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ONP: Dictionary of Old Norse Prose

Word

skyggn, skyngn adj. [compar. -ari/-ri, superl. -astr/-str]

I.

1) som kan se, (godt/klart) seende
2) skarpsynet
3) klartskuende, fremsynet
4) gennemsigtig

II. (cogn.)

Forms: skygn (28); skygnstr (5); skygnaztr (4); skygnastr (3); scygn (3); skyggn (3); skygna (2); skygnt (2); skẏgnum (2); skyngn (1); skygnnstr (1); scygt (1); skygnv (1); skygnum (1); skygnri (1); skygnare (1); skẏngt (1); scẏngne (1); scyɢn (1); skygnstur (1); scygnir (1); skẏgnnt (1); skygni (1); skygnari (1); skygnn (1); skignri (1);

Compounds: bók- (2), fé- (3), gløgg- (4), heil- (1), kven- (1), mjó- (1), mó- (1), ó- (17), snar- (2), víð- (1)

Gloss.: EJ; ClV -gn, item (all-) allskygn, (jafn) jafnskygn; ClVSuppl alskygn; Suppl2 alskygn; Fr -gn, item alskygn; Bin -gn, Skygna, -skygna, Skygni ; Rím -gn; LP; AH -gn-; deVr -gn; Fr4 -gn, item jafnskygn; NO -gn, item alskygn; ÁBlM

Literature: Kaiser 1998 105; Reichborn-Kjennerud 1944 [MM 1944] 227

Genre. (expected): religious works: 17 (17); family sagas: 17 (8); historical works: 14 (11); contemporary sagas: 14 (5); charters: 2 (5); legendary sagas: 2 (3); romances: 2 (7); legal works: 1 (6);

Þorbjörg Helgadóttir — April 2018