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ONP: Dictionary of Old Norse Prose

Word

tǫnn sb. f. [tannar; tenn/tennr/tennar]

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

I.

1) tand

cf. Reichborn-Kjennerud 1941 [MM 1941]

 ● glotta um/við tǫnn

 ● gnísta tǫnnum [á e-n / í gegn e-m] [með e-u]

 ● gnǫtra tǫnnum

 ● tǫnn gnǫtrar [í e-m]

 ● kasta tǫnnum

 ● mǽla innan/... tanna [sér] [e-t]

 ● rjóða tǫnn [á e-m]

 ● tjá tanna

2) (som handelsvare) hvalrostand, narhvaltand, elfenben

cf. Roesdahl 1995

3) (coll.) (elfenben som forarbejdet materiale)

4) (om tand i sav)

II. (cogn.)

(Unsorted)

Form.: tenn (34); tonn (21); tanna (11); tennur (10); tennr (7); taunn (5); tǫnn (4); tennrnar (4); tỏnn (4); teɴar (3); tænnr (3); tǫnnvm (2); taunnum (2); tønn (2); tỏnnum (2); tönn (2); Tenn (2); tann (2); tan (1); tỏn (1); teɴ (1); tennurnnar (1); tonnum (1); tavɴ (1); ton (1); tennurnar (1); teɴr (1); teþr (1); tęþr (1); teɴurnar (1); tavnn (1); tǫnnvnvm (1); tꜵɴom (1); tꜹnn (1); tæɴr (1); tonnunum (1); tonnvm (1); tǫnnunum (1); tavɴvm (1); tennvr (1); tỏɴum (1); tǫnnum (1); tannar (1); tennar (1);

Comp.: blá- (6), brúnér- (1), fíla- (1), fíls- (2), framan- (1), fram- (5), galtar- (1), gull- (1), hest- (1), hildi- (10), hunds- (2), kulða- (1), lang- (1), ná·hvals- (2), orms- (1), saga- (1), smá- (1), um·lestrar- (1), vargs- (2), víg- (8), villi·galtar- (1), þjófs- (1), ǫfundar- (1)

Gloss.: EJ; ClV; Fr; Hertzb; Bin item -tǫnn; Rím; LP; Med -o-; AH -o-; deVr; Fr4; NO; ÁBlM (tönn); Bl item cf. corr.

Litt.: Eiríkur Magnússon 1888 [ANOH 1888] 334-335; Finnur Jónsson 1914 [ANF 30] 193; Kölbing 1894 [PBB 19] 94; Reichborn-Kjennerud 1941 [MM 1941] ; Reichborn-Kjennerud 1944 11, 13; Reichborn-Kjennerud 1947 45; Roesdahl 1995 ; Seip 1951 [MM 1951] 7; Seip 1955 127, 187; Veturliði Óskarsson 2003 [BA 43] 92; Wolf 2010 [MM 2010:1]

Genre. (expected): religious works [rel]: 45 (38); romances [rom]: 26 (15); historical works [his]: 20 (25); charters [dip]: 13 (11); legal works [jur]: 10 (13); family sagas [isl]: 10 (17); contemporary sagas [bis]: 9 (10); learned works [div]: 8 (4); legendary sagas [fas]: 4 (6); þættir [tot]: 1 (3);

SB — June 2014

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