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ONP: Dictionary of Old Norse Prose

Word

nautr sb. m. [-s; -ar]

(cf. nauti sb. m.)

1) fælle, kammerat
2) giver (af kostbarhed/gave)
   ‖  (propr. comp.):

Forms: naut (43); nꜹtr (4); nautur (4); nauta (3); navt (3); nauth (2); nautrinn (2); navta (2); navtr (2); nautar (1); nautum (1); nautz (1); nꜹt (1); nꜹtar (1); nautr (1); navtar (1);

Compounds: bekkju- (8), búða- (2), búðu- (7), dróttningar- (1), dvergs- (2), erki·byskups- (2), farar- (1), fǫru- (41), jarð·húss- (1), jarls- (7), jǫkuls- (1), karls- (2), kaupu- (11), kerlingar- (2), konungs- (13), legu- (3), lǫgu- (45), mǫtu- (21), óðal- (2), óðals- (4), ráða- (1), ráðu- (10), risa- (1), sessu- (13), skjald·varnar- (1), skulda- (3), skuldar- (4), skuldu- (17), sǫku- (6), yrkju- (1), þingu- (14), þjófs- (6)

Gloss.: EJ (cf. corr.); ClV; Fr; Hertzb; Rím; LP; AH; deVr (nauti); Fr4; NO; ÁBlM; Bl

Literature: Bugge 1905 [ANF 21] 261-274; Falk 1914 57, 83, 116, 146 n. 1, 177; Holtsmark 1956 [MM 1956] 107-108; Kock 1905 [ANF 21] 112f; Svenning 1907 [ANF 23] 1ff; Torfing 2015 [ANF 130] passim

Genre. (expected): family sagas: 30 (8); legendary sagas: 13 (3); contemporary sagas: 8 (5); romances: 6 (7); legal works: 5 (6); historical works: 4 (11); learned works: 3 (2); þættir: 2 (1); charters: 1 (5);

Simonetta Battista — Februar 2013