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ONP: Dictionary of Old Norse Prose

Word

náungr, nángr sb. m. [-s, dat. -i; -ar]

(cf. náungi sb. m.)

1) nærstående person, slægtning, pårørende
2) medmenneske, (relig.) næste (cf. lat. proximus)
 ● elska (guðs ok) náungs

Forms: naung (5); navngi (4); navng (3); naungi (3); naunga (3); naungsins (3); nꜵgns (2); navnga (2); nonga (2); naengia (2); náúngum (2); navngvm (2); nónge (2); nanginn (1); nꜵngs (1); nanvng (1); naungr (1); naongha (1); náúnginum (1); nangom (1); nngs (1); naunginum (1); naunginn (1); nꜵng (1); nꜳvngur (1); nꜵngum (1); nanga (1); náungsins (1); naunnga (1); nangi (1); náung (1); naungum (1); nǫ́nga (1); nannga (1); náúnginn (1); naaungh (1); nǫngom (1); nang (1); nongana (1); návnginvm (1); náungar (1); naingiom (1); nánga (1); nꜳungs (1); naungs (1); nꜵnge (1); naangr (1); nng (1);

Gloss.: EJ (náungi); ClV; ClVSuppl nóngr; Suppl2 nóngr; Fr item nóngr; LP -ò-; AH nángr ; NO item nángr; ÁBlM (náungi)

Literature: Lindblad 1952 179; Seip 1955 308

Genre. (expected): religious works: 51 (18); charters: 6 (5); contemporary sagas: 4 (5); legal works: 3 (7); historical works: 2 (12); family sagas: 2 (8); þættir: 1 (2); legendary sagas: 1 (3);

Simonetta Battista — Februar 2013