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ONP: Dictionary of Old Norse Prose

Word

2inn, enn art. defin.

(cf. hinn art. defin.)

Forms: enn (45); en (37); et (27); it (24); enu (24); ens (21); (14); ed (13); inn (13); (8); enom (7); ener (6); eɴs (6); env (5); eno (5); enir (5); in (5); ena (5); (4); inu (3); enum (2); (2); (2); innu (2); En (2); ins (2); inir (2); Env (1); id (1); ina (1); envm (1); enno (1); Et (1); eino (1); innnu (1); ínni (1); Id (1); ennar (1); ennu (1); at (1); nom (1); jnnu (1); enar (1); jd (1); ennir (1); ett (1); jt (1); Einn (1); enni (1);

Gloss.: EJ (hinn); ClV (hinn); Fr hinn adj./pron.; Hertzb; Rím enn; LP ²enn; Med ed; AH enn; AJ enn; deVr; Fr4 enn; NO (hinn); ÁBlM (²hinn); Bl ¹hinn

Literature: Bandle 1956 [BA 17] 102, 168, 354-359; Finnur Jónsson 1921 (KultSprog) 315; Flom 1910 [JEGP 9] 193-223; Gjøstein 1934 [ANF 50] 123-124; Housken 1954 [ANF 69] 26; Hægstad 1899 20-21; Hægstad 1915 29-30, 105; Hægstad 1916 57; Kålund 1908 [STUAGNL 37] xv-xvi; Lindblad 1952 182; Louis-Jensen 1979 [Opusc 7] 248f.; Lundeby 1947 [ANF 62] 88; Noreen 1892 [ANF 8] 140-152; Seip 1952 [APS 21] 29; Seip 1955 41, 54f., 197; Stroh-Wollin 2016 [ANF 131] 145-149

Genre. (expected): historical works: 125 (55); religious works: 78 (84); learned works: 30 (10); romances: 27 (33); family sagas: 19 (38); legendary sagas: 13 (13); contemporary sagas: 11 (23); þættir: 6 (7); charters: 2 (24); legal works: 2 (30);