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ONP: Dictionary of Old Norse Prose

Word

sund, “saun-”, “syn-” sb. n. [-s; -]

1) det at svømme, svømning
 ● fara/ganga á sund
 ● hlaupa á sund [af e-u]
 ● kasta sér til sunds
 ● reyna/þreyta sund [við e-n / með sér]
2) (om strækning der svømmes)
3) sund
 ● eru lokin sund ǫll
4) smal passage (ml. huse), stræde, smøge
5) afstand
6*) ?øjne der løber i vand, ?materie/betændelse i øjnene

Forms: sund (36); sundi (14); sundit (6); svnd (6); svndi (6); sundinu (5); sunds (4); svndit (4); sunnd (3); sundin (3); svndz (2); sunz (2); sunnde (2); sunda (2); saunnd (1); svnð (1); Svnd (1); syndi (1); sundom (1); sunndz (1); sundzsíns (1); sunnz (1); sunndit (1); sundinn (1); svɴdit (1); sundz (1); sunndi (1); sundít (1); svndin (1); sunðet (1);

Compounds: augna- (1), búðar- (3), búða- (2), eyjar- (4), eyja- (9), eyrar- (6), eyra- (4), flýtis- (1), holta- (1), inn- (1), kaf- (3), kapp- (2), leiðar- (2), vaðil- (1)

Gloss.: EJ; ClV ¹˜²sund; Fr; Hertzb; Rím; LP; Med ?; AH; deVr ¹˜²sund; Fr4; NO; ÁBlM ¹˜²sund

Literature: Bjorvand 1994 125, 128, 133; Grønvik 1989 [MM 1989] 23; Seip 1955 50, 299

Genre. (expected): historical works: 34 (19); family sagas: 21 (13); romances: 21 (11); contemporary sagas: 9 (8); þættir: 8 (2); legal works: 7 (10); legendary sagas: 6 (5); religious works: 3 (29); learned works: 2 (3);

Ellert Þór Jóhannsson — August 2014