konungr


konungr
m. -a-
конунг, король

hvárki em ek konungr né jarl, ok þarf ekki at gøra hásæti undir mik — я не конунг и не ярл, нечего подставлять мне почётное сиденье, Nj. 116

Dyggvi var fyrstr konungr kallaðr sinna ættmanna, en áðr vóru þeir dróttnar kallaðir — Дюггви был первым из своих родичей назван конунгом, а до этого они назывались «дроттины», Yngl. 17

посл.

til frægðar skal konung hafa, en ekki til langlífis — конунг нужен для славы, а не для долголетия

посл.

mǫrg eru konungs eyru — много ушей у конунга, Ó. T. 82, Har. S. Harð. 69

☞ С XIV в. использовалось сокр. kóngr; в старых рукописях обычно сокращалось до kḡr, kḡ, kḡs.
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с. м. р. -a- конунг, король
д-а. cyning (а. king), д-в-н. kuning (н. König), ш. konung, kung, д., нор. konge; (ф. kuningas — герм. заим., р. князь — то же); от konr

Old Norse-ensk orðabók. 2013.

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