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ONP: Dictionary of Old Norse Prose

Word

sál, “sol” sb. f. [-ar, dat. -u/-; -ir]

(cf. sála sb. f.)

I.

1) sjæl, ånd
 ● líf ok sál
 ● sverja upp á sál [e-rs]
2) (om menneske)

II. (y. no.)

Forms: sal (22); saal (8); sꜳl (7); salum (4); sál (4); sꜳ̋l (3); salir (3); salo (3); saalar (3); salu (3); sall (3); salvm (2); sálin (2); salar (2); sꜳlir (2); salin (2); sol (2); salina (2); säl (1); Sꜳ̋l (1); salen (1); salinni (1); saalin (1); salír (1); sálu (1); sa̋lir (1); salv (1); sꜳlar (1); saalo (1); Salu (1); saall (1); sl (1); sálen (1); salín (1); salernar (1);

Compounds: einka- (1), hǫfðingja- (1), ǫlmusu- (1)

Gloss.: EJ; ClV (sála); Fr; Hertzb; Suppl4; Fischer sál(a); LP -ò-; AH; deVr; Fr4; NO; ÁBlM ¹sál; Bl ¹sál

Literature: Seip 1955 66f., 82, 85, 125; Steinsland 1990 [CollMed 3] 64; von Friesen 1903 [ANF 19] 341f

Genre. (expected): religious works: 22 (24); historical works: 18 (16); charters: 14 (7); contemporary sagas: 11 (7); legal works: 11 (9); romances: 7 (9); learned works: 5 (3); þættir: 3 (2); unclassified: 2 (0); family sagas: 1 (11);

Ellert Þór Jóhannsson — Juli 2013