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ONP: Dictionary of Old Norse Prose

Word

saurigr, saurugr, “sỏrgum”, “sorguztu” adj. [saurgan; compar. saurgari/saurugri, superl. -astr]

1) snavset, beskidt, mudret
2) smudsig, besudlet, usømmelig

Forms: saurga (6); savrgvm (4); saurugt (4); saurgu (3); saurugri (3); savrgar (2); sauroct (2); saurugur (2); saurgan (2); saurger (2); sꜹrog (2); saurguztu (1); sỏrgum (1); savrgazta (1); sorguztu (1); sꜹrgom (1); sꜹrugrar (1); saurugr (1); saurigt (1); saurgar (1); sáurga (1); savrgi (1); sauruga (1); savrig (1); saurgara (1); saurog (1); saurug (1); savrvgtt (1); sꜹrgatzr (1); savrga (1); saurgasta (1); saurugi (1); sꜹrgvm (1); savrvg (1); savrgvztvm (1); saurig (1); sꜹrgar (1); sauruct (1); sꜹrgaztr (1); saurgo (1);

Gloss.: EJ; ClV; Fr item saurugr; Suppl4 -ugr; LP -ugr; AH -ugr; deVr (saurga) ; Fr4 item saurugr; NO item saurugr; ÁBlM (saur)

Genre. (expected): religious works: 35 (16); romances: 7 (6); historical works: 7 (11); family sagas: 5 (7); charters: 2 (5); þættir: 2 (1); contemporary sagas: 2 (4); legal works: 1 (6);

Þorbjörg Helgadóttir — December 2017