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ONP: Dictionary of Old Norse Prose

Word

sonr, son, sunr, sun, “synr”, “syn”, “sen-”, “seyn-”, “søyn-”, “sǿn-”, “søn-”, “sǫn-” sb. m. [-ar, dat. syni; synir, acc. sonu, syni]

I.

1) søn
     (propr. comp.):
2) (om føl)
3) (jur.) arving med samme rettigheder/forpligtelser som en søn
4) (om yngre arvtager/efterfølger)
5) åndelig søn
6) (i faderlig tiltale til ubeslægtet mand med lavere social status:) ‘(min) søn’
7) menneskeheden
 ● synir ... manna
8) (pl. synir) guds menighed
     (propr. comp.):
 ● synir guðs
9) (om Jesus)
     (propr. comp.):
 ● sonr guðs
 ● sonr/son manns
10) (om ond person)

II. (y. no)

Forms: son (67); sonr (50); synir (43); syni (38); sonar (28); sono (10); sun (10); sonum (10); senir (9); svn (9); sønir (6); sunar (6); seni (5); sunu (5); sunr (5); Synir (5); sona (5); sunum (5); svnv (4); sonvm (4); sonv (4); søne (4); sunv (4); Son (4); sęnir (4); sonu (4); seyni (3); sꝍne (3); syne (3); sonom (3); søni (3); Sonr (2); søn (2); sonur (2); syner (2); seÿni (2); seynir (2); sonor (2); sener (2); sǫni (2); sønu (1); seynom (1); synr (1); sỏn (1); sẏnír (1); Sꝍner (1); sevnir (1); so (1); suno (1); syn (1); sỏnum (1); synn (1); sǫno (1); Sono (1); sœne (1); sꝍner (1); sene (1); svnum (1); sunarins (1); søynir (1); sonn (1); sónar (1); soneʀ (1); sv̇n (1); Sønir (1); synvm (1); soninn (1); Sennir (1); svnir (1); sonurin (1); suna (1); soner (1); suninn (1);

Compounds: ábóta- (1), alfs- (3), ambáttar- (17), ambátta- (2), ár·manns- (2), aust·manns- (1), belgs- (2), bikkju- (2), bónda- (24), bónd- (1), borgar·greifa- (2), bróður·dóttur- (9), bróður- (60), brǿðra- (34), búanda- (10), byskups- (19), bǫlvanar- (1), dauða- (14), djǫfla- (1), djǫfuls- (2), dóttur·dóttur- (3), dóttur- (42), -drápa-, dróttningar- (3), dverg- (1), eftir·brǿðra- (8), eigin·konu- (7), eiginnar·konu- (2), eignar·konu- (1), eignar- (1), einga- (34), einka- (12), ekkju- (5), fálu- (1), festar·konu- (1), fjánda- (1), fola- (1), fóstr(s)- (14), frakka·konungs- (2), friðlu·dóttur- (4), friðlu- (27), fǫður·bróður- (2), glatanar- (3), grefa- (3), guð- (1), guð(s)- (20), gyðings- (1), gýgjar- (1), harms- (1), herjans- (15), hersis- (1), her·toga- (10), hjá·konu- (1), hór·konu- (6), hóru- (1), hugganar- (1), hunda- (1), hund·semis- (1), hǿgri·handar- (2), hǫfðingja- (4), jarðar- (1), jarla- (1), jarls- (14), júða- (2), jǫtuns- (1), karls- (4), kaup·manna- (1), keisara- (9), kenningar- (6), konunga- (8), konung(s)- (56), konu- (2), kot·karla- (2), kot·karls- (6), kvenna- (1), kør- (1), laka- (1), laun·getnings- (1), lendra·manna- (3), lends·manns- (2), leysingja- (7), leysings- (2), loð·brókar- (1), lǽri- (1), manna- (4), mann·drápa- (1), manns- (5), mar·gýgju- (1), meistara- (3), merar- (6), meyjar- (8), móður- (3), mostr·stangar- (3), níðings- (2), óska- (3), port·konu- (1), presta- (1), prest(s)- (19), prófasts- (2), púsu·systur- (1), pútu- (20), riddara- (5), ríkis- (1), rǽðis·manns- (1), sár·leiks- (1), sel·belgju- (1), skaf·hǫggs- (2), skírnar- (1), skriftar- (1), skutils·sveins- (1), skǿkju- (4), sonar·dóttur- (2), sonar- (18), sona- (3), spá·manna- (4), stallara- (1), stjúp- (22), svart·alfs- (2), sýnar- (1), systkina·dǿtra- (3), systkina- (20), systra·dǿtra- (2), systra- (10), systur·dóttur- (3), systur- (34), til·ǿskingar- (12), vígslu- (7), vín·garðs- (1), þjófs- (2), þorpara- (2), þrǽla- (1), þrǽls- (5), þýjar- (3), ǽtt·leiðings- (2), ǿskingar- (3), øxa·smiðs- (2)

Gloss.: EJ (sunr); ClV; Fr; Hertzb (sunr); Suppl4 sunr; Bin -son; Rím son(r); LP; Med; AH; deVr; Fr4; NO; ÁBlM

Literature: Jochens 1996 (Mother) 213-217; Maurer 1907Ï 238-240; Maurer 1908 (Verw) 124-127, 150, 154, 157-61, 170; Salvesen 1968 54; Seip 1955 188 271 278 303 306f.; Seip 1955 22 40-2 45 66 85 119f 190 241

Genre. (expected): religious works: 117 (108); historical works: 104 (70); family sagas: 68 (49); contemporary sagas: 38 (30); learned works: 37 (12); legal works: 25 (39); romances: 11 (42); charters: 6 (31); unclassified: 5 (2); legendary sagas: 2 (17); þættir: 1 (9);

Ellert Þór Jóhannsson — Marts 2014