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ONP: Dictionary of Old Norse Prose

Word

belgr sb. m. [dat. -/-i; -ir, dat. -jum]

(cf. belgi sb. m., -belgir sb. m.)

Status: excerpted citation slips citation text supplemented structured definitions in Danish definitions in English

I.

1) (dyrs) bælg, hud/skind/pels (flået hel uden at blive sprættet op) skin (of an animal, flayed whole without being slit open)

2) (om oppustet dyrebælg of an inflated skin)

3) sæk/pose (af skind/læder) sack/bag (of hide/leather)

4) blæsebælg bellows

5) (menneskes) “bælg”, krop, vom, udposning skin (of a person), body, belly, distension/bulge

6) (på rune) bælg, pose (on a runic letter) bow, pocket

II. (cogn.)

Form.: belg (26); belgr (10); belgium (3); belginn (3); belgiɴ (2); Bœlgr (2); bælgir (1); bęlgr (1); Belg (1); Bælghenom (1); belgina (1); belgi (1); belginum (1); belgjum (1); belgir (1); bægs (1); belger (1); Bælghenum (1); belgriɴ (1); Bælgaren (1); belgerner (1);

Comp.: blástr- (1), brauð- (1), dýrs- (1), elli- (4), fyl- (1), hafr- (3), jafna- (2), kalf- (3), kalfs- (3), katt- (2), kvígu- (1), mel·rakka- (6), mjǫl- (2), mosa- (1), nauts- (3), otr- (2), refs- (1), salt- (3), sel- (4), smíð- (6), smiðju- (2), svíns- (1), ull- (1), vár- (6), veðr- (1), vind- (1), ǫrva- (1)

Gloss.: EJ; ClV; Fr; Hertzb; Bin item -belgr; Rím; LP; AJ; deVr; Fr4; NO; ÁBlM

Litt.: Falk 1919 73; Finnur Jónsson 1914 [ANF 30] 68; Halldór Halldórsson 1991 60-61; Ropeid 1971 [KLNM 16] 172; Stigum & Hødnebø 1970 [KLNM 15] 80; Stigum 1959 [KLNM 4] 407-408; Vrátný 1917 [ANF 33] 61

Genre. (expected): legendary sagas [fas]: 12 (3); religious works [rel]: 9 (16); family sagas [isl]: 9 (7); historical works [his]: 7 (11); charters [dip]: 5 (5); þættir [tot]: 5 (1); legal works [jur]: 5 (6); romances [rom]: 4 (6); learned works [div]: 4 (2); unclassified [ ]: 1 (0);

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