Old Norwegian Dictionary - könnubekkr

Meaning of Old Norwegian word "könnubekkr" (or kǫnnubekkr) in Norwegian.

As defined by the Johan Fritzer's Old Norwegian dictionary:

könnubekkr (kǫnnubekkr)
könnubekkr, m. Opsats, Hylde til derpaaat hensætte, opstille Kander eller Drikke-kar, = könnustóll; han saa æino sinniliggiæ nokot vanmal a konnobenkenoma Huærfvinne DN. III, 45816 (Aar 1384).

Part of speech: m

Orthography: Johan Fritzner's dictionary used the letter ö to represent the original Old Norwegian (or Old Norse) vowel ǫ. Therefore, könnubekkr may be more accurately written as kǫnnubekkr.

Possible runic inscription in Medieval Futhork:ᚴᚯᚿᚿᚢᛒᚽᚴᚴᚱ
Medieval Runes were used in Norway from 11th to 15th centuries.
Futhork was a continuation of earlier Younger Futhark runes, which were used to write Old Norse.

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