The Dictionary of Old Norse Prose (ONP) is part of The Arnamagnæan Collection in the Department of Nordic Studies and Linguistics (NorS) at the University of Copenhagen. Our NorS page is here. Read here about ONP’s: history, printed publications, orthography, user’s guide, abbreviations and symbols. The word of the day is published on our Twitter feed with a sample definition and citation.
The old ONP search page is at: http://onpweb.nfi.sc.ku.dk/ wordlist_d_adv.html
Editors (current editors with link): Aldís Sigurðardóttir; Alex Speed Kjeldsen; Bent Chr. Jacobsen; Christopher Sanders; Ellert Þór Jóhannsson; Eva Rode; Helle Degnbol; James E. Knirk; Maria Arvidsson; Simonetta Battista; Tarrin Wills; Þorbjörg Helgadóttir; contact: email@example.com
This interface to ONP generates pages directly from the dictionary’s database. (The primary application for accessing ONP is here.) The button, when available, will switch to the primary ONP web application.
The text generated here is Unicode/UTF-8 and is in English where available. HTML semantic tagging is used where possible. Where there is only Danish text available it will appear in this colour and will open in Google Translate when clicked. Where there are definitions in both Danish and English, the two versions are separated by ⫽. A green headword in the headword list is one which has been semantically analysed or structured in some form (English and/or Danish definitions, or structure only) and published.
Use the fields below to search ONP’s dictionary or use the tabs to browse the dictionary.
Use the icon at the top of each page to send feedback or corrections to us.
Den alternative apps grænseflade er helt på både dansk og engelsk. Ordbogen og ONPs registre kan ikke gennemses, som her, men kan søges. Den mangler nogle funktioner der findes her, men har andre, f.eks. citater i alfabetisk / kronologisk rækkefølge. ⫽
The alternative app’s interface is in both Danish and English. The dictionary and indices cannot be browsed as here, only searched. It lacks some features found here but includes some others, such as alphabetical/chronological listing of citations.Go to app