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ONP: Dictionary of Old Norse Prose

Word

tunga sb. f. [-u; -ur]

I.

1) tunge
 ● skera tungu [ór e-m/e-u]
 ● troll toga tungu ór hǫfði [e-m]
 ● tunga vefsk um hǫfuð [e-m]
2) (som taleorgan) taleevne, tale, udtale, mening
 ● mǽla/tala sem einni tungu
 ● hafa tungu [fyrir e-m]
 ● halda tungu [um e-t]
 ● hrǿra tungu [móti e-m]
 ● leikr (á) tveim tungum [■ / um e-t]
3) (pars pro toto) (om den talende person)
4) sprog, tungemål
   ‖  (propr. comp.):
  1 “den danske tunge” (ɔ: det fælles nordiske sprog)
  2 det norrøne sprogområde
 ● mál ok tunga
 ● norrǿn tunga
 ● tal ok tunga
5) (om ngt tungeformet)
6) (land)tunge

II. (cogn.)

III. (propr. topogr.)

Forms: tungu (80); tunga (25); tungur (22); tvngv (18); tungo (13); tungum (13); tunguna (6); tungan (5); tvngo (5); tvnga (5); tungunni (5); tungv (4); Tungu (4); tungor (4); tungr (3); tunngu (3); tungom (3); Tungo (3); tungvm (3); tvngvr (2); túngan (2); túngu (2); tunnga (2); tungwm (2); tvngur (1); tunngna (1); tungunnar (1); tungunne (1); Tunga (1); tungurnar (1); tongunnar (1); tvngvm (1); Tunngu (1); tvnngv (1); túnga (1); tvngan (1); Tvngv (1); tvngnaɴa (1); tunnghu (1); tvnggo (1); Tvngan (1); tungna (1); túngur (1); tvngom (1);

Compounds: -barna-, ebrea- (2), eigin- (1), elds- (1), fjǫl·mǽlis- (1), frankis·manna- (1), franzeis- (1), gása- (2), hróps- (1), hunds- (1), hvik- (2), hǫfuð- (3), latínu- (12), lof- (8), móður- (4), orms- (14), oxa- (1), risa- (1), ung·barna- (1)

Gloss.: EJ; ClV S; Finsen; Fr; Hertzb; Bin -tunga, Tungu- ; Rím; LP; Med; AH; deVr; Fr4; NO; ÁBlM

Literature: Björn Þorsteinsson 1962 [KLNM 7] 481; Eiríkur Magnússon 1888 [ANOH 1888] 334-335; Falk 1914 17; Finnur Jónsson 1914 [ANF 30] 193; Finnur Jónsson 1933-1934 [APS 8] 271; Holtsmark 1958 [KLNM 3] 477; Hægstad 1915 109; Indrebø 1921 [MM 1921] 148; Kålund 1877 515; Lindblad 1952 179; Rapola 1959 [KLNM 4] 295; Reichborn-Kjennerud 1947 27-28, 177; Sandøy 2000 866-869; Seip 1955 27, 170; Skautrup 1957 [KLNM 2] 662-664; Vilhjálmur Finsen 1883 682-683

Genre. (expected): religious works: 69 (66); historical works: 49 (43); romances: 40 (26); family sagas: 27 (30); legal works: 22 (24); learned works: 12 (8); contemporary sagas: 12 (18); legendary sagas: 12 (11); charters: 6 (19); þættir: 5 (5);

Simonetta Battista — April 2014