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ONP: Dictionary of Old Norse Prose

Word

mágr sb. m. [-s, dat. -i/-; -ar]

cf. Uspenskij 2007 [ANF 122] 157-179

I.

1) (om svogerskab ml. mænd) svigerfar, svigersøn, svoger
 ● frǽndr ok/né mágar
2) (om stedsøn og stedfar)

II. (cogn.)

Forms: magr (16); mágr (9); mags (9); mág (7); magar (7); mag (6); mági (4); magi (3); maghr (2); maga (2); mꜳgum (2); magꜱ (2); magha (2); mágs (2); magvm (1); maagr (1); mꜳga (1); maagi (1); Magar (1); mảgr (1); mage (1); magarnir (1); maghar (1); mageɴ (1); mꜳgs (1); maaghr (1); mꜳg (1); máága (1); magsins (1); magh (1); mágum (1);

Compounds: byskup- (1), byskups- (1), jarls- (2), konungs- (14), kǿgils- (2), kǿju- (1), meistara- (1), ná- (17), nauð- (2), prest- (2), prests- (2), ruða- (1), vand·rǽða- (2)

Gloss.: EJ; ClV; Fr; Hertzb; Bin Mág-, -mágr ; Rím; LP; AH; deVr; Fr4; NO; ÁBlM

Literature: Bergsland 1967 [MM 1967] 23; Breisch 1994 104; Finnur Jónsson 1914 [ANF 30] 171; Hamre 1976 [KLNM 20] 589; Hægstad 1916 88; Lundahl 1940 [ANF 55] 91-92; Maurer 1908 (Verw) 8, 181; Seip 1926 [MM 1926] 175; Uspenskij 2007 [ANF 122] 157-179

Genre. (expected): family sagas: 22 (11); historical works: 19 (16); religious works: 17 (24); contemporary sagas: 17 (7); charters: 6 (7); legendary sagas: 4 (4); legal works: 2 (8); learned works: 2 (3); romances: 1 (9);

Þorbjörg Helgadóttir — Oktober 2011