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SKAMMFEILINN -- SKAPA. 537

ask e-s, to be ashamed of a thing; skúa ok bróka skammisk engi maðr, Hm. 60, Sks. 744; ek skömdumk at vera nökviðr, 507 B, Bs. i. 469: mod. skammast sín, to blush, Sturl. i. 210; and skammast sín fyrir e-ð. 2. recipr. to scold, use bad language to one another.

skamm-feilinn, adj., in ó-skammfeilinn, impudent.

skamm-fulleikr, m. shamefastness, Mar. 1028.

skamm-fulliga, adv. bashfully, Barl. 59.

skamm-fulligr, adj. [Dan. skamfuld], shamefast, bashful, Stj. 34, Art.

skamm-fyllask, t, to be ashamed, Stj. 34, Barl. 91, 165.

skamm-fylli, f. shame, blushing, Al. 80, 104, Th. 78.

skamm-fylling, f. bashfulness, Stj. 34, Barl. 173.

skamm-færa, ð, [Dan. skamfere], to spoil, cut short; skipit er skammfært ef eigi fylgja árarnar, 673. 59; hestana háðuliga útleikna ok skammfærða, Fas. i. 90 (spoiled by cutting off the manes and tails).

skamm-lauss, adj. shameless, without shame; ætla ek at þú sér s. af þessu, 'tis no shame to thee, Eb. 160; þú góð kona, skammlaus ertú af mér, Bær. 17. 2. neut. not disgraceful; lízt mér þetta skammlaust, Korm. 192; er þat s. at þiggja ok veita stór högg, Fms. viii. 116, Hkr. i. 11: at skammlausu, without shame, Eg. 274.

skamm-liga, adv. shamefully, Sks. 503.

skamm-naktr, adj. shamefully naked, Sks. 504.

skamm-raun, f., Fms. iv. 264; read skapraun, see Ó.H. l.c.

skamm-samliga, adv. shamefully, Fs. 134, Al. 30, Sks. 503.

skamm-samligr, adj. shameful, disgraceful, Fs. 31, Stj. 585, Róm. 149.

SKAMR or skammr, skömm, skamt, adj., compar. skemri, superl. skemstr; usually spelt and sounded with mm before a vowel, but m before a consonant, [cp. Engl. scamped, of carpenter's work when ill-done] :-- short; var fótleggrinn skamr, Fms. viii. 447, skammar 'ro skips rár (see rá, f.), Hm.; láta e-n höfði skemra, to make a head shorter, i.e. behead, Hým.: as a nickname, Atli inn Skammi, the Short, Eg.: not freq. in a local sense, except in the neut. skamt, en er þeir vóru skamt komnir frá, skála, Fb. i. 540; ok er þeir áttu skamt til garðsins, Eb. 60; hón bjó skamt frá Skalla-grími, Eg. 109; þaðan skamt á brott, 130; skamt í frá honum, Fms. x. 420, Fs. 37, Edda 29; um aðra hluti var skamt milii máls konunga (i.e. they did not dissent much), en þó gékk eigi sættin saman, Fms. x. 132: compar., var sú leiðin skemri, Eg. 576; örskot eða skemra, Grág. ii. 264; hann hljóp eigi skemra aptr en fram, Nj. 29; þykki mér þat opt rjúfask er skemra er at frétta enn slíkt, 259: þar er skemst var milli skógarins ok árinnar, Eg. 276. II. temp. brief, short; skamma hríð, a short while, Nj. 6; til skamrar stundar, Hom. 107; skamma stund, Fb. ii. 103, passim; skömm ró, short rest, Am. 78 (Bugge); skamt mun nú mál okkat verða, short conversation, Hbl.; þótti Antenor (dat.) skamt mál í munni verða, that A. spoke now this, now that, Bret. 80; eigi skemra mel en viku-stefnu, Grág. ii. 349: neut., skamt segir þú þá eptir líf-daga várra, Fms. i. 211; eiga skamt eptir, skamt eptir ólifat, Sturl. i. 113, Nj. 85; at skamt skyli okkar í meðal, Nj. 114: þá mun þér skamt til afar-kosta, Ld. 222; hann kvað skamt til þess, that would be presently, Fs. 72. 2. adverbially, skömmu, shortly, Hkr. iii. 454; nú var þessi atburðr skammu, Anecd. 78; vildi konungrinn skömmum samfast mæla við hann, short at a time, Ó.H. 71; sat hann skömmum við drykk, Fms. vii. 106; ef þú ert skömmum í sama stað, Al. 4: compar., mundi verða skemrum biskupslaust, ef tveir væri biskuparnir, Bs. i. 159; eigi skemrum en fimm nóttum, not shorter than five nights, N.G.L. i. 42; Gautr er með Þorvaldi eigi skemrum en með Sigurði, Fær. 242: sem skemst, as short a while as possible, Nj. 251: also skemstu, very shortly, only a while ago, þá minning er nú bauð ek þér skemstu, Mar.; fyrir skemstu, recently, Eg. 322, Fms. i. 223; nú fyrir skemstu, Fs. 72.

