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ONP: Dictionary of Old Norse Prose

Word

orlof sb. n. [-s]

(cf. orðlof sb. n.)

I.

1) tilladelse, samtykke, orlov, rejsetilladelse
 ● biðja/beiða/beiðask orlofs/orlof
 ● gefa (gott) orlof [■ / til e-s] [e-m]
  1 [e-rs / af e-m] med (ngns) tilladelse
  2 med tilladelse, med forlov
 ● taka orlof [af e-m] tage afsked
2) audiens
3) (for orðlof sb. n. def. 1) lovprisning, berømmelse, ros

II. (y. no.)

Forms: orlof (92); orlofi (19); orlofs (18); orlofui (4); orlofe (2); orllof (2); orlofit (2); ▹o◃rlof (1); orllove (1); ỏrlofi (1); orlỏf (1); orlofue (1); orllofue (1);

Compounds: at·lǫgu- (3), braut·ferðar- (5), burt·farar- (1), byskupa- (1), byskups- (5), heim·ferðar- (1), inn·gǫngu- (1), kirkju·garðs- (2), leigu- (1), lǫgu- (1)

Gloss.: EJ; ClV; Fr ór-; FrErr3 ór-; Hertzb; Fischer; Rím; deVr (orleyfi); Fr4; NO; ÁBlM (²or), (orleyfi); Bl

Literature: Hægstad 1915 94; Höfler 1931 [ANF 47] 278; Seip 1955 210, 285; Veturliði Óskarsson 2003 [BA 43] 30, 103, 109, 290, 366

Genre. (expected): religious works: 53 (38); romances: 22 (15); historical works: 18 (25); contemporary sagas: 15 (10); family sagas: 13 (17); legal works: 8 (13); charters: 8 (11); legendary sagas: 6 (6); unclassified: 1 (1); þættir: 1 (3);

Simonetta Battista — Februar 2014