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ONP: Dictionary of Old Norse Prose

Word

munúð, munuð, munugð, mun·hugð, “mvðvt” sb. f. [-ar; -ir]

(cf. munygð sb. f.)

1) behag, (kødets) lyst, begær
2) (om kønsdriften) seksuel nydelse/tilfredsstillelse, seksuel drift

cf. Walter 1976 105

Forms: munud (7); munoþ (6); munuð (4); munúð (3); munut (3); mvnvgð (2); munugð (2); munhugda (2); munoþom (2); munhugðum (2); munoð (2); munuðir (2); munugðinni (1); munugdir (1); munudgin (1); munugðar (1); mvnugð (1); munugþum (1); mvnvþa (1); mvnvðvm (1); mvnvt (1); monoþ (1); mvðvt (1); munughð (1); monoþer (1); munodh (1); munuda (1); mvnvgðvm (1); munugd (1); munoðer (1); munuþom (1); mvnvð (1); manugðum (1); munoðvm (1);

Compounds: heims- (2), holds- (1), líkams- (22), of·metnaðar·skaps- (1), of- (2), veraldar- (1)

Gloss.: EJ -uð; ClV (munuð); ClVAdd munhugð; Suppl2 -uð; Fr item munhugð, munugð; LP; Med munugd; AH; deVr; Fr4; NO item munhugð, munugð; Walter; ÁBlM; Bl -uð

Literature: Gering 1916 [ANF 32] 25; Seip 1943 [MM 1943] 131-132; Seip 1955 75, 161f.; Walter 1976 105

Genre. (expected): religious works: 50 (16); historical works: 4 (10); romances: 2 (6); family sagas: 2 (7); charters: 1 (5);

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