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ONP: Dictionary of Old Norse Prose

Word

níðingr sb. m. [-s, dat. -i/-; -ar]

I.

1) foragtet person, nidding, kujon, usling, skurk

cf. Sørensen 1980 37-38

 ● hvers manns níðingr
2) [fyrir e-m] forræder, bedrager
3) (jur.) (om fredløs/retsløs person, cf. Hertzb)
4) (om frafalden kristen ɔ:) apostat
5) (om djævel)

II. (cogn.)

III. (proprial.)

(om sværd)

IV. (poesi)

.

Forms: niðingr (15); níðingr (10); nidingr (7); niðingar (5); niþingr (5); niþing (4); nidingar (3); nydingur (2); nijdinngar (2); nidingvr (1); niðingh (1); Niþinge (1); niðinginn (1); níðingi (1); nidings (1); niþings (1); níðíngr (1); niþinngar (1); niðing (1); niþingi (1); niþingar (1); Nidingr (1); níðingar (1); níðing (1); nijdingr (1); niðingarnir (1); níðíngí (1); nijdinngur (1); nidingum (1); ÷÷÷níðingr (1); (1); niðengar (1);

Compounds: fals- (1), fé- (1), goð- (1), grið- (33), guð- (24), guðs- (1), konungs- (1), mann- (2), mat- (1), meðal·mann- (2), meðal- (2)

Gloss.: EJ; ClV; Fr; Hertzb; Bin; Rím; LP; AH; deVr; Fr4; NO; ÁBlM; Bl

Literature: Almazán 2000 [MSc 13] 169; Bagge 2011 [CollMed 24] 154; Falk 1914 57; Finnur Jónsson 1914 [ANF 30] 175; Marstrander 1915 67; Maurer 1907Ï 183; Maurer 1910 695; Nordling 1938 10-11; Pipping 1948 59-79; Sørensen 1980 37-38; Sørensen 1993 196; Thorvaldsen 2011 [VMS 7] ; von See 1964 114-116, 132

Genre. (expected): historical works: 21 (12); religious works: 18 (19); family sagas: 12 (9); legal works: 9 (7); romances: 8 (7); legendary sagas: 5 (3); contemporary sagas: 2 (5); þættir: 1 (2);

Simonetta Battista — Marts 2013