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ONP: Dictionary of Old Norse Prose

Word

skafa vb.

A.

[e-t]
 ● ‖ præt. part.: skafinn

á: skafa á

[!] [e-t]

af: skafa af

[e-u] [e-t] [e-m]
 ● skafa brot(t) af [!] [e-t]
 ● skafa af lífsbók [e-t]
 ● skafa lítt af manni
 ● ‖ impers.: skefr af [e-u] [e-t]

at: skafa at

[!] [e-t]

fyrir: skafa fyrir

[e-t]

í: skafa í

[e-t] [e-t]

innan: skafa innan

niðr: skafa niðr

[í e-t]

ór: skafa ór

[e-u] [e-t]

um: skafa um

[e-t]

af: skafask af

 ● skafask af lífsbók

II. (y. no.)

III. (poet.)

Forms: (32); skof (2); skefr (2); rǫskr ... skefr (2); scavitt (1); skefur (1); skopo (1); skafin (1); skafit (1); Skaf (1); skafa (1); skafid (1); skafna (1);

Compounds: vand- (1)

Gloss.: EJ ²skafa; ClV; Fr; Hertzb; Rím; LP; Med; deVr; Fr4; NO; ÁBlM

Literature: Bergman 1944 134; Björn Bjarnason 1905 131-132

Genre. (expected): religious works: 14 (12); legal works: 8 (4); family sagas: 6 (6); legendary sagas: 5 (2); romances: 4 (5); historical works: 3 (8); charters: 2 (4); unclassified: 2 (0); contemporary sagas: 2 (3); learned works: 1 (1);

Þorbjörg Helgadóttir — December 2013