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ONP: Dictionary of Old Norse Prose

Word

taumr sb. m. [dat. -i; -ar]

1) tømme, tøjle, reb (til at holde/binde dyr)
 ● ganga/akask í tauma [e-m]
 ● gefa tauma [e-u]
 ● hafa í taumi [e-t]
 ● taka í tauma [e-u]
2) [e-s] (fig.) (som symbol på styring/magt) ledelse, styring, beherskelse
 ● leysa tauma [e-s / e-u]
 ● ljá tauma [e-u]
3) (som måleredskab)
4) (på skib) sejlreb, ?skøde (cf. aktaumr sb. m.)

Forms: tauma (19); taum (5); tavm (3); taumana (3); taumi (3); tauminn (2); tavmr (2); tavma (2); taume (2); taumrinn (1); taumunum (1); tømom (1); tꜹma (1); tavmi (1); t▹a◃umar (1); tꜹm (1); taumer (1); tꜹmana (1); tavme (1); tꜹ́ma (1); tavmana (1); tavmvm (1); taumar (1);

Compounds: ak- (9), at·halds- (1), beisls- (1), beisl- (10), hest- (1), losta- (1)

Gloss.: EJ; ClV; Fr; Hertzb; Rím; LP; deVr; Fr4; NO; ÁBlM

Literature: Falk 1912 65; Seip 1955 209, 331

Genre. (expected): religious works: 16 (14); historical works: 9 (9); family sagas: 7 (6); legal works: 6 (5); romances: 5 (5); contemporary sagas: 5 (4); legendary sagas: 3 (2); learned works: 2 (2); charters: 2 (4);

Simonetta Battista — April 2014