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ONP: Dictionary of Old Norse Prose

Word

2sannr, saðr, “sand-”, “sant-” adj. [-an; compar. -ari, superl. -astr]

I.

1) sand, sandfærdig, virkelig, retmæssig
 ● sannr guð
 ● sannr ok sǿrr
 ● gera satt [e-t]
 ● (þér/...) satt (til) at segja
 ● satt segi ek yðr/...
 ● hafa fyrir satt [e-t]
 ● hafa fyrir sǫnnu [e-n]
 ● it sanna
 ● sagðr sǫnnu
 ● segja/... með sǫnnu
 ● verða at sǫnnu [e-m]
 ● á sǫnnu
 ● at sǫnnu
 ● fyrir satt/sǫnnu
 ● með sǫnnu
 ● til sanns
 ● hafa sannara
2) (om ædelmetal) ægte
3) oprigtig, ærlig, inderlig
4) [at e-u] pålidelig, uomtvistelig, sikker, troværdig
 ● sannr ok sýnn
 ● spyrja/... til sanns [e-t]
 ● vita til sanns
5) passende, rimelig
 ● sannara rettere, hellere
6) [e-s / at e-u] (som kendes) skyldig (i ngt)
 ● kunnr ok/eða sannr [at e-u]

II. (y. no.)

Forms: satt (104); sannr (43); sanz (27); sannara (24); sanna (23); sonnu (20); sannare (15); sannz (14); sannu (11); sỏnnu (10); sannast (10); sannan (8); sannar (7); Satt (7); sannir (6); saunnu (6); saðr (6); sönnu (6); sandz (6); saɴa (5); sanns (5); Sat (5); sǫnnu (5); sanner (5); sannazt (4); sonno (4); sanre (4); sonnv (4); saþr (4); sannari (4); sat (3); sꜹɴo (3); sannazta (3); sátt (3); sannur (3); sannasta (3); sꜵɴo (3); sonn (3); saɴz (2); sǫnn (2); sönn (2); sǫnnv (2); saɴi (2); sꜷɴ (2); sannann (2); sannum (2); saɴara (2); soɴo (2); saþrar (2); sanzs (2); sannír (2); savɴ (2); saunnum (2); sꜹnnu (2); sannri (2); saɴan (1); sönnum (1); sannazst (1); sadr (1); sꜹno (1); sonvm (1); sỏn (1); sonnum (1); sannrar (1); sỏnnv (1); sønno (1); sanrar (1); sꜹɴɴ (1); sát (1); saɴar (1); sǫnnum (1); sꜳtt (1); soɴ (1); saunno (1); sannra (1); sannaz (1); sꜳ̋tt (1); sꜳnnri (1); sans (1); sannner (1); sannaste (1); sꜹn (1); sana (1); sỏɴum (1); sꜵnnu (1); sꜹnno (1); sỏɴu (1); sanr (1); sꜹɴ (1); savnv (1); Saᴛ (1); Sỏnnu (1); sꜹnnv (1); sants (1); saunnvm (1); sanðz (1); ÷÷÷sönnu (1); sadrar (1); saþre (1); saɴri (1); sannri (1); sỏnn (1); sanni (1); savɴv (1); sanri (1); sannarra (1); sꜹnnom (1); saɴir (1); sanan (1); son (1);

Compounds: dag- (2), ein- (1), full- (1), ó- (32), vitnis- (4)

Gloss.: EJ ¹sannr; ClV item (jafn) jafnsannr, saðr; ClVAdd item sattna; Suppl1 sannara adv. compar.; Fr item ²saðr, sannara adv. compar.; Hertzb; Suppl4 item jamsannr; Rím; LP item allsannr ; Med; AH; deVr (sanna); Fr4 item jafnsannr; NO item ³saðr, sannara adv. compar.; ÁBlM item ²sað(u)r, (²sannur)

Literature: Beck 1999 1; Finnur Jónsson 1914 [ANF 30] 182; Gering 1916 [ANF 32] 26; Heidermanns 1993 458-459, 469-470; Jón G. Friðjónsson 1997 97; Seip 1955 52 137 139 172f 184f 191 299f; Seip 1955 52, 137, 191f.; Sverdrup 1911 [ANF 27] 29; von See 1964 227-234

Genre. (expected): religious works: 127 (134); historical works: 96 (87); family sagas: 59 (61); legal works: 59 (48); romances: 45 (52); charters: 38 (39); contemporary sagas: 34 (37); learned works: 26 (15); þættir: 15 (11); legendary sagas: 13 (21); unclassified: 3 (2);

Þorbjörg Helgadóttir — November 2017