ONP: Dictionary of Old Norse Prose

Word

verk, sb. n. [-s; -]

(cf. verki sb. m.)

Status: excerpted citation slips citation text supplemented structured definitions in Danish definitions in English

I.

1) arbejde, beskæftigelse, (arbejds)opgave, arbejdsproces, produkt

 ● hafa illt at verki

 ● liggja af/frá verkum (sínum)

2) arbejdsevne

3) (jur.) arbejdsfortjeneste

cf. Vilhjálmur Finsen 1883, 694

4) det at få løn som forskyldt

5) handling, gerning, bedrift, dåd

 ● gott/... verk

cf. góðverk sb. n.

 ● orð ok/eða verk

 ● af sjálfu verkinu

 ● verk ok vili

6) materialisation, virkeliggørelse

7) (om fuldbyrdet samleje)

 ● fullt verk

8) underværk, mirakel

9) skaberværk, skabelse

10*) ?(konkret) bevis

11) bygningsværk, kunstværk

12) forarbejdning, udsmykning

13) bog, litterært værk, digterværk

14) pelsværk, pelsbesætning

15) vævegarn, rendegarn

cf. Falk 1919 50 ed. note & Schiller & Lübben Werk def. 6

II. (y. isl.)

III. (y. no.)

IV. (propr. topogr.)

Form.: verk (53); verki (31); verkum (18); verc (17); uerk (11); verke (8); verkinu (7); vercom (6); uerki (6); verkit (6); verka (6); verci (5); verkvm (5); verks (5); verca (4); verck (4); værc (4); verckvm (4); vercum (4); uerkum (3); verkom (3); vercs (3); werk (3); werkinu (3); værkinu (2); vercke (2); verkumm (2); verkunum (2); verksins (2); værki (2); verkꜱ (2); verken (2); uærk (1); werke (1); verkkum (1); værcꜱ (1); verkinv (1); værcen (1); værk (1); verckinv (1); værkum (1); uerkom (1); uærki (1); vercks (1); werks (1); værs (1); uercino (1); vers (1); uercksenns (1); uerkinu (1); vǽrc (1); Verkit (1); werkumm (1); verket (1); uerck (1); vęrc (1); verkc (1); uerkit (1); uerkꜱ (1); verkvnvm (1);

Comp.: af·reks- (28), á·gǽtis- (7), akrs- (1), akr- (11), á·kvǽðis- (4), al·mǽttis- (1), á·nauðar- (1), á·rǽðis- (1), ástar- (5), ást·semðar- (1), auð·velda- (1), auka- (1), á- (11), banns- (10), barns- (1), -bata-, bú- (3), bǫlvanar- (1), dags- (9), dag- (1), dá·semðar- (2), dauða- (2), -dirfðar-, djǫfuls- (2), dreng·skapar- (1), drengs- (2), dyggðar- (8), dýrðar- (14), -dǽðu-, -dǿma-, elds- (1), engi·teiga·tveggja·mánaðar- (1), engi- (11), engla- (1), erfiðis- (3), eymðar- (1), fer·ligs·leiks- (1), firna- (2), fjánda- (2), fólsku- (1), for·dǽðu- (1), for- (23), frama- (25), fremðar- (9), frest- (1), frǽgðar- (31), full·réttis- (9), glappa- (1), glǿpa- (1), góð- (10), grimmðar- (1), grjót- (1), guð·dóms- (1), guðs- (1), gǿzku- (10), halfs·mánaðar- (4), hamingju- (1), handa- (54), happa- (2), heilag·leiks- (1), heilagra·daga- (1), heilsu- (1), heimsku- (1), hermðar- (1), hernaðar- (1), hests- (2), hest- (3), hey- (25), hlut- (5), hóg·vǽrðar- (1), hreysti- (16), hríma- (1), hryðju- (1), hǿversku- (1), iðju- (4), iðranar- (2), illsku- (4), ill- (5), kapps- (1), karla- (1), kirkju- (1), klǽkis- (1), kosta- (1), krafta- (11), kram- (2), kvenna- (2), lítil·lǽtis- (2), ljósa- (2), ljós- (1), losta·semðar- (1), lost- (1), lǫg·gernings- (1), malm- (3), mál- (1), manna- (3), manns- (21), mat·launa- (1), meðal- (1), meistara- (1), metnaðar- (1), mildi·leiks- (1), mildi- (19), mild·leiks- (8), mis·kunnar- (50), mis- (31), morðingja- (1), morðs- (1), morð- (1), morgin- (1), munks- (2), myrkra- (2), nátt- (1), nauða- (1), nauð·synja- (6), nauðungar- (3), níðings- (47), nyt·semðar- (2), ný- (2), ó·bóta- (5), ó·dáða- (19), ó·dǿma- (7), of·beldis- (2), of·dirfðar- (1), ó·giftu- (2), ó·heyris- (1), ó·hǿfis- (1), ó·hǿfu- (12), ó·lífis- (2), ó·maga- (3), óra- (2), ó·rǿkslu- (1), ó·skapa- (1), ó- (3), ó·vilja- (1), ó·vísa- (1), postula- (3), rang·lǽtis- (2), rausnar- (1), reiðis- (3), rétt·lǽtis- (6), sálu·bótar- (1), sann·leiks- (1), sið·lǽtis- (3), sigr- (1), skemmðar- (2), skemmðar- (1), sléttu- (1), slot- (1), slǿgðar- (1), smiðju- (3), snilldar- (20), spell- (1), stór- (6), sumar- (1), synða- (1), sǿmðar- (1), torf- (2), trú- (2), tǫðu- (1), út·laga- (2), út·legðar- (12), út·lǽgðar- (6), váða- (26), váð- (1), vand·lǽtis- (1), vár·kunnar- (3), vás- (1), vef·konu- (1), veiði- (1), véla- (1), viðar- (1), viku- (4), villu- (3), vín·garðs- (1), ýmisa·leiks- (1), þjónustu- (1), þrek- (2), þrǽls- (3), þrǽl- (1), ǽtlanar- (1), ǽvi- (1), ǫfundar- (2), ǫlmusa- (1), ǫnnungs- (1)

Gloss.: EJ err. m.; ClV; Finsen; Fr; Hertzb; Rím; LP; AH; deVr; Fr4; NO; ÁBlM; Bl

Litt.: Bernström 1958 [KLNM 3] 549; Bjorvand 1994 70; Falk 1919 50; Kreutzer 1977 44-45; Seierstad 1959 [KLNM 4] 80; Seip 1942 44; Seip 1955 48, 74, 150, 163; Sverdrup 1911 [ANF 27] 18; Vilhjálmur Finsen 1883 611, 694; Walter 1976 70-71, 123

Genre. (expected): religious works: 90 (68); legal works: 48 (24); family sagas: 43 (31); charters: 26 (20); contemporary sagas: 14 (19); historical works: 14 (45); romances: 9 (27); learned works: 9 (8); legendary sagas: 4 (11); þættir: 4 (6); unclassified: 2 (1);

AS — Marts 2016

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