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ONP: Dictionary of Old Norse Prose

Word

kinn sb. f. [dat. -/-u; kinnr/kiðr]

I.

1) kind
 ● hleypr kapp í kinn [e-m]
 ● bregða lykli á kinn [e-rs/e-m]
 ● ríða kinn [e-m]
 ● roði í kinn
2*) (om skib) ?måleenhed, ?mål på mastetræ

II. (propr. topogr.)

Forms: kinn (25); kinnr (10); kinnina (10); kiþr (4); kinninni (3); kin (2); kinnunum (2); kinnur (2); kinur (1); kvnina (1); kinnum (1); kinnine (1); kiɴr (1); kidvrnar (1); kinnene (1); kiɴur (1); kínn (1); kinninne (1); kinnu (1); kiɴvm (1); kidur (1); kiɴa (1);

Compounds: asna- (1), blá- (2), blóma- (1), drit- (3), fagr- (2), fǫgr- (1), galdra- (1), konu- (1), meyjar- (2), plómu- (1), rauð- (3), skeiðar- (2), skógar- (2)

Gloss.: EJ; ClV; Fr; Hertzb; Bin item -kinn ; Rím; LP; Med; AH; deVr; Fr4; NO; ÁBlM; BL

Literature: Andersen & Andersen 1989 239; Bandle 1956 [BA 17] 261; Bandle 1977 [Rit 12] 55, 63; Finnur Jónsson 1914 [ANF 30] 102; Gunnar Harðarson 2003 [Skírnir 177] 160; Jakobsen 1901 [ANOH 1901] 116; Krijn 1935 [ANF 51] 75; Magnús M. Lárusson 1961 [KLNM 6] 435

Genre. (expected): religious works: 21 (19); contemporary sagas: 11 (5); family sagas: 10 (9); historical works: 9 (12); romances: 7 (7); legal works: 5 (7); learned works: 3 (2); charters: 3 (5); legendary sagas: 3 (3);

Ellert Þór Jóhannsson — Januar 2013