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MANNKAUP -- MANNÆLl. 411

two brother kings, Mork. 186 (mannjafnaðr konunga, cp. Fms. vii. 118 sqq.) 2. a matching or pairing of persons as to the weregilds to be paid for wounds and slaughter on both sides after a battle, Ísl. ii. 384, Fb. iii. 453.

mann-kaup, n. 'man-bargain;' in the phrase, þat er gott m. í e-m, a person is a good bargain, an acquisition, Fms. vi. 99, Fb. ii. 280,; gott er m. í Vagni, faðir, Fms. xi. 154.

mann-kind, f. mankind; ok ólusk þaðan af mannkindir, Edda 6; miklu fríðari en önnur mannkind á Norðrlöndum, Fas. i. 387; þessi m., these people, Róm. 276.

mann-kostir, m. pl. human virtues, good qualities; dýrligir mannkostir, Orkn. 160; hann talði upp fyrir henni mannkosti Ólafs konungs, Hkr. ii. 86, Al. 87, Mar. passim.

mann-kvæmd, f. a visit of guests, Landn. 81.

mann-kvæmt, n. adj., in the phrase, þar er m. (or ekki m.), many people come there, it is frequented by guests; þar var ekki m., few people came there, it is a lonely place, Grett. 137.

mann-kvöð, f. a summons or levying of men, Sturl. iii. 40.

mann-kyn, n. mankind, N.G.L. iii. 299, Stj. 41, 371, Pass., Vídal. passim: a race, offspring, allt þat m. er frá honum kom, Ver. 6; frá þeim kom mart m., 19: kind of people, H.E. i. 526.

mann-last, n. slander of people, defamation.

mann-lauss, adj. without men :-- without a husband, Ld. 184, Fas. iii. 390.

mann-lát, n. pl. loss of life, Sturl. iii. 93, Ó.H. 213.

mann-leysi, n. the being mannlauss :-- a good-for-nothing person (mod. mann-leysa, u, f.), Fms. ii. 62, v.l.

mann-liga, adv. manfully, Fms. i. 263, vii. 261, ix. 471.

mann-ligr, adj. human, Greg. 54, Hom. 23, 83, Bs. i. 181; mannligt eðli, human nature, Barl. 27, Eb. 110, MS. 623. 19; mannligr veykleikr, Magn. 504, passim. 2. manly, becoming a man; ok er þat mannligra at fara at duga honum, Ó.H. 117; mannlig er orðin ferð þíu, Lv. 24; sonr einkar-vænn ok m. = mannvænn, Barl. 152: compds, mikil-m., stór-m., magnificent; lítil-m., small.

mann-líkan, n. a human image, idol, Ó.H. 109, Stj. 470: beings in human shape, Vsp. 10.

mann-lydda, u, f. mannlæra, El.

mann-lýti, n. a blemish, Grett. 161, Róm. 188.

mann-læra, u, f. a bad person, Fms. ii. 62, Valla L. 218, (Ed. mannlæða.)

mann-löstr, m. a blemish, Gísl. 15.

mann-margr, adj. having many men; esp. in neut., hafa mannmargt, to have many people, forces, Nj. 254, 259, Fms. i. 290, Fs. 183: compar., hafa mannfleira, to have more men, followers, Glúm. 345, Fms. vi. 106, xi. 237; hann var miklu mannfleiri þar á nesinu, Orkn. 307.

mann-mengi, n. a host of men, N.G.L. i. 58.

mann-mergð, f. a host of people, crowd, Fas. ii. 483.

mann-metnaðr, m. ambition, Edda 145 (pref.), Hom. (St.) 50.

mann-múgr, m. (mann-múgi, a, m., Pr. 425), a crowd of people, Ó.H. 213.

mann-níðingr, m. a 'nithing,' miscreant, Lv. 44, Ó.H. 157.

mann-orð, n. fame, repute. Fas. iii. 533, freq. in mod. usage.

