Skaldic Poetry of the Scandinavian Middle Ages

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ó- ((prefix))

‘un-’

sourcefreq.total
ONP (prose citations):0721428
SkP: 64127911
Malfong.is (prose):01392394

forms: ó-, Ó, ó

ungrouped:
Anon Hsv 6VII l. 4: ó ‘un’
Anon Hsv 14VII l. 1: Ó ‘un’
Anon Hsv 15VII l. 2: ó ‘’
Anon Hsv 19VII l. 1: Ó ‘close’
Anon Hsv 22VII l. 3: ó ‘harm’
Anon Hsv 46VII l. 4: ó ‘an un’
Anon Hsv 47VII l. 1: Ó ‘an un’
Anon Hsv 54VII l. 2: ó ‘no’
Anon Hsv 58VII l. 1: Ó ‘an un’
Anon Hsv 60VII l. 2: ó ‘un’
Anon Hsv 64VII l. 1: Ó ‘of un’
Anon Hsv 70VII l. 6: ó ‘of an un’
Anon Hsv 72VII l. 2: ó ‘un’
Anon Hsv 76VII l. 3: ó ‘’
Anon Hsv 87VII l. 4: ó ‘worth’
Anon Hsv 93VII l. 3: ó ‘ill’
Anon Hsv 100VII l. 3: ó ‘im’
Anon Hsv 105VII l. 6: ó ‘for un’
Anon Hsv 111VII l. 4: ó ‘bad’
Anon Hsv 121VII l. 4: ó ‘mis’
Anon Hsv 132VII l. 5: ó ‘un’
Anon Hsv 138VII l. 1: Ó ‘’
Anon Hsv 141VII l. 6: ó ‘rich’
Anon Hsv 144VII l. 1: Ó ‘’
Anon Leið 3VII l. 6: ó ‘dis’
Anon Leið 29VII l. 1: Ó ‘in’
Anon Leið 30VII l. 6: ó ‘the fear’
Anon Líkn 5VII l. 8: ó ‘un’
Anon Óldr 15I l. 4: ó ‘wicked’
Anon Óldr 16I l. 8: ó ‘im’
Anon Pl 17VII l. 8: ó ‘against’
Anon Sól 19VII l. 1: Ó ‘enemies’
Anon Sól 62VII l. 6: ó ‘the mis’
BjHall Kálffl 7I l. 7: ó ‘an un’
ESk Geisl 35VII l. 4 [variant]: ó ‘’
Eskál Vell 12I l. 2 [variant]: ó ‘’
Eskál Vell 15I l. 8: ó ‘without’
Eskál Vell 28I l. 8 [variant]: ó ‘’
Anon Lil 8VII l. 6: ó ‘’
Anon Lil 19VII l. 2: ó ‘faith’
Anon Lil 42VII l. 8: ó ‘of faith’
Anon Lil 48VII l. 4: ó ‘’
Eyv Lv 7I l. 5: ó ‘the’
Gamlkan Has 8VII l. 4: ó ‘mis’
Gamlkan Has 19VII l. 5: ó ‘weak’
Gamlkan Has 22VII l. 4: ó ‘’
Gamlkan Has 26VII l. 7: ó ‘un’
Gamlkan Has 27VII l. 2: ó ‘un’
Gamlkan Has 38VII l. 6: ó ‘un’
Gamlkan Has 39VII l. 8: ó ‘for dis’
Gamlkan Has 51VII l. 4: ó ‘weaknesses’
Gamlkan Has 57VII l. 8: ó ‘frailties’
Gamlkan Has 62VII l. 5: ó ‘un’
Glúmr Gráf 7I l. 7 [variant]: ó ‘’
Jór Send 1I l. 4: ó ‘of evil’
Okík Magn 1II l. 6: ó ‘by no means ’
Sturl Hákfl 1II l. 5: ó ‘the rowdy’
Sturl Hrafn 11II l. 2: ó ‘’
Sturl Hrafn 12II l. 6: ó ‘The un’
Sturl Hrafn 20II l. 3: ó ‘un’
Þblǫnd Sigdr 2III l. 3: ó ‘of evil’
Þhorn Gldr 4I l. 1 [variant]: ó ‘’
Þskúm Lv 1I l. 10: ó ‘unhelpful to’
Tindr Hákdr 2I l. 1: ó ‘The fear’

