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ONP: Dictionary of Old Norse Prose

Word

kǫttr, kattr sb. m. [kattar, dat. ketti; kettir, acc. kǫttu]

I.

1) kat
2) (kat i den nordiske mytologi)

II. (cogn.)

Forms: ketti (5); kottur (3); kattar (3); kavtt (3); katt (2); kauttr (2); kattr (2); kattarins (2); kottu (2); kꜹttr (2); kavttriɴ (2); kỏttur (1); kautt (1); kꜹttriɴ (1); kottv (1); kættir (1); kettinvm (1); kauttur (1); kott (1); cettir (1); cꜹ́ᴛr (1); kỏttr (1); kietti (1); Kóttur (1); kavttr (1); kauttum (1); kỏtturinn (1); kǫttr (1); kꜹttvm (1); kettir (1); katturinn (1); katr (1); kette (1); ketter (1); kauttu (1); kavttvm (1);

Compounds: fjala- (1), hreysi- (8), ígul- (2), tré- (1), urðar- (1)

Gloss.: EJ; ClV; Fr item kattr; Hertzb; Fischer; Bin item -kõttr ; LP; Med kattr; deVr item kattr; Fr4 item kattr; NO item kattr; ÁBlM (¹köttur) ; BL

Literature: Bernström 1963 [KLNM 8] 363; Finnur Jónsson 1914 [ANF 30] 105; Finnur Jónsson 1934-1935 [APS 9] 298; Grøtvedt 1939 38, 52; Holtsmark 1962-1965 [SB 16] 148 ff.; Hødnebø 1966 [KLNM 11] 43; Kålund 1907 (434) 45; Lundeby 1947 [ANF 62] 80; Seip 1955 18; Veturliði Óskarsson 2003 [BA 43] 92

Genre. (expected): historical works: 12 (9); learned works: 12 (2); religious works: 9 (14); legal works: 5 (5); romances: 5 (5); family sagas: 4 (6); þættir: 3 (1); legendary sagas: 2 (2); contemporary sagas: 1 (4);

Aldís Sigurðardóttir — August 2012