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ONP: Dictionary of Old Norse Prose

Word

laug sb. f. [-ar; dat. -u/-; -ar]

I.

1) vaskevand, fad med vaskevand, vandbeholder
2) om det at vaske sig eller bade
 ● taka laugar
3) (om tårebad)
4) kar/bassin hvor der bades, bad i kar/bassin
 ● gera/búa laug [e-m]
5) (på Island) udendørs bassin med vand fra varm kilde (hvor der bades og vaskes tøj)
6) (om Snorri’s bassin, Snorralaug)
7*) def?

II. (propr. topogr.)

Forms: laugar (24); laug (16); laugu (13); lavgv (6); lavgar (4); lavg (3); lꜹg (2); lꜹgar (2); laugarnar (1); laugina (1); Laug (1); lꜹgna (1); lꜹ́g (1); lꜹgo (1); laugin (1); lavgarennar (1); ▹lav◃g (1); lavginne (1); lꜹgh (1); laughar (1); laugarinnar (1); lauginni (1); laughr (1); laugunne (1); lavgvnni (1); logv (1); lauga (1);

Compounds: altaris·mund- (1), bakstr·mund- (1), bolla·mund- (1), fonts·mund- (1), gull·mund- (1), hand- (33), hár- (1), heilsu- (1), jarð- (1), ker- (14), kirkju·mund- (1), lýsi·mund- (1), mis·kunnar- (1), mund- (52), sacrarium·mund- (3), silfr·mund- (3), skírnar·mund- (1), smá·mund- (1), sund- (1), vatns·mund- (2)

Gloss.: EJ; ClV; Fr; Hertzb; Rím; LP; Med; AH; deVr ¹laug; Fr4; NO; ÁBlM; BL

Literature: Bjorvand 1994 134, 223; Falk 1914 (Sól) 20-29; Falk 1919 39; Kaiser 1998 96; Kuhn 1945-1946 [NB 33] 172-178, 181-195; Kålund 1877 512; Magnús M. Lárusson 1956 [KLNM 1] 298; Seip 1949 [ANF 64] 160; Seip 1955 150; Seip 1957 [KLNM 2] 616

Genre. (expected): contemporary sagas: 24 (6); family sagas: 19 (10); religious works: 19 (23); historical works: 13 (15); þættir: 4 (2); romances: 4 (9); charters: 3 (7); legal works: 2 (8); legendary sagas: 1 (4);

Ellert Þór Jóhannsson — Marts 2012