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ONP: Dictionary of Old Norse Prose

Word

klǽði sb. n. [-s; -]

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

I.

1) klæde, stykke stof, klud

2) (udenlandsk) stof i metermål, stof som handelsvare

3) (item coll. & pl.) klædningsstykke, klæder, tøj, klædedragt

     (propr. comp.) :

 ● bera/kasta klǽði/klǽðum á vápn [e-rs]

 ● fara í klǽði

 ● fara af/ór klǽðum

 ● fǿra ór klǽðum [e-n]

 ● kostr ok klǽði

 ● taka/kasta klǽði/klǽðum [af sér]

4)

 ● vápn ok/né klǽði

5) rejseklæder

6) sengetøj, sengelinned, sengeklæder

 ● leggja klǽði [af e-m]

 ● liggja undir einum klǽðum [hjá e-rri]

 ● koma/... undir klǽði [hjá e-m]

 ● vilja undir klǽði [hjá e-m]

7) vasketøj

8) tæppe, vægtæppe

 ● tjalda með ... klǽðum [e-t]

9) dug, alterdug

10) (om baldakin)

11) (om ligklæde)

12) (om flyvende tæppe)

13) (om menstruation)

II. (y. isl.)

III. (y. no.)

Form.: klæði (56); klædi (30); klædum (20); klæðe (17); klæde (14); klæðum (13); klæða (11); klæðin (10); klæðom (7); klæda (7); clæði (6); klædin (6); klędi (4); klædit (4); klædis (3); kleðe (3); klæþe (2); clæde (2); klẻðe (2); kleðum (2); clæðe (2); clæða (2); klædunum (2); klęði (2); clæðom (2); klæðunum (2); klædvm (2); klædí (2); clęþi (2); klæðanna (2); klædinn (2); klødi (2); klædhe (2); kleðvm (1); klǫdum (1); klæiði (1); kløðit (1); clędum (1); glædum (1); klædid (1); klæðvm (1); klædenn (1); klæded (1); klædest (1); klædiss (1); clæðar (1); cleþi (1); klędum (1); cleðom (1); klædess (1); klædumm (1); cleþin (1); klǽþom (1); clęþom (1); clæþet (1); klæþvm (1); klędin (1); klede (1); klæðit (1); clęþa (1); clæþum (1); kløðe (1); klæðna (1); klỏdvm (1); kleðin (1); clǽþi (1); kleþi (1); klæþi (1); klỏðin (1); clęðum (1); clęðom (1); (1); klẻdi (1); klædhæ (1); klęðe (1); klỏðe (1); klęþom (1); Klædi (1); klǽþvm (1); klǽða (1); kledi (1); klỏði (1); clęþvm (1); klędnum (1);

Comp.: á·burðs- (1), á- (26), altara- (19), altaris- (21), bak- (2), bekk- (3), bjór- (1), blót- (1), bol- (1), bríka- (1), bríkar- (21), bríkr- (1), brúð·hlaups- (3), byskups- (1), djákna- (1), dular- (6), dul- (1), dún- (8), dýrðar- (1), dýrendis- (1), ekkju- (1), erma- (2), fjaðr- (9), font- (10), fonts- (1), fóta- (6), fǫstu- (1), gang·verju- (2), grafar- (1), grá·munka- (2), greinar- (1), guð·vefjar- (2), half·skarlats- (1), half·stykkis- (2), hand- (34), hár- (57), há·tíðis- (2), heilsu- (2), her- (27), hettu- (2), hjalm- (2), hof- (1), hos·lína- (1), hosna- (1), hryggðar- (2), hrygg·leiks- (1), hulðu- (1), hús·búnaða- (1), hvers·dags- (1), hvílu- (4), hǫfuð- (1), í·ganga- (1), í·gangs- (16), í·gǫngu- (1), kanúka- (1), karla- (1), karl- (5), karl·manna- (1), karl·manns- (5), kenni·manna- (1), kenni·manns- (8), kerz- (1), klerka- (3), konu- (1), konungs- (1), kórónu- (2), krisma- (2), krúnu- (2), kven- (5), kven·manns- (1), kyrtils- (4), kyrtla- (1), lán- (1), lausa- (1), leik·manna- (1), leppa- (1), líkams- (1), lík- (1), lín- (26), lit- (14), messu- (38), munka- (18), munks- (4), nunnu- (1), ó·gleðis- (2), ordens- (1), pall- (23), pellis- (1), pells- (23), pílagríms- (2), purpura- (10), reglu- (1), reið- (1), rekkju- (16), riddara- (4), sall- (1), sauða- (1), saur- (1), set- (2), silfr- (1), silki- (16), skarlats- (13), skinn- (6), skírnar- (6), skó- (39), skrín- (1), skrúð- (7), skyn·semðar- (1), smurningar- (1), staf·karls- (1), stein- (9), stemm- (1), stól- (4), sund- (3), sveipu- (1), sǽngar- (10), sǽngjar- (3), sǽngr- (3), sǽr- (1), sǿmðar- (2), sǫðul- (8), tígnar- (31), tjald- (1), ull- (10), undir- (1), vað·máls- (3), van- (1), varnings- (6), vás- (13), veraldar- (1), vesalðar- (1), vígslu- (5), vilðar- (1), vilja- (1), villu- (1), yfir- (35), þriðjunga- (3), þrǽls- (1)

Gloss.: EJ; ClV; Fr; Hertzb; Fischer -þ-; Rím; LP; Med -d-; AH; deVr; Fr4; NO; ÁBlM; Bl; LMNL

Litt.: Andersen 1995 257; Bandle 1956 [BA 17] 207; Blindheim 1958 [KLNM 3] 281; Bugge 1905 151; Ekberg 1981 [Gardar 12] 12, 15; Erdmann 1891 13; Falk 1919 38, 50; Frimannslund 1958 [KLNM 3] 289; Gunnar F. Guðmundsson 2000 151; Hoffmann 1963 [KLNM 8] 457; Hødnebø 1966 [KLNM 11] 43; Sandklef 1961 [KLNM 6] 666; Seip 1955 56f., 155, 190, 273, 310; Veturliði Óskarsson 2003 [BA 43] 19, 303; Wadstein 1922 8; Wadstein 1928-1936 [SB 11] 16 f.

Genre. (expected): religious works [rel]: 60 (76); family sagas [isl]: 42 (34); historical works [his]: 41 (49); legal works [jur]: 37 (27); romances [rom]: 33 (29); contemporary sagas [bis]: 32 (21); charters [dip]: 28 (22); legendary sagas [fas]: 12 (12); learned works [div]: 6 (9); unclassified [ ]: 4 (1); þættir [tot]: 1 (6);

EÞJ — April 2013

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