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ONP: Dictionary of Old Norse Prose

Word

ragr adj. [superl. -astr]

I.

1) fej, kujonagtig, frygtsom, ræd
 ● ragr sem geit
 ● rǫg (...)geit
 ● rauðr ok ragr
2) (om homoseksuel) umandig, kvindeagtig, “svans”
3) (derog.) led, modbydelig

II. (cogn.)

Forms: ragr (18); ragan (12); raga (4); ragir (3); ragar (2); ragi (2); ragazt (1); rager (1); raug (1); rǫgvm (1); rꜹgu (1); ragasta (1); ragur (1); ragaztr (1); rage (1);

Compounds: hjarta- (1), ó- (4), raz- (2)

Gloss.: EJ; ClV; Fr; Hertzb; Bin Ragi; Rím; LP; deVr; Fr4; NO item Ragi; ÁBlM; BL

Literature: Bagerius 2001 [ANF 116] 31; Beckman 1936 [ANF 52] 78-81; Breisch 1994 91; Bø 1961 [KLNM 6] 478; Halvorsen 1959 [KLNM 4] 10; Hastrup 1985 181, 258 n. 5; Helga Kress 1979 [Gardar 10] 38-39; Jochens 1992 252; Jochens 1996 (Sex) 382; Males 2006 [CollMed 19] 71; Markey 1972 [MSc 5] 7; Miller 1990 61; Reichborn-Kjennerud 1933 26-28; Seip 1955 205; Ström 1974 6, 16; Swenson 1991 76; Sørensen 1980 20, 22, 67; Sørensen 1993 199; Vésteinn Ólason 1998 119

Genre. (expected): family sagas: 15 (6); romances: 10 (5); historical works: 9 (8); legendary sagas: 7 (2); contemporary sagas: 4 (3); legal works: 3 (5); þættir: 2 (1);

Simonetta Battista — September 2017