American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- adj. Of or relating to Denmark, the Danes, their language, or their culture.
- n. The North Germanic language of the Danes.
- n. A Danish pastry.
- From Old English Denisc ("people of Denmark"). (Wiktionary)
- Middle English, alteration (influenced by Old Norse Danr, Dane) of Denish, from Old English Denisc, from Dene, the Danes. (American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition)
“ANDERS FOGH RASMUSSEN, DANISH PRIME MINISTER: Of course it is a balance, but I think that everybody should realize that neither the Danish government nor the Danish people can be held responsible for what is published in a free and independent newspaper.”
“AWOL Afghan soldiers arrested in Denmark DANISH authorities have detained two Afghan soldiers who ran off after completing training exercises in Germany, Danish police said.”
“DANISH authorities have detained two Afghan soldiers who ran off after completing training exercises in Germany, Danish police said.”
“Apparently he was a Danish subject; Westergaard, _Danish West Indies_, p. 110.]”
“Fromage is, as readers here will know, cheese, but fromage in Danish is a dessert almost like a crème caramel but without the caramel sauce.”
“The latest translation, of yesterday's word "pancarte," is in Danish (thank you, Jens!).”
“Lucy: Thank you for my first ever lesson in Danish, and especially for the vivid illustration.”
“Although Welner admitted that he hadn't actually read Dr. Sennels's book because it was written in Danish, which Welner can't read.”
“The Danish is correct and not just gibberish (some of the actors had a bit of a weird accent though, I think one of them was Swedish).”
“Danish is great for place names: their language is not only non-phonetic, the written and spoken have actually speciated.”
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