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ONP: Dictionary of Old Norse Prose

Word

ǫrr, “aruar” adj. [ǫrvan; compar. ǫrvari, superl. ǫrvastr]

Forms: aurr (8); ǫrr (6); örr (5); auʀʀ (4); aurt (3); aur (2); auruaztr (2); ỏʀ (2); aurui (2); aurua (2); aruar (2); auʀ (2); ǫrvi (2); orvi (2); ǫrver (1); ǫrvastr (1); ỏr (1); ört (1); ꜹʀ (1); orvar (1); Auʀ (1); auruaztur (1); ǫrvarí (1); ort (1); ꜹrfi (1); ǫʀ (1); Ǫrr (1); (1); orvan (1); aurfa (1); orva (1); avrvaztr (1); Aurr (1); ỏrui (1); ǫrvasti (1); oruer (1); ỏrvaztur (1); óʀ (1); ỏruari (1); avʀ (1); ꜹrr (1); ꜹruari (1); or (1); ỏrvi (1); orvari (1); aúr (1); (1); avrva (1); ỏrvare (1);

Compounds: mátt- (1)

Gloss.: EJ; ClV örr; Fr; Bin Õrvi; Rím; LP; AH o-; deVr; Fr4; NO; ÁBlM (³ör)

Literature: Heidermanns 1993 106

Genre. (expected): romances: 18 (9); historical works: 15 (14); family sagas: 13 (10); religious works: 13 (22); contemporary sagas: 9 (6); þættir: 6 (2); legendary sagas: 2 (4); learned works: 2 (3); unclassified: 1 (0);