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ONP: Dictionary of Old Norse Prose

Word

málugr adj. [málgan; superl. málgastr]

I.

[um e-t] snakkesalig, åbenmundet, højtråbende

II. (cogn.)

Forms: málugr (8); malgir (4); malugr (4); málgir (3); malger (2); málgar (2); málga (2); malugs (1); mólog (1); malogr (1); malv́gr (1); malgastur (1); malgan (1); ma̋lugur (1); mólger (1); malugur (1); mꜳlug (1); málgi (1); málgu (1);

Compounds: and- (3), bak- (10), ber- (1), fagr- (1), fá- (29), fast- (2), fjǫl- (4), góð- (2), heimsk- (1), heims- (2), hlǿgi- (4), ill- (5), kapp- (1), karp- (1), kofr- (1), kǫpur- (1), marg- (5), óða- (3), óð- (4), ó- (10), sann- (1), sí- (2), slétt- (1), spak- (2), stór- (1), títt- (1), víg- (1), ǫr- (2)

Gloss.: EJ (máligr); ClV máligr, (all-) allmálugr ; Fr item allmálugr, máligr; Hertzb item ofmálugr; Suppl4 -ò-, item ofmálugr; Bin Málga, -málgi ; Rím; LP -ò-; AH; deVr; Fr4 item allmálugr, ofmálugr; NO item máligr, ofmálugr; ÁBlM side: máligr; BL

Literature: Bergljót S. Kristjánsdóttir 1997 [Skáldsk 4] 77; Bugge 1905 [ANF 21] 269; Finnur Jónsson 1914 [ANF 30] 172; Kålund 1888 [ANF 4] 189; Sørensen 1993 218f.

Genre. (expected): family sagas: 16 (4); historical works: 7 (6); religious works: 6 (10); romances: 4 (4); contemporary sagas: 2 (3); legal works: 1 (3); learned works: 1 (1);

Aldís Sigurðardóttir — April 2017