Old Swedish Dictionary - skälla

Meaning of Old Swedish word "skälla" (or skælla) in Swedish.

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

skälla (skælla)
skälla, bjällra, liten klocka. nola le biella ok lithin klokka. .. versus cuius colla nolis resonant hunc tangere nolis thu skal ey koma vedh then vppa huilkins halse skällor liwda GU C 20 s. 358. ATb 2: 319 (1487).

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

Part of speech: nn

Alternative forms or notes:
  • skella.
  • -or) ,

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

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Works and authors cited:

Glossarii Latino-Svethici specimen vetustum. E cod. mscr. Bibliothecæ Reg. Acad. Upsal. Diss. Ups. præs. J. H. Schröder. 1845.
(el. ATb 1), ATb 2, ATb 3 Arboga stads tänkebok I--III. Utg. av Erik Noreen och Torsten Wennström. 1935--40. SFSS.
GU C 20
Latinskt-Svenskt glossarium efter Cod. Ups. C 20. Utg. av E. Neuman. S 1--583. 1918--20, (hand 2) s. 1--169. 1938--42. SFSS.
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