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ONP: Dictionary of Old Norse Prose

Word

kjǫlr, kelr sb. m. [kjalar, dat. kili; kjǫlir]

I.

1) køl (på skib)
 ● láta fallask í kjǫl niðr/ofan
 ● koma á kjǫl [e-m]
 ● komask á kjǫl
 ● kjǫl tekr [e-n]
2) bjergryg, fjeldryg, ås
3) bogryg
4) (pars pro toto) skib

mul. sammenbl. m. kjóll sb. m.

II. (propr. topogr.)

Forms: kiol (12); kili (6); kjǫl (3); kiolr (3); Kiol (2); kjölrinn (2); kialar (2); kiolinn (2); kiǫ́linn (2); kjǫlinn (2); Kiolu (2); Kiler (1); kjǫlrinn (1); kel (1); kíǫlinn (1); kiỏler (1); kile (1); kiölr (1); kilenom (1); kilinum (1); kiölrinn (1); kiỏl (1); Kíaul (1); kialarins (1); kjöl (1); kiolenn (1); Kiolv (1); kiolin (1); Kjǫl (1); Kiolinn (1); kiolr eɴ (1);

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

Literature: Andersen & Andersen 1989 158, 285; Falk 1912 34; Jón Sigurðsson 1849 [ANOH 1849] 98; Persson 1912 822; Páll Vídalín 1854 456 f.; Strömbäck 1941-1942 [NB 29] 151-152, 153-154, 150-157

Genre. (expected): historical works: 27 (10); legal works: 9 (5); family sagas: 6 (7); contemporary sagas: 5 (4); romances: 4 (6); learned works: 2 (2); legendary sagas: 2 (2); religious works: 2 (15); charters: 1 (4);

Ellert Þór Jóhannsson — Februar 2013