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ONP: Dictionary of Old Norse Prose

Word

hlíf sb. f. [-ar; -ar]

1) forsvarsudstyr, dækvåben (skjold, brynje, etc.)

2) [e-s / við e-u / fyrir e-m] [af e-u / at e-u] [e-m] beskyttelse, værn (mod ngn/ngt) (fra ngt)

Forms: hlif (16); hlifar (12); hlífar (8); hlijfar (7); hlíf (5); hlífum (4); lif (3); hlifarnar (2); hlijff (1); hlijf (1); hlífarnar (1); lifar (1); hlyf (1); hlijfarnar (1); hlijffar (1); hlifum (1); hlifanna (1); hlifvnnvm (1); hlífunum (1); hlifvm (1); hlifa (1);

Compounds: bol- (2)

Gloss.: EJ; ClV; Fr; Hertzb (líf f.); Rím; LP; AH ¹líf; deVr; Fr4; NO; ÁBlM (hlífa); Bl

Literature: Bjorvand 1994 227; Björn Bjarnason 1905 43; Ekwall 1941 43; Falk 1914 139; Olsen 1932 [MM 1932] 151 med note 1; Skard 1954 [ANF 69] 166

Genre. (expected): romances: 24 (7); family sagas: 10 (8); historical works: 9 (12); religious works: 9 (18); contemporary sagas: 9 (5); legendary sagas: 5 (3); learned works: 3 (2); legal works: 1 (7);

Alex Speed Kjeldsen — December 2011

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