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ONP: Dictionary of Old Norse Prose

Word

stǫpull sb. m. [-s; stǫplar]

1) tårn, klokketårn
   ‖  (propr. comp.):
2) stolpe, søjle, skysøjle
3) spids

Forms: stopul (8); stỏpul (5); stopli (4); (4); stỏpulinn (3); stoplín (2); stopulinn (2); stoplum (2); stopulen (2); staupulinn (2); stopolenn (2); stopplenum (2); stopullinn (2); stỏplar (2); stoplinum (2); støpvll (2); stoplinvm (1); stoflinum (1); stauplinum (1); stopvlin (1); stopull (1); stỏpull (1); Stopvlinn (1); stopuliɴ (1); stỏplínvm (1); stỏpli (1); stopplinum (1); stopla (1); stǫpull (1); Støpull (1); stopullenn (1); stǫplinum (1); stǫpul (1); stavpvll (1); stoppli (1); stoplom (1); stopvll (1); stopulenn (1); stople (1); stǫpulinn (1); stoppullinn (1); stoplvm (1); stauppli (1); stapvl (1); stöpull (1); stapulsins (1); stoplar (1); stoplarnir (1); stavpli (1);

Compounds: blót- (1), há·sǽtis- (1), kirkju- (1), lítil·lǽtis- (1), stein- (1), styrkðar- (1), víg- (1)

Gloss.: EJ; ClV; Fr; Hertzb; LP; deVr (stõpla); Fr4; NO; ÁBlM (¹stöpull)

Literature: Guðbjörg Kristjánsdóttir 2000 154,156,158-60,164,191; Wallem 1910 97

Genre. (expected): religious works: 32 (20); historical works: 13 (13); charters: 13 (6); contemporary sagas: 8 (6); legal works: 6 (7); romances: 5 (8); learned works: 1 (2); legendary sagas: 1 (3);

Þorbjörg Helgadóttir — September 2014