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ONP: Dictionary of Old Norse Prose

Word

víkingr sb. m. [-s, dat. -i; -ar]

I.

1) viking, sørøver, røver, ugerningsmand
   ‖  (propr. comp.):
2) tyran
3) (om dyr) bæst, uhyre

II. (cogn.)

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Forms: vikingr (23); vikingar (19); vikinga (11); uikinga (6); vikings (5); vikingum (4); víkingi (4); uikingar (3); vikingvm (3); viking (3); víkingr (3); vykingur (3); víkingum (3); Vikinga (3); (2); víkingar (2); vikinngr (2); vikingsens (2); vikingi (2); uikingr (2); Vikingar (2); víkínga (1); vykingenum (1); wíkingr (1); vikingom (1); vikingarnir (1); vicinga (1); vikingionum (1); uikíngom (1); vikingonom (1); víkings (1); vikinngar (1); víkinga (1); vikíngum (1); vikingur (1); uikingum (1);

Compounds: austr- (1), breið- (3), grunn- (1), hauk- (2), hernaðar- (1), her- (22), hús- (2), kross- (2), njarð- (2), ó·fagnaðar- (1), rauða- (1), sand- (2), súð- (4), úti·legu- (2)

Gloss.: EJ; ClV; Fr; Hertzb; Bin Víkinga-, -víkingr ; Rím; LP; AH; deVr; Fr4; NO; Walter (víking); ÁBlM & personnavn

Literature: Andersson 2007 [ANF 122] 5-11; Aðalheiður Guðmundsdóttir 2001 [Skírnir 175] 324; Grønvik 2004 [ANF 119] 5-11; Gunnar F. Guðmundsson 2000 68; Hallberg 1977 [Rit 12] 241, 248f.; Heide 2006 [ANF 121] 75-77; Heide 2008 [ANF 123] ; Hellberg 1980 [ANF 95] passim; Hellberg 1982 [Gardar 13] 73; Holm 1988 [MM 1988] 144f., 188f.; Holm 1992 120-121; Hødnebø 1987 [MM 1987] 1ff.; Hødnebø 1988 [MM 1988] 146f.; Irlenbusch-Reynard 2005 [NBerg 33] 91; Mees 2012 [ANF 127] ; Salberger 1981 [Gardar 12] 70ff.; Salvesen 1968 48; Simek 2000 [Skandinavistik 30] ; Walter 1986 298; Widmark 1994 [ANF 109] 205f.

Genre. (expected): religious works: 47 (32); historical works: 35 (21); romances: 13 (13); family sagas: 9 (15); contemporary sagas: 5 (9); legendary sagas: 5 (5); legal works: 5 (12); unclassified: 2 (0); learned works: 1 (4);

Maria Arvidsson — Juni 2015