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ONP: Dictionary of Old Norse Prose

Word

naust sb. n. [-s/-(Fær 137¹); -]

I.

bådehus, bådeskur, ‘nøst’

cf. Stigum 1967 [KLNM 12] 251-252

II. (propr. topogr.)

Forms: naust (13); naustinu (8); nausti (3); nꜹsti (3); navst (2); nausted (2); naustz (2); nꜹst (1); navstit (1); naúste (1); naustid (1); nausta (1); naustzins (1); nꜹstz (1); noust (1); navstzins (1); navsta (1); nausten (1); navsti (1); naustum (1); naustino (1);

Compounds: hurða- (1), rima- (2), torf- (1), þarfenda- (1)

Gloss.: EJ; ClV; Fr; Hertzb; Rím; LP; deVr; Fr4; NO; ÁBlM; BL

Literature: Bjorvand 1994 128, 138; Falk 1912 27 f., 30, 85; Hægstad 1915 43; Kålund 1877 513; Marwick 1952 21, 33, 46; Olsen 1932 [MM 1932] 140; Stigum 1967 [KLNM 12] 251-252; Valtýr Guðmundsson 1889 226, 252; Weinmann 1994 338-339

Genre. (expected): family sagas: 16 (5); historical works: 13 (8); legal works: 6 (4); contemporary sagas: 5 (3); charters: 4 (3); romances: 2 (5); legendary sagas: 1 (2);

Simonetta Battista — December 2012