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ONP: Dictionary of Old Norse Prose

Word

óðal sb. n. [-s, dat. óð(a)li/óðrli; óðul, dat. óðlum/óðrlum]

Status: excerpted citation slips citation text supplemented structured definitions in Danish definitions in English

I.

1) (item pl. óðul) hjemland, fædreland, fædrene arv

 ● himneskt óðal

2) jordejendom, ejendomsret til jord (i almindelighed, cf. Hertzb def. 1)

 ● eign ok/... óðal

 ● erfð ok/... óðal

 ● flýja óðul sín [ór e-u]

 

3) (jur.) (spec. Norge) (om jordejendomsret/jordejendom knyttet til slægten) odel, odelsret, odelsjord, odelsgods

 ● arf ok óðal

 ● bjóða óðal [e-m]

 ● brigða óðal sitt, brigða óðali sínu

 ● dula óðals benægte (ngns) odelsret deny (sby’s) allodial right

 ● aurar ok óðal/óðul

 ● fylgja óðlum  1) gå sammen med odelgods

 ● fylgja óðlum  2) være odelsberettiget

 ● játa óðli

 ● kveðja óðals [e-n]

 ● nǽstr óðli, nǽstr at óðli

4) (om statsretslige forhold, cf. Hertzb def. 4)

5) kendemærke, adelsmærke

II. (y. no.)

Form.: oðal (20); odals (9); oðol (8); oðrlom (8); oðals (6); odul (5); oðlum (5); óðul (5); oþol (5); odal (5); oðrle (5); oðla (4); odle (3); odulum (2); oþvl (2); oðala (2); oðall (2); oþala (2); oðli (2); oðaul (2); oðle (2); óðala (2); oðul (2); odale (2); oðalum (2); oðali (1); odalꜱ (1); ódali (1); oðvlvm (1); odala (1); odỏlin (1); odol (1); óðals (1); odalet (1); óðal (1); ǫðul (1); oðale (1); odlom (1); odaltt (1); ódlum (1); odhal (1); odholl (1); odolum (1); odlí (1); oðoll (1); oþals (1); oðrla (1); oðál (1); oþꜹl (1); óðali (1);

Comp.: alda- (16), auðnar- (1), far·manna- (1), hauga- (1), haug- (3), haugs- (1), paradísar- (1)

Gloss.: EJ; ClV; ClVAdd; Fr; Hertzb; Suppl4; Rím; LP; AH; deVr; Fr4 item -oðal; NO; ÁBlM; Bl

Litt.: Bjørkvik 1993 [CollMed 5] 13; Bugge 1905 21-22; Bøe 1961 [KLNM 6] 253; Gurevich 1970 [MSc 2] 42, 45; Hamre 1962 [KLNM 7] 525; Hastrup 1985 190, 201; Housken 1954 [ANF 69] 31; Hægstad 1915 75; Hægstad 1916 84; Kock 1934 [ANF 50] 340-341; Leonard 2010 [VMS 6] 154-156; Lundahl 1944 [ANF 58] 15; Maurer 1907Ï 127, 128, 185, 223, 227; Maurer 1907ÏÏ 118, 123, 127-129, 131-132...; Maurer 1908 (Kirch) 666, 670; Maurer 1908 (Verw) 72, 100, 170, 193, 243-245 ...; Maurer 1909 118, 197, 200-202, 468 ...; Maurer 1910 149, 488, 568, 588, 593 ...; Páll Vídalín 1854 367 ff.; Robberstad 1967 [KLNM 12] 493; Ruthström 2002 27-30, 82, 138, 142-143, 145; Sanmark 2006 [CollMed 19] 44-46; Seip 1929 [ANF 45] 273; Taranger 1913 159ff; Vestergaard 1988 [MSc 12] 174, 178-182

Genre. (expected): legal works: 64 (13); historical works: 28 (23); religious works: 13 (36); charters: 10 (10); unclassified: 5 (1); romances: 5 (14); family sagas: 3 (16); þættir: 3 (3); legendary sagas: 2 (6); learned works: 2 (4); contemporary sagas: 2 (10);

SB — February 2014

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