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ONP: Dictionary of Old Norse Prose

Word

níð sb. n. [-s]

1) forhånelse/ærekrænkelse af særlig art, nid, niddigt, smædevise

cf. Sørensen 1980 12, 33, 35

 ● til háðungar eða níðs [e-m]
 ● kveða/yrkja níð [um e-n]
2) skamstøtte
 ● reisa níð [e-m]

cf. Almqvist 1967 [KLNM 12] 296

Forms: níð (14); nid (7); niðs (4); níðs (3); niði (2); nið (2); níðít (1); níd (1); niþs (1); niðit (1); niþ (1); niþitt (1); nidz (1); niþit (1);

Compounds: half- (3), jarls- (2), tré- (3), tungu- (4)

Gloss.: EJ; ClV; Fr; Hertzb; Rím; LP; deVr; Fr4; NO; ÁBlM ¹níð; Bl

Literature: Almqvist 1967 [KLNM 12] 295 ff.; Breisch 1994 91; Finlay 2001 [Alvíssm 10] 21-42; Guðni Jónsson 1936 [ÍF 7] 51; Guðrún Nordal 1998 172; Hamre 1958 [KLNM 3] 494; Hamre 1976 [KLNM 20] 557; Hastrup 1985 180 + note 4; Jochens 1996 (Sex) 382; Lundeby 1947 [ANF 62] 89; Markey 1972 [MSc 5] 7, 12 f., 16; Pizarro 1982 [MSc 11] 149, 151, 153; Raudvere 2005 [VMS 1] 181, 194, 199; Steblin-Kamenskij 1982 [MSc 11] 159; Ström 1974 3-20; Swenson 1991 11, 28; Sørensen 1980 12, 33, 35; Sørensen 1993 182, 239f.; Taylor 1993 [Alvíssm 2] 112 ff.; Viðar Pálsson 2008 [Gripla 19] 137

Genre. (expected): historical works: 12 (7); family sagas: 12 (5); legal works: 7 (4); þættir: 6 (1); religious works: 2 (10); contemporary sagas: 1 (3);

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