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ONP: Dictionary of Old Norse Prose

Word

þó, þó·at, þót, þótt, þót·at, þótt·at, “þu” adv.

Forms: (860); þo (233); þott (58); þó (30); þót (22); þot (12); þỏ (7); þótt (6); þo at (3); Þó (3); þu (2); Þott (2); þỏtt (1); þö (1); þat (1); Þo (1); þá (1); þóᴛ (1); tott (1);

Gloss.: EJ ¹þó †adv.; ClV conjunc.; ClVSuppl þóþóro adv.; Suppl1 þó at; Suppl2 þót adv., þóþóro adv.; Fr item þótt conjunc.; Hertzb item þót conjunc.; Rím conjunc.; LP conjunc.; Med þo conjunc.; AH; deVr item þóþóro adv.; Fr4 item þót conjunc., þóþóro adv.; NO; ÁBlM adv./conjunc., item þótt conjunc., item þóþóro

Literature: Hansen 2004 [ANF 119] 17, 21; Hansen 2005 [MM 2005] ; Seip 1955 48, 141; Stefán Einarsson 1938 [JEGP 37] 18-19; Ármann Jakobsson 2004 [ANF 119] 42-43

Genre. (expected): religious works: 277 (318); historical works: 255 (208); romances: 180 (124); family sagas: 169 (144); legal works: 148 (114); legendary sagas: 57 (51); contemporary sagas: 56 (87); learned works: 33 (37); þættir: 30 (26); charters: 24 (92); unclassified: 17 (5);