mann-raun, f. a trial; í hverri m. ok þraut, Clem. 45; Dróttinn tók á sik allar mannraunir, all human trials, 623. 19 :-- trial, danger, jafn hinum fremstu í öllum mannraunum, perils, dangerous tasks, Eg. 21, Bs. i. 638; koma í mannraunir, perils, Al. 61; þú þorir lítt í nánd at koma þegar er nokkur er m. í, Fær. 30; röskr í öllum mannraunum, Fs. 3, 120 :-- experience, lítillar skynsemdar ætli þér mik ok enga mannraun kunna, Fms. vi. 53 :-- trial, adversity, þá, or hann misti Ljóts sonar síns, var þat þó mannraun en þetta engi, Þorst. Síðu H. 174.

mann-ráð, n. pl. plots against a man'n life; þó hafa húsfreyjur verit góðar, at eigi hafi slaðit í mannráðum, Nj. 53; cp. fjörráð.

mann-samnaðr, m. a gathering of men, Fms. iv. 119, Ld. 76 :-- people assembled, Fms. viii. 64, Ísl. ii. 83, Grág. ii. 165.

mann-sekt, f., esp. in pl. a penalty paid in one's person, opp. to fésekt: in the old law it signified outlawry, banishment of any of the three degrees, Bs. i. 675; hvárki fé né mannsektir, Ísl. ii. 385, cp. Nj. 189.

mann-semi, f. valour, a GREEK, Hdl. 3; or perh. = man-semi, love-making, or the being agreeable to women(?), see man.

mann-skaði, a, m. 'man-scathe,' loss of life, Eg. 90: a great loss in a person's death, þeir sögðn honum vígit, Gunnarr sagði, at þat var lítill m., Nj. 61; ok er þat enn mesti m. at taka þá af lífi, 136: havoc in men, þeim manni er þér hafði gört enn mesta mannskaða, Ó.H. 47; hann var þeirra meir lagðr til mannskada, Th. was the more murderous fighter of the two, Fbr. 23 new Ed. mannskaða-veðr, n. a destructive gale.

mannskapr, m. manfulness, manhood, valour, Fas. iii. 305; hvárki spara penninga né mannskap, spare neither money nor men, Þórð. 100 new Ed :-- human nature, 677. 12. mannskapar-lauss, adj. pithless, lacking strength and manhood, Fas. ii. 386.

mann-skelmir, m. a rascal, Fas. i. 330.

mann-skepna, u, f. a 'man-creature,' poor creature, Rb. 360, Fas. iii. 644.

mann-skratti, a, m. a wicked man.

mann-skræfa, n, f. a miserable coward, Fms. ii. 61, 93; nú muntú verða at draga af þér slenit, mannskræfan, Grett. 91, Fb. i. 523, Mag. 56.

mann-skæðr, adj. 'scatheful,' savage to man; stór dýr ok mann-skæð, Hkr. i. 69, Rb. 344: of a battle, bloody, Fms. i. 44, ii. 316, 323, passim.

mann-sómi, a, m. honour, reputation, Eg. 106.

mann-spell, n. destruction of life, Eg. 278, Orkn. 108, Fms. viii. 351.

mann-spilla, t; mannspilla sér, to degrade oneself; eg vii ekki m. mér á því.

mann-spjall, n. = mannspell, Fagrsk. 64.

mann-stormr, m. a rush of people, Bs. ii. 66.

mann-tak, n. manhood, pith; það er manntak í e-m, there is pith in him, Grett. 136 A. manntaks-semi, f. energy.

mann-tal, n. a muster, 'tale of men,' Grág. i. 66, N.G.L. i. 97; skora m., to muster troops, Ó.H. 203, Stj. 456: a census, at manntali, by tale, Bær. 6: Grág. ii. 381. COMPDS: manntals-eiðr, m. an oath taken in a census, N.G.L. i. 200. manntals-þing, n. a county meeting in the spring, Gþl. 438, Jb.

mann-tapi, a, m. loss of life, Grág. ii. 130, MS. 625. 14, Bs. ii. 111, Fb. i. 70, Ver. 73; manntapa-vetr, a winter of great mortality, Ann. 1196.

mann-telja, taldi, to tell the people, Stj. 546.

mann-tetr, n. a 'tatter of a man,' a poor wretch.

mann-tjón, n. = manntapi, Fms. vii. 263, x. 418, Sks. 79 new Ed., Bs. i. 327.

