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ONP: Dictionary of Old Norse Prose

Word

øx, ex, eyx, ǫx sb. f. [øxar/exar, dat. øxi/exi, acc. øxi/øx; -ar]

1) økse
 ● selja (fram) undir øxi [e-n] [til e-s] [e-m]
2) øksehoved

Forms: exi (10); øxi (10); ǫxi (5); eyxi (4); ꝍxi (4); avxi (4); auxi (4); ǫxí (4); øx (4); oxi (3); oxar (3); ꜹxi (3); øxina (2); ỏgsi (2); ꝍxe (2); avx (2); æxi (2); ỏxar (2); ỏxin (2); exar (2); avxina (2); ex (2); øxin (2); ǫxar (1); öxar (1); ꝍx (1); oxunne (1); aúxi (1); auxin (1); öx (1); avxar (1); ǿxe (1); ỏx (1); ǫxiɴi (1); augsín (1); øxar (1); oghse (1); æxsi (1); œx (1); eyxar (1); öxi (1); œgssi (1); ꝍyxi (1); ꜹxar (1); eyxina (1); oxin (1); ỏxi (1); exin (1); œxi (1); eyxe (1); ỏxina (1); ox (1); Exin (1); œxom (1); ỏgse (1); augs (1); avxinni (1); oxum (1);

Compounds: barð- (1), bast- (2), bát- (2), blóð- (22), blót- (1), bol- (50), brand- (2), brauð- (1), breið- (29), bryt- (1), hand- (18), hǫgg- (1), iðranar- (1), klauf- (1), mánaðar·mata- (1), skegg- (2), skógar- (1), skǫfnungs- (1), smá- (1), smíðar- (3), talg- (3), tapar- (7), tapa- (1), torf- (1), tveggja·handa- (3), tǫlgu- (5), vápn- (1), viðar- (13)

Gloss.: EJ; ClV (öx); Fr; Hertzb; Bin Øx-, -øx; Rím õx; LP; deVr; Fr4; NO item õx; ÁBlM (¹öxi)

Literature: Björn Bjarnason 1905 43; Falk 1914 104-119; Liestøl 1976 [KLNM 20] 649-660; Seip 1955 119, 154, 265

Genre. (expected): contemporary sagas: 33 (8); family sagas: 25 (13); religious works: 15 (30); historical works: 14 (19); legal works: 11 (11); romances: 5 (11); þættir: 5 (2); charters: 3 (9); learned works: 2 (3); legendary sagas: 2 (5);

Þorbjörg Helgadóttir — Januar 2015