Hätta

Old Swedish Dictionary - hätta

Meaning of Old Swedish word "hätta" (or hætta) in Swedish.

As defined by K.F Söderwall's dictionary of Medieval Swedish:

hätta (hætta)
hätta, kapuschong, mössa. Jfr Hildebrand, Sv. Medelt. 2: 290 ff. Atb 1: 171 (1462). swa mykit swarth amesterdampst ath hwarthera faar en kaapa och en hetta aff SJ 2: 106 ( 1487) . Jfr lin-, manna-, qvinno-, strut-hätta.

Orthography: Early Old Swedish used different letters for ä and ö, so hätta may have also been written as hætta

Part of speech: nn

Alternative forms or notes:
  • hetta )
  • hätto brödher (hättebröder),
  • *hätto haki
  • hätto klädhe
  • hetta- )
  • *hätto struter
  • hätte- )
  • *hätto timp

Possible runic inscription in Medieval Futhork:ᚼᛅᛏᛏᛆ
Medieval Runes were used in Sweden from 12th to 17th centuries.

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Works and authors cited:

SJ
2 Stockholms Stads Jordebok 1474--1498. Utg. genom H. Hildebrad [och L. M. Bååth]. 1889, 1914.
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