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ONP: Dictionary of Old Norse Prose

Word

móðir, móður sb. f.

(cf. mǿðr sb. f.)

Status: excerpted citation slips citation text supplemented structured definitions in Danish definitions in English

1) [e-rs / at e-m] mor, moder

2) bedstemor
 ● gǫmul móðir

3) (spec. om den hellige guds moder Maria)

 ● móðir miskunnar/...

4) (om abbedisse)

5) (om lærer/opdrager)

6) (om moder jord)

7) moderdyr

8) (om kristendom, spec. den katolske kirke)

 ● almennilig móðir

 ● mǽr ok móðir

 ● hin rómverska móðir

9) (om moderkirken i Rom el. hovedkirke generelt)

10) [e-s] ophav (til ngt)

Form.: modir (14); modur (12); moðir (10); moder (9); mæðr (7); moþir (7); móþor (6); moðer (6); mædr (6); móðir (5); moðor (5); móður (4); mœðr (4); móþer (3); mꝍðr (3); moþur (2); mỏdur (2); mæðrinni (2); mędrinnar (2); modr (2); mędr (2); moðoʀ (2); moþor (2); mædur (2); mỏdvr (2); moðvr (2); módir (1); moþvr (1); mę́ðr (1); mỏður (1); mædrinnar (1); Mœðrnar (1); moður (1); móðor (1); moðerena (1); (1); modurinn (1); modirin (1); modvren (1); møðr (1); møðriɴi (1); modrene (1); modvr (1); mœder (1); Mædr (1); moðirin (1); moðr (1); mę́þr (1); mæv̇ðr (1); medr (1); mæðrinnar (1); mỏdir (1); męðr (1);

Comp.: barna- (4), barns- (2), danz- (1), drengja- (2), for- (1), fóstr- (14), friðlu- (1), fǫður- (17), goð- (1), guð- (4), guðs- (8), hesta- (3), jarla- (5), konunga- (13), konungs- (7), lǽri- (6), mat- (2), mis·kunnar- (7), móður- (12), stjúp- (13), til·ǿskingar- (1), ver- (5)

Gloss.: EJ; ClV; Fr; Hertzb; Suppl4; Bin -móðir; Rím; LP; Med -od-; AH; deVr; Fr4; NO; ÁBlM; Bl

Litt.: Gering 1916 [ANF 32] 24; Gunnar F. Guðmundsson 2000 284; Hægstad 1915 52; Jochens 1996 (Mother) 211-217; Kahle 1901 [ANF 17] 99f; Olsen 1932 (GrønRun) 247 note 6; Seip 1949 [ANF 64] 163; Seip 1955 72, 135, 243, 254; Sigurður Skúlason 1929-1930 [APS 4] 120

Genre. (expected): religious works: 62 (38); romances: 15 (15); charters: 14 (11); legal works: 14 (14); historical works: 12 (25); family sagas: 10 (17); contemporary sagas: 9 (11); learned works: 8 (4); legendary sagas: 4 (6); þættir: 1 (3); unclassified: 1 (1);

ÞH — February 2013

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