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ONP: Dictionary of Old Norse Prose

Word

stafn, “stoffd-” sb. m. [dat. -i/-; -ar]

I.

1) skibsstavn (for og bag)
 ● berjask um stafna
 ● deila/... um stafn [við e-n]
 ● deilir tveim stǫfnum [fyrir e-m]
 ● láta drífa um stafn
 ● hafa iðn fyrir stafni
 ● stinga stafni/stǫfnum [at e-u] [(á) milli e-s ok e-s]
 ● stinga (saman) stǫfnum
2) husgavl
3*) ?hovedklæde

cf. Fr4 & Falk 1919 97

II. (cogn.)

Forms: stafn (10); stafni (10); stafna (10); stofnum (5); stǫfnum (4); stafninn (4); stafne (4); staufnum (4); stafní (3); stamne (2); Stafn (2); stopnom (2); stafnarnir (2); stamn (2); stofnom (2); stỏfnum (2); stafnn (1); stamnar (1); stafnne (1); Stafnar (1); stamf (1); stafnenn (1); stafnarnnar (1); stamnenom (1); stafnana (1); stamfn (1); stafnar (1); stafnin (1); Stamfn (1); stꜹfnvm (1); stafninum (1); staffn (1); staffdum (1);

Compounds: bát- (1), bugu- (1), fram- (34), skipa- (1), skip- (6), skut- (23), stofu- (1)

Gloss.: EJ; ClV; Fr; Hertzb; Bin item Stafn-; Rím; LP; AH stamn; deVr; Fr4; NO; ÁBlM

Literature: Falk 1912 84; Falk 1919 97; Sigurður Sigurðarson 1881 [ANOH 1881] 66; Simek 1982 177; Valtýr Guðmundsson 1889 93

Genre. (expected): historical works: 38 (14); family sagas: 13 (10); legal works: 9 (8); contemporary sagas: 7 (6); legendary sagas: 5 (4); religious works: 5 (22); charters: 3 (6); learned works: 2 (3); þættir: 2 (2); romances: 1 (9);

Þorbjörg Helgadóttir — Februar 2014