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ONP: Dictionary of Old Norse Prose

Words

heimr, “hem-”, “hemm-”, “him-”, “hiæm-” sb. m. [-s, dat. -i/-; -ar]

I.

1) verden (én af flere)
 ● heimrinn neðri
2) verden, verdensaltet, universet, kosmos
 ● inn meiri heimr
 ● (inn) minni heimr
 ● frá upphafi heims
3) jorden, jordkloden, (den bebyggede del af menneskenes) verden
 ● miðr heimr
4)
 ● í hvern heim

def. 1?

5) (denne) verden, livet i denne verden (ɔ: før døden), det jordiske liv, menneskeheden
 ● fara af/ór heimi/heim
 ● heimsins virðing/...
 ● kalla/kveðja af heimi [e-n]
 ● koma í heiminn
 ● liggja (í) milli/millum heims ok heljar
 ● sjá/þessi heimr
 ● þessa heims
 ● þessa heims ... annars heims, þessa heims ok annars
6) (spec.) (den verdslige/syndige) verden, (den syndige) menneskehed
 ● hafna heiminum
 ● heimsins hégómi
7) (spec.) (vs. klosterlivet)
8)
 ● annarr/hinn heimr
 ● annars heims

II. (y. isl.)

III. (y. no.)

IV. (propr. topogr.)

Forms: heims (62); heim (43); heimi (20); heimsins (18); heiminum (14); hæims (13); heime (11); heimr (10); hæimi (8); heiminn (8); heimsens (7); héims (6); heíms (6); heimnom (6); heima (5); heiminom (4); heimrinn (4); hæim (4); heimen (3); heimurinn (3); heimriɴ (3); hemi (3); hæimen (2); heimum (2); heímí (2); heiminum (2); heimenvm (2); heimrenn (2); hems (2); heiminvm (2); heimenum (2); heím (2); heimana (1); heimar (1); heimiɴ (1); hæimsins (1); heimsinns (1); heimminn (1); hæima (1); heimmi (1); heimm (1); himsins (1); hemr (1); heminn (1); heimvm (1); héimr (1); heímínum (1); hęime (1); heimz (1); hœíms (1); heimenn (1); heiminn (1); hemminvm (1); hiæminn (1); hem (1); heimseɴs (1); heimin (1); hejmenn (1); hæime (1); hēi (1); heimsenns (1); heímurenn (1); heímenn (1); heímur (1); hæimrenn (1); heíminn (1); héiminom (1); héimnom (1); hæiminum (1);

Compounds: af- (3), alf- (2), flug- (1), fugl- (1), gull- (1), meðal- (4), myrk- (1), undir- (3), veðr- (2), víð- (2), þing- (21)

Gloss.: EJ; CLV; Fr; Hertzb; Rím; LP; AH; deVr; Fr4; NO ¹heimr; ÁBlM & -heimur i personn. & stedn.; BL

Literature: Ashurst 2009 [StudIsl 61] 224-233, 244-252; Bandle 1956 [BA 17] 191; Bandle 1977 [Rit 12] 62; Bjorvand 1994 148, 150, 153, 164; Finnur Jónsson 1921 (KultSprog) 11-12; Gering 1916 [ANF 32] 20; Grape 1913-1914 [NB 1] 154-155; Grønvik 1989 [MM 1989] 33; Hofmann 1955 [BA 14] 136 f.; Holtsmark 1958 [KLNM 3] 594; Holtsmark 1964 [KLNM 9] 229; Hovda 1960 [KLNM 5] 641; Hovda 1961 [KLNM 6] 294; Hovda 1961 [KLNM 6] 295; Hægstad 1915 66; Hægstad 1916 92; Jakobsen 1901 [ANOH 1901] 104-110; Lindroth 1929 [ANF 45] 105-107; Mawer 1932-1933 [APS 7] 13; Oftedal 1957 [KLNM 2] 371; Salvesen 1968 41, 72; Schütte 1951 [ANF 66] 24, 29-30, 33, 35; Seip 1929 [MM 1929] 35-44; Seip 1943 [MM 1943] 118; Seip 1949 [ANF 64] 160, 163; Seip 1955 70, 77, 81, 142; Sturtevant 1916 [SS 3] 253-255; Ólafur Lárusson 1960 [KLNM 5] 642 ff.

Genre. (expected): religious works: 134 (84); historical works: 48 (55); romances: 47 (33); learned works: 30 (10); legal works: 13 (30); þættir: 10 (7); contemporary sagas: 9 (23); family sagas: 9 (38); charters: 9 (24); legendary sagas: 7 (13); unclassified: 2 (1);

Simonetta Battista — December 2010