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ONP: Dictionary of Old Norse Prose

Word

pungr, “-nk-” sb. m. [-s, dat. -i/-; -ar]

I.

pengepung, pung, (skind)pose
 ● hafa í pung(i) [sér / sínum] [e-n/e-t]

II. (cogn.)

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Forms: pung (13); pvng (6); pungi (6); pungr (6); pungur (5); punginn (4); punkr (3); pvngi (3); punngur (2); pungar (1); pungh (1); pungs (1); pvngs (1); punga (1); punnginn (1); pungz (1); Pungr (1); púngi (1); punge (1); punngi (1); (1); pungum (1); pvnge (1);

Compounds: -beltis-, bróka·beltis- (3), húsl- (1), konu- (1), panzara- (1), pilta- (1), silki- (4), skjóðu- (1), smá- (1), tafl- (3)

Gloss.: EJ; ClV; ClVSuppl punkr; Fr; Hertzb; Fischer; Bin item -pungr ; Rím; deVr; Fr4; NO; ÁBlM; BL

Literature: Wallem 1910 63

Genre. (expected): charters: 12 (4); historical works: 11 (9); romances: 11 (6); religious works: 7 (15); contemporary sagas: 6 (4); learned works: 5 (2); family sagas: 4 (7); legal works: 3 (5); legendary sagas: 2 (2); unclassified: 1 (0);

Þorbjörg Helgadóttir — Januar 2014