Definition of Sagaman

1. a writer of sagas [n SAGAMEN]



Lexicographical Neighbors of Sagaman

saftest
sag
sag down
sag off
sagaciate
sagaciated
sagaciates
sagaciating
sagacious
sagaciously
sagaciousness
sagaciousnesses
sagacities
sagacity
sagaman (current term)
sagamen
sagamite
sagamites
sagamore
sagamores
saganaki
saganash
saganashes
sagapen
sagapens
sagapenum
sagapenums
sagas
sagathies

Literary usage of Sagaman

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. The Harvard Classics by Charles William Eliot (1910)
"though the sagaman has drawn some incidents from it; the reader will find it translated in our second part. But before the death of the heroine we have ..."

2. Epic and Saga: The Song of Roland; The Desstruction of Dá Derga's Hostel by Charles William Eliot (1910)
"From this point to the end of the Saga it keeps closely to the Songs of Edda; in chap, xxxii. the sagaman has rendered into prose the Ancient Lay of Gudrun, ..."

3. The Volsunga Saga by Eiríkr Magnússon, William Morris, Henry Halliday Sparling, Rasmus Björn Anderson, Jessie Laidlay Weston, James William Buel (1906)
"The grand poem, called the Hell-ride of Brynhild, is not represented directly by anything in the prose except that the sagaman has supplied from it a link ..."

4. Epic and Saga: Beowulf; The Song of Roland; The Destruction of Dá Derga's (1910)
"From this point to the end of the Saga it keeps closely to the Songs of Edda; in chap, xxxii. the sagaman has rendered into prose the Ancient Lay of Gudrun, ..."

5. The Volsunga Saga by Eiríkr Magnússon, William Morris, Henry Halliday Sparling, Jessie Laidlay Weston (1906)
"The grand poem, called the Hell-ride of Brynhild, is not represented directly by anything in the prose except that the sagaman has supplied from it a link ..."

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