ONP: Dictionary of Old Norse Prose

Word

vinr, vin sb. m. [-ar, dat. -/(-i OsvReyk 92.17); -ir]

1) [til e-s] ven

 ● sakna/missa vinar í stað

2) (om forbundsfælle)

3) (i tiltale) min ven, ’kammerat’

Forms: vin (42); vinr (20); vinar (17); vinir (7); uinir (5); Vinr (5); uinr (4); vini (4); vinum (4); uin (3); uini (3); viner (3); vinne (2); vinvm (2); vina (2); vínum (2); uinar (2); uín (2); vinur (2); vín (2); uina (1); uinni (1); Vin (1); uiner (1); víni (1); vinn (1); uinum (1); uínar (1); uínum (1); vine (1); vinenn (1); vinom (1); uinur (1);

Compounds: alúðar- (7), gjǫf- (1), half- (2), guð- (1), gjaf- (3), guðs- (36), forn- (2), ástúðar- (1), ástúða- (1), ást- (54), hjarta- (1), einka- (9), alda- (12), sann- (3), ó- (130), lang- (3), konungs- (3), leyndar- (1), nauð·synja- (1), mál- (5), hǫfuð- (10), virkða- (17), trúnaðar- (4), einga- (1)

Gloss.: EJ; ClV; Fr; Hertzb; Rím; LP; AH; deVr; Fr4; NO; Walter; ÁBlM

Literature: Breisch 1994 114; Gering 1916 [ANF 32] 13; Miller 1990 331; Seip 1955 188, 303, 307

Genre. (expected): family sagas: 36 (17); historical works: 31 (25); religious works: 25 (38); contemporary sagas: 18 (10); romances: 12 (15); legal works: 9 (14); legendary sagas: 7 (6); charters: 4 (11); learned works: 3 (4); þættir: 1 (3);

MA — Maj 2015

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