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ONP: Dictionary of Old Norse Prose

Word

berg sb. n. [-s; -]

(cf. bjarg sb. n.)

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

I.

1) (mindre) fjeld, klippe, klippefremspring, klippeside hill, cliff, prominence in the landscape, crag, cliff-face

 ● fyrir berg ud over klippe, ned ad klippeside over a cliff, down a cliff

 ● ganga berg klatre op ad klippeside, klatre i klipper climb cliff-faces/cliffs

 ● um berg ok hamra (over klipper og hamre ɔ:) over stok og sten “over fell and crag”

2) klippeblok, stor sten boulder, rock

3) (som materiale) klippe, sten, stenet grund, klippegrund (as material) rock, stone, rocky ground, foundation of rock

 ● brenna berg ?løsne klippeblokke vha. ild (cf. Kumlien 1956 [KLNM 1], 483) ?loosen rock by use of heat

 ● hǫggva berg bryde sten quarry stone

II. (cogn.)

Form.: berg (30); bergi (18); bergit (13); berginu (5); bergí (3); bergino (3); bærgh (3); bergs (2); bergh (2); Berg (1); bærgi (1); bærg (1); bergið (1); bergum (1); bergin (1); bergsinns (1); berghet (1); bergith (1); berghi (1); bærghi (1); bergínv (1); Bergit (1);

Comp.: fjall- (1), for- (2), fugl- (8), geit- (1), grjót- (2), gull- (1), hein- (2), hellis- (6), hlað- (1), hrað- (1), kvern- (2), lǫg- (39), marmara- (1), meitil- (1), njósnar- (1), set- (2), silfr- (1), sjónar- (1), skilnaðar- (1), skot- (2), sǽvar- (1), vað- (1), varð- (1)

Gloss.: EJ; ClV; Fr; Hertzb; Bin Berg-; Rím; LP item Berg-, berg-; AH ¹berg, ²Berg; AJ; deVr (bjarg); Fr4; NO; ÁBlM ¹berg, ²Berg-; Bl item cf. corr.; LMNL

Litt.: Bandle 1977 [Rit 12] 53; Bjorvand 1994 5, 124, 128, 163; Bjorvand 1994 5-6; Getz 1920 167; Grønvik 1989 [MM 1989] 15, 20; Hald 1956 [KLNM 1] 651-653; Hægstad 1899 60-61; Hægstad 1915 38; Indrebø 1935 [MM 1935] 99; Kiil 1936 [MM 1936] 126-175; Kumlien 1956 [KLNM 1] 483; Lundahl 1938 [NB 25] 68-81; Marstrander 1932 176

Genre. (expected): historical works [his]: 28 (16); religious works [rel]: 18 (24); legal works [jur]: 16 (9); romances [rom]: 12 (9); contemporary sagas [bis]: 6 (7); family sagas [isl]: 5 (11); charters [dip]: 5 (7); learned works [div]: 1 (3); unclassified [ ]: 1 (0);

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