compounds:
Anon Hsv 6VII, l. 4: ófróðr ‘unwise’
Anon Hsv 14VII, l. 1: Ókunna ‘unknown’
Anon Hsv 15VII, l. 2: óhræsinn ‘boastful’
Anon Hsv 19VII, l. 1: Ómálugr ‘close-mouthed’
Anon Hsv 22VII, l. 3: ógagn ‘harm’
Anon Hsv 46VII, l. 4: ósvinnr ‘an unwise’
Anon Hsv 47VII, l. 1: Ókunnan ‘an unknown’
Anon Hsv 54VII, l. 2: ónýtis ‘no use’
Anon Hsv 58VII, l. 1: Ókunnum ‘an unknown man’
Anon Hsv 60VII, l. 2: óráðins ‘undecided’
Anon Hsv 64VII, l. 1: Ódyggra ‘of unreliable’
Anon Hsv 70VII, l. 6: ódyggs ‘of an unreliable’
Anon Hsv 72VII, l. 2: óhræsinn ‘unboastful’
Anon Hsv 76VII, l. 3: ómálgan ‘a taciturn person’
Anon Hsv 87VII, l. 4: ódyggt ‘worthless’
Anon Hsv 93VII, l. 3: óförum ‘ill-luck’
Anon Hsv 100VII, l. 3: ósiðu ‘immorality’
Anon Hsv 105VII, l. 6: óþarfra ‘for unnecessary’
Anon Hsv 111VII, l. 4: ógæfu ‘bad luck’
Anon Hsv 121VII, l. 4: ógæfu ‘misfortune’
Anon Hsv 132VII, l. 5: óstilt ‘unsatisfied’
Anon Hsv 138VII, l. 1: Óreiðinn ‘calm’
Anon Hsv 141VII, l. 6: óvinauðigr ‘rich in friends’
Anon Hsv 144VII, l. 1: Ódyggra ‘of wicked’
Anon Leið 3VII, l. 6: óþægilig ‘displeasing’
Anon Leið 29VII, l. 1: Ótraulla ‘indefatigably’
Anon Leið 30VII, l. 6: óhræðinn ‘the fearless’
Anon Líkn 5VII, l. 8: óþornuðu ‘unwithered’
Anon Óldr 15I, l. 4: óþjóð ‘wicked tribe’
Anon Óldr 16I, l. 8: ósið ‘immorality’
Anon Pl 17VII, l. 8: óviljandi ‘against his will’
Anon Sól 19VII, l. 1: Óvinum ‘enemies’
Anon Sól 62VII, l. 6: óheillum ‘the misfortunes’
BjHall Kálffl 7I, l. 7: óþǫrf ‘an unnecessary thing’
ESk Geisl 35VII, l. 4: ómildr ‘’
Eskál Vell 12I, l. 2: óstafr ‘stave’
Eskál Vell 15I, l. 8: óhryggva ‘without sorrow’
Eskál Vell 28I, l. 8: óþjóðum ‘the troops’
Anon Lil 8VII, l. 6: óvarliga ‘careless’
Anon Lil 19VII, l. 2: ódygð ‘faithlessness’
Anon Lil 42VII, l. 8: ódygðar ‘of faithlessness’
Anon Lil 48VII, l. 4: óvænt ‘a desperate’
Eyv Lv 7I, l. 5: ófolgin ‘the unconcealed’
Gamlkan Has 8VII, l. 4: ódôðum ‘misdeeds’
Gamlkan Has 19VII, l. 5: óstyrkð ‘weaknesses’
Gamlkan Has 22VII, l. 4: ósæl ‘wretched’
Gamlkan Has 26VII, l. 7: ógrátandi ‘unweeping’
Gamlkan Has 27VII, l. 2: óverðr ‘undeserving’
Gamlkan Has 38VII, l. 6: óvísligar ‘uncertain’
Gamlkan Has 39VII, l. 8: óvegs ‘for dishonourable’
Gamlkan Has 51VII, l. 4: óstyrkðir ‘weaknesses’
Gamlkan Has 57VII, l. 8: óstyrkðir ‘frailties’
Gamlkan Has 62VII, l. 5: óbœttan ‘unatoned for’
Glúmr Gráf 7I, l. 7: óvægjum ‘powerful’
Jór Send 1I, l. 4: óþjóðar ‘of evil people’
Okík Magn 1II, l. 6: óhlítulig ‘by no means trivial’
Sturl Hákfl 1II, l. 5: óstilta ‘the rowdy’
Sturl Hrafn 11II, l. 2: ódygðar ‘of faithless’
Sturl Hrafn 12II, l. 6: ófegnir ‘The unhappy’
Sturl Hrafn 20II, l. 3: ódyggvar ‘unfaithful’
Þblǫnd Sigdr 2III, l. 3: óþjóðar ‘of evildoers’
Þhorn Gldr 4I, l. 1: ósnæfrir ‘’
Þskúm Lv 1I, l. 10: óþǫrf ‘unhelpful to’
Tindr Hákdr 2I, l. 1: óhræðinn ‘The fearless’

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