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ONP: Dictionary of Old Norse Prose

Word

nýtr, {“nýtin”} adj. [compar. -ri, superl. nýztr/nýtastr]

1) [e-u / at e-u / til e-s] nyttig, som er til gavn og nytte, gavnlig, brugbar
 ● nýtr (at) engu [til e-s] [e-m]
 ● nýtr til einskis
 ● vera með nýtu
 ● verðr nýtt [e-m] [at e-u] (ngn) får gavn (af ngt)
 ● at engu nýtu
 ● til (einskis/...) nýts
2) duelig, habil, kompetent, dygtig
3*) ?hæderlig, ?ærlig
4) (jur.) gyldig

Forms: nytt (11); nytr (9); nyt (6); nýtr (5); nytur (5); nýtt (3); nýt (3); nytum (3); nýtir (2); nytazti (2); nytz (2); nytra (2); nytir (2); nytasti (1); nytv (1); nvto (1); nyto (1); nytʀ (1); nytrar (1); nyttra (1); nýtra (1); nýter (1); nýtur (1); nýtu (1); nýzti (1); nýtri (1); nïtt (1); nyts (1); nýtasti (1); nitt (1); nyz (1); nyzti (1); nẏtann (1);

Compounds: fá- (23), fé- (1), half- (1), kven- (2), ó- (142)

Gloss.: EJ; ClV; Fr; Hertzb; Rím; LP item allnýtr, alnýtr; AH; deVr; Fr4; NO; ÁBlM; Bl

Literature: Finnur Jónsson 1914 [ANF 30] 175; Heidermanns 1993 426-427

Genre. (expected): religious works: 15 (19); historical works: 13 (12); family sagas: 12 (9); romances: 8 (7); legal works: 7 (7); contemporary sagas: 5 (5); legendary sagas: 5 (3); þættir: 4 (2); charters: 4 (5); learned works: 2 (2);

Þorbjörg Helgadóttir — September 2017