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ONP: Dictionary of Old Norse Prose

Word

bí·haga vb. [-að-]

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

 ● ‖ impers. (item pers.?): bíhagar [e-m / e-n] [■] (ngt) behager (ngn), (ngt) passer (ngn) (sth.) is pleasing/convenient (for sby)

cf. simplex haga (81)

Form.: bihagar (3); bihagadi (2); bijhagar (2); byhagar (2); bihagati (1); byhagade (1); bijhaga (1); bihaga (1);

Gloss.: WN; Fr4 (behaga) bi-

Litt.: Heimir Freyr Viðarsson 2009 [ÍMAM 31] 33-34; Veturliði Óskarsson 2003 [BA 43] 30, 104, 197, 198, 217, 366; Wolf 1994 [ANF 109] 132

Genre. (expected): charters [dip]: 7 (1); religious works [rel]: 6 (3);

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