeret, lat. Crater) (of the constellation Crater)

III. (propr. topogr.)

Form.: ker (63); keri (12); kerit (12); kær (8); kier (4); kere (3); kerínv (3); kerum (3); kæret (2); kerinu (2); kiær (2); kierum (2); kieri (2); kerom (2); kiere (2); kẻrẻ (2); Cer (1); kerr (1); kerenv (1); kerino (1); kierinn (1); (1); kerin (1); keru (1); kervm (1); keren (1); kerið (1); kærum (1); cers (1);

Comp.: aus- (3), aust- (7), austr- (2), borð- (36), bryggju- (1), deili- (3), drykkjar- (8), drykkju- (1), dǽli- (1), dǽlu- (1), eir- (2), eld·bera- (2), eld- (7), flauta- (1), fonts- (1), gil- (1), gler- (18), glóða- (4), glóðar- (19), glóð- (4), graf- (1), grjót- (1), grýtu- (2), gull- (30), hitu- (1), hjarta- (1), horn- (3), hundrað·skjólna- (1), húsl- (10), jarð- (1), kopar- (1), krisma- (8), krismu- (1), laugar- (2), leir- (1), ljós- (24), lok- (1), lýsi- (4), mál·snilldar- (1), mein·gerða- (1), merkr- (1), messingar- (4), minni- (1), mirru- (1), mis·kunnar- (1), mjaðar- (1), mǽli- (6), mǫsur- (7), pínslar- (1), plantanar- (1), rang·lǽtis- (1), rekelsis- (1), reykelsi- (1), reykelsis- (10), sacrarium- (1), sacrarium·tin- (1), salt- (2), salts- (1), silfr- (27), skaft- (12), skap- (6), skrukku- (1), skyr- (3), smá- (2), smyrsla- (2), stein- (6), stétta- (3), stéttar- (15), stokka- (4), stór- (2), svefn- (4), sýru- (8), sǿmðar- (1), sǫðul- (1), tigl- (1), tré- (3), tunnu- (1), upp·halds- (1), váð- (1), valningar- (2), vatn- (10), vatns- (8), við·smjǫrs- (4), vín- (5), þjónustu- (2), þoll- (1), ǫl- (6), ǫlmusu- (1)

Gloss.: EJ; ClV; Fr; Hertzb; Fischer (cf. corr.); Rím; LP; Med item kær; AH; deVr; Fr4 ¹ker; NO ¹ker; ÁBlM ¹ker; Bl

Litt.: Anker & Topelius 1963 [KLNM 8] 425; Finnur Jónsson 1914 [ANF 30] 102; Gjærder 1958 [KLNM 3] 318; Grøn 1927 132; Jakobsen 1901 [ANOH 1901] 116; Klos 2004 [Skandinavistik 34] 25; Leijström 1934 [ANF 50] 311; Seip 1955 46, 122; Veturliði Óskarsson 2003 [BA 43] 41, 43, 165; Wallem 1910 63

Genre. (expected): religious works: 46 (35); charters: 23 (10); romances: 16 (14); historical works: 15 (23); legal works: 15 (13); contemporary sagas: 12 (10); learned works: 4 (4); family sagas: 3 (16); legendary sagas: 2 (6); unclassified: 1 (0);

EÞJ — December 2012

TW — November 2019

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