openbar (OSw) openbar (ODan) adj.

Used of public, publicly known or otherwise apparent actions or states, often in phrases such as openbart hor ‘evident adultery’ (OSw YVgL Kkb), openbær men ‘open perjury’ (ODan JyL 2), openbær uvin ‘open enemy’ (ODan JyL 3), yppinbar uitni ‘public/clear witness’ (OSw ÖgL Kkb/Eb), yppinbar mal ‘clear case’ (in OSw ÖgL Kkb contrasted to humamal ‘suspected case’) and openbar skript ‘public penance’ (in OSw YVgL Kkb).


apparent ODan JyL 2
OSw ÖgL Äb

clear OSw ÖgL Kkb, Eb
conclusive OSw KrL Hb
OSw MEL Hb

evident OSw KrL Rb
OSw MESt Rb
OSw YVgL Kkb, Rlb, Add

known OSw KrL Äb
OSw MEL Äb
OSw MESt Äb

manifest ODan JyL 1
OSw KrL Eb DbI Add
OSw MEL Hb DbI
OSw MESt Hb

obvious OSw KrL Kgb
OSw MEL Kgb

open ODan JyL 2, 3
public OSw MESt Kmb
OSw ÖgL Kkb Äb
OSw YVgL Kkb

revealed ODan JyL 1 Refs:

Andersen 2011, 66

Citation
  • ‘openbar’. A Lexicon of Medieval Nordic Law.

  • http://www.dhi.ac.uk/lmnl/nordicheadword/displayPage/4020
    (06/20/2024)