mann-úð, f. humanity, goodness.

mann-úðigr, adj. gentle, Lat. humanus, Fas. iii. 219.

mann-úðligr, adj. (-liga, adv.), gentle, affable.

mann-val, n. choice people, a select body of men; þat mesta m. á landinu, the best men of the county, Nj. 33, 173, Eg. 38, 43, Fms. vi. 46, x. 25: mod. also of one person, a goodly man, hann er mesta mannval.

mann-vandr, adj. difficult, requiring a man, Fms. xi. 137. 2. particular as to choice of a husband, of a lady, Nj. 48, Band. 29 new Ed.

mann-veiðr, f. the seizing, catching of a man, Sturl. i. 166.

mann-villa, u, f. personation, Grág. i. 353.

mann-virðing, f. rank, renown, honour; var Leifi gott til fjár ok mannvirðingar, Fb. i. 541, Þorst. Síðu H. 177, Eg. 4, Nj. 111, Lv. 89, Magn. 466.

mann-virki, n. man's work, work of human hands, Symb. 26 :-- labour, með miklu m. ok kostnaði, Stj. 646 :-- a great work, monument, síðan tóku þeir at ryðja götuna, ok er þat et mesta m., sem enn sér merki, Eb. 132; ok nú létu þeir göra þat m. er víðfrægt er ok kallat er Dana-virki, Fms. xi. 28; þeir görðu m. (of the tower of Babel), Ver. 10; sú en ágæta borg Tirus verðr at ösku ór slíku mannvirki, Al. 48.

mann-vit, n. [Dan. mande-vid], 'man-wit' understanding, with the notion of 'mothers-wit,' good sense, as opp. to bók-vit ('book-wit'); úbrigðra vin fær maðr alldregi, en m. mikit, Hm. 6, 10, Hbl. 3; mál ok m., Sdm. 4; minni ok m., Fms. xi. 298 (in a verse); önd skynsamleg ok m., Ver. 2; ok urðu þeir (the dwarfs) vitandi mannvits ok höfðu manns líki, Edda 9; því at hann (the dog) hefir manns mannvit, Fms. x. 254; siðgæði þat má engi eignask nema hann hafi m. með, ok eigu þessir hlutir mannviti at fylgja, Sks. 437; mannvits ok góðrar náttúru, 475; hljóta sumir spádóms anda, sumir mannvits anda ok spektar, 561; m. ok skilning, 49; at mannviti, réttlæti eða sannsýni, 474: learning, þér hafit minna m. numit en ek, Mag. 3; lærðr til alls mannvits, Sks. 474. COMPDS: mannvits-brekka, u, f. a nickname ot a lady, Landn. mannvits-lauss, -lítill, adj. artless, with little wit, Sks. 45, Krók. 43. mannvits-maðr, m. a wise man, Sturl. i. 9. mannvit-samligr, adj. ingenious, Sks. 620.

mann-vitull, m. [Engl. wittol], a 'wittol' of a man, a wittol, as a term of abuse, a GREEK, Ísl. ii. 340 (Heiðarv. S., but undoubtedly bearing this meaning).

mann-vænligr, adj. = mannvænn, Sturl. i. 3, Fms. iv. 179, vi. 107, Eg. 187, Gullþ. 4, passim.

mann-vænn, adj. hopeful, promising, of a young person, Eg. 514, Fms. i. 20, vi. 443.

mann-værr, adj. (qs. eiga vært hjá mönnum), beiddu þeir lausnar (absolution) af honum, svá at þeir skyldi vera mannværir, Fms. ix. 534, v.l.

mann-ýðgi, f. = mannúð.

mann-ýgr, mod. mann-eygðr, adj. vicious, of animals, bulls, Hkr. i. 37, Bs. i. 319, Lv. 91.

mann-þroti, adj. lacking men, K.Á. 70.

mann-þröng, f. a throng of men, Fms. ii. 172.

mann-þurfi, adj. in need of men, Mar.

mann-æli (qs. -œli?), n. [a GREEK, prob. identical with Ulf. manauli = GREEK, Phil. ii. 8], a 'man-shape,' hence a mannikin, as a term of