B. COMPDS: skam-biti, a, m. the short cross-beams in the roof. skam-bragðs, adv. shortly, soon, Hkr. i. 249. skam-degi, n. the 'short day,' Midwinter-day, Lat. bruma, Landn. 140, Bs. i. 350, Fb. i. 539. skam-fótr, m. short-foot, a nickname, Gísl. 33. skam-góðr., adj. good for but a brief time; s. vermir, a warmth that will not last long. skam-háls, m. short-neck, a nickname, Fms. ix. 14. skam-hygginn, adj. (-hyggni, f.), = skam-sýnn, Barl. 55. skam-höndungr, m. short-hand, a nickname, Landn. skam-leikr, m. shortness; s. várs lífs, 1812. 20. skam-leitr, adj. short-faced, Grett. 90 A. skam-lífi, n. the being short-lived, Fms. vi. 229, Hkr. i. 251. skam-lífr, adj. short-lived, Fms. xi. 329, Dropl. 6. skam-minnigr, adj. short of memory, Fms. viii. 241. skam-mæli, n. short speech, brevity, Stj. 41. skam-rif, n. pl. the short ribs, the lower part of the breast, the brisket, Dipl. v. 18, Fb. ii. 103: metaph., skamrifja-mikill, stout, fat, Grett. 148 A. skam-rækr, adj. having a short memory for revenge, Fms. v. 325, MS. 656 B. 2. skam-skeptr, part. short-shafted, Sks. 386, Fms. viii. 429, x. 363. skam-stafa, að, to abbreviate. skam-stöfun, f. abbreviation. skam-sýni, f. short-sightedness (only in a metaph. sense), Sks. 11, 302, 623, 667, Gþl. 162. skam-sýni-ligr, adj. = skamsýnn, Fms. viii. 101, Sks. 276. skam-sýnn, adj. short-sighted, foolish, only metaph. (nærsýnn in a bodily sense), Fms. viii. 17, Sks. 248, Anecd. 10, Gþl. 44. skam-sætr, adj. short of stay; skamsæta ætla ek honum þá laug, Sturl. ii. 99. skam-talaðr, part. short-spoken, Fms. viii. 204, Eg. 62. skam-vaxinn, part. short of growth, of crops, Ann. 827. skam-víss, adj. short of wit, foolish, Sks. 292. skamm-æði, f. a short duration; mun þér þetta draga til skammæðar, it will not last thee long, Þórð. 23. skamm-æligr, adj. short-lived, fleeting, brief; s. líf, Fms. i. 225; s. gleði, Greg. 42; girndir skammæligra hluta, 677. 4; hann kvað hann skammæligan (short-lived), Sturl. i. 145. skamm-ær, adj. (-æ, -ætt), short-lived; s. sigr, Fms. ii. 10 (Fs. 90); skamæ lýti, Mkv. 19; skammætt ríki, short-lived power, opp. to everlasting, 677. 7: Teitr varð skammær, Fms. vii. 40; munum skammæir, Am. 29 (Bugge).

skamta, að, [from skammr], to share, dole out, portion, esp. of food at meals to the household; skamta fólkínu; skamta í búrinu; skamta e-m úr hnefa.

skamtaðar-erendi, n., read skapnaðar-erendi (q.v.), Lv. 79.

skamtr, m. [cp. Engl. scant], a share, portion; setja e-m skamt, Róm. 132; skornum skamti, in short measure, scantily, Nikdr. 68; þá hefir hann skamt logit á hendr sér, N.G.L. i. 73.

