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ONP: Dictionary of Old Norse Prose

Word

mjǫk, {“mieg”}, {“mig”} adv.

(cf. meirr adv. compar.)

Forms: miok (96); miog (74); mjǫk (57); mioc (56); mjök (14); míog (12); miỏg (8); míǫk (6); miỏk (4); miǫk (3); miꜷc (3); miǫc (3); mieg (2); miøk (2); míok (2); miꜷk (1); miog (1); Miog (1); Mioc (1); miög (1); meok (1); mek (1); meoc (1); mioc (1); (1); miokk (1); mok (1); Miỏg (1); mivg (1); miǫg (1); miug (1); miǿc (1); Mjǫk (1); mjög (1); Mjoc (1); miøc (1); mig (1);

Compounds: full- (1), í- (1), raun- (6), stór- (10)

Gloss.: EJ; ClV item (all-) allmjõk, (jafn) jafnmjök; Fr item allmjök ; Hertzb item ofmjõk; Suppl4 item meok, mjog, jammjok, ofmjok ; Rím allmjõg ; LP item allmjõk; Med miog, miok; AH item iammiok, ofmiok; deVr; Fr4 item allmjõk, jafnmjõk, mjõg, ofmjõk; NO item allmjõk, ofmjõk; ÁBlM (mjög) ; Bl mjög, item allmjõg

Literature: Hansen 1983 [ANF 98] 9, 10; Sturtevant 1946-1947 [SS 19] 15-17

Genre. (expected): family sagas: 104 (46); religious works: 78 (101); historical works: 59 (66); learned works: 32 (12); contemporary sagas: 32 (28); romances: 28 (39); legendary sagas: 15 (16); þættir: 7 (8); legal works: 6 (36); charters: 2 (29); unclassified: 1 (1);