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ONP: Dictionary of Old Norse Prose

Word

múgr, mýgr sb. m. [-s, dat. -i/-]

(cf. múgi sb. m.)

[e-rs/e-s] flok, hærskare, menneskeskare, folkemængde
 ● múgr lands
 ● múgr manns
 ● múgr ok margmenni

Forms: mugr (12); múgr (9); mug (9); múg (6); muginum (5); mvgr (4); mugur (4); mugrinn (3); (2); mugenom (2); mvginom (2); mvgrinn (2); mugh (2); mvgnom (1); mugiɴ (1); mugurenn (1); mughinum (1); mugriɴ (1); mv̈g (1); muggrinn (1); mvgvr (1); mvginvm (1); múginum (1); mughr (1); mugsins (1); múginom (1); mugrin (1); ÷÷÷múginn (1); mugrenn (1); mugínum (1); mwg (1); mvg (1); mv́g (1); mygrin (1); mugsens (1);

Compounds: al- (23), bónda- (10), borgar- (1), búanda- (7), lands- (8), liðs- (1), mann- (4), marg·mennis- (1), marg- (1), munka- (1)

Gloss.: EJ (múgi); ClV; Fr; Rím; deVr (múgi); Fr4; NO; ÁBlM (múgi); Bl

Literature: Hægstad 1899 46

Genre. (expected): historical works: 36 (14); romances: 16 (8); religious works: 10 (21); contemporary sagas: 7 (6); legendary sagas: 6 (3); family sagas: 5 (9); þættir: 2 (2); unclassified: 2 (0);

Þorbjörg Helgadóttir — Marts 2013