SKAP, n. [A.S. ge-sceap; Engl. shape; cp. Germ. be-schaffen] :-- prop. shape, form. II. state, condition; at því skapi, in the same proportion, Rb. 96; nú ferr at því skapi um alla öldina, 62; hélt þat vel skapi, meðan hón lifði, it kept in a good state whilst she lived, Bs. 1. 129; því hefir haldit skapi, it has held its shape, remained unchanged, Jd. 3: under this head come compds denoting lawful, right, skap-drottinn, -þing, -dauði, -arfi, -bætendr, -þiggendr, see below. III. condition of mind, temper, mood, Fs. 128; ek kann skapi Hrafnkels, Hrafn. 27; hógværr í skapi, Nj. 2; mitt skap er eigi betra enn til meðallags, Þiðr.; hennar skap er svá stórt, at ..., 307; Högni er nú mjök reiðr ok íllu skapi, in an angry mood, 321: mod., í íllu skapi, cp. vesall maðr ok ílla skapi (ill-tempered), Hm. 21, where skapi seems to be used as an adjective; vera við e-s, skap, to be after one's mind, Finnb. 262; hón svarar sem hennar var skap til, Fbr. 137; er ok varkunn á at þvílíkir hlutir liggi í miklu rúmi þeim er nokkurir eru skapi, Fms. iv. 80; kofarn í skapi, ... íllr í skapi, ill-tempered; góðr í skapi, good-tempered; at þeir hafi ílla borit sik, svá at þeim hafi náliga í allt skap komit, áðr enn létti, so that at last they almost cried, Gísl. 39; vera lítill í skapi, of small mind, faint-hearted, Hrafn. 30; ef þeir væri svá litlir í skapi at þeir þyrði eigi, K.Þ.K. 94; hafa ekki skap til e-s, to have no mind to, Nj. 202; nú hefi ek beðit hér þá stund er ek fæ mér skap til, Ld. 256, cp. Ó.H. 47; honum rann í skap, ok reiddisk hann, Fms. vi. 212; ef þat væri feðr hennar eigi móti skapi, Eg. 36, Fms. ix. 244; óvinsæll ok lítt við alþýðu skap, unpopular, Fs. 63; enginn má við mik skapi koma, Lv. 22; þat fannsk á, at henni þótti þetta mjök í móti skapi, Ld. 88; þat væri mér næst skapi, I should have a great mind for, 86; vera e-m vel at skapi, to be to one's mind, Fs. 16, Fms. vi. 304; göra e-m e-t til skaps, to do a thing to please one, humour him, Eg. 65, Nj. 198; e-m býr e-t í skapi, to brood over, plan, Ó.H. 32. COMPDS: skaps-annmarki, a, m. fault of temper or mind, the bad side of one's character, Sturl. i. 146, Fms. iv. 382. skaps-höfn, f. mind, disposition; þeir feðgar vóru úlíkir í skapshöfnum, Fms. viii. 447, MS. 655 xi. 2; hann nennti eigi at hafa Erlend suðr þar lengr fyrir skapshafnar sakir, for the sake of his distemper, Sturl. i. 165. skaps-löstr, m. = skaplöstr, Sturl. i. 146. skaps-munir, m. pl. mind, temper, disposition, Eb. 110, Sd. 188, Hrafn. 24, Ísl. ii. 12, Fms. iii. 195, v. 341.

B. Plur. sköp, what is 'shaped' for one or fated, one's fate; fár gengr of sköp Norna, Km. 24; eigi má sköpunum renna; sköpum viðr manngi, Am.; fátt er sköpum ríkra, Fs. 23; eigi má við sköpunum sporna, 26; mæla verðr einnhverr skapanna málum, Gísl. 17; íll sköp, ill fate; góð sköp, good luck, Korm. (in a verse); rík sköp, the mighty weird, Kormak; skiptu sköp, doom decided, Sturl. (in a verse); at sköpum = Gr. GREEK, Ýt. 9, Gg. 4, N.G.L. i. 204; ok gaf honum nær líf með sköpum, he escaped almost by a miracle, had a narrow escape, Fb. ii. 23. 2. a curse, fatality; þá er konunga-börn urðu fyrir stjupmæðra sköpum (curses), Fms. viii. 18; ó-sköp or ú-sköp, an ill fate, fatality, Hm. 97, Korm. 208, 240, Al. 129; verða fyrir ú-sköpum, Edda 11, Fas. i. 130 (of evil spells); ú-skapa verk, an evil deed which one is fated to do, iii. 406: vé-sköp, holy ordinance, Vsp. 2. sköpin (with the article), the genitals, Fms. v. 346, Ann. 1426, Edda (pref., of Saturn), Barl. 135, Fas. iii. 387, Bs. i. 466. skapa-dægr, n. one's fated day of death; engi kemsk yfir sitt s., a saying, Es. 39.

C. = skaf, q.v.; fimm hlöss viðar ok þrjú skaps, N.G.L. i. 240, ii. 110, v.l. 15.

SKAPA, the forms of this word vary much; there was a strong form, skapa, skóp, but defective, for only the pret. (skóp, skópu) remains; the other tenses follow the weak form skapa, að (of the first weak conjugation), which is freq. in old writers, while it is the only form in mod. usage. 2. there are also remains of another weak verb, skepja (answering to Goth, skapjan), to which belong the pret. skapði, part. skapið, skaptr; the infin. skepja, however, only occurs in a few instances, Kormak, D.I. i. 243. l. 31 (H.E. iv. 154), Bs. i. 734; as