How do say father in Danish?
English: Father Danish: Far
mor far ;D Hope its good ^^
His father is Danish, but his mother is from Philippine.
dansk if you asked about what danish pastry was called on danish then it is "Wienerbrød"
You simply say "farvel", the danish equivalent of "farewell"...
How do you say _______ in Danish = "Hvordan siger man ________ på dansk"
"No" in Danish is ingen
In Danish, welcome is :
dansk or danske
Ø is the Danish word for island. If you want to say it in plural, say øer.
'Chair' in Danish is stol.
"Fox" in Danish is ræv
is is the Danish word for ice
'Eat' in Danish is spise.
Door in Danish is "dor"
Frihed is the Danish word for freedom
"Velkommen" Is the Danish word for Welcome(:
grandparent =bedsteforælder grandparents = bedsteforældre granny = bedste grandma = bedstemor grandpa = bedstefar father's father = farfar mother's mother = mormor mother's father = morfar fathers' mother = farmor
Sorry, there is no such thing as that name "SHANNON" in danish.
"Dear" in Danish is kære
Danish is spelled 'danois, danoise' in French.
"jeg elsker dig" pronounced something like 'yay elsker dai" (first 'e' like in belt, 'er' like in father)
You can always use bedstemor but it´s a little formal. The danes usually use mormor (if it is the mother of their mother) or farmor (if it is the mother of their father) Bedstemor
"Dear John" in Danish is Kære john
yellow eyes in danish is "Gule øjne"
Literal translation of baby in Danish is: baby, spædbarn
There are numerous ways to say hello in danish. For instance * Goddag * Hej Or the more advanced * Dav/Davs * Halløj ANSWER hello in danish Hej, hallo, davs, halløj
The Danish way of saying "grandmother" is "bedstemor". But if you are referring to a mothers mum, you can say "mormor" or if you are referring to a fathers mum, you say "farmor"
Dansk "Jeg er dansk." Yes, the word "Danish" is spelled with a lowercase in Danish - all languages and weekdays are spelled starting with a lowercase.
Sweet dreams translates to drøm sodtin Danish.
Lego is Leg Godt in Danish meaning "play well"
Juleman is Santa in Danish. (yUl uh man)
You say 'skat' or 'elskede'
They say godmorgen.
You say - tak
Danish (Denmark, Greenland) God morgen Danish (Denmark, Greenland) [before noon] God formiddag Danish (Denmark, Greenland) [noon] God middag Danish (Jutland) Mojn
to pronounce the danish name bolette, you say (bol)-ay
You don't have a Danish name for James, so you will just say James.
Julian's father is Spanish and his mother is Danish.
You just say it in English :-)
"Kys" is both plural and singular form of a "kiss" and a lot of "kisses" in Danish.
"Tak" is the danish for thank you. "mange tak" means thank you very much.
Answer: Glædelig jul danske venner
Emily isn't a danish name, but a name very similar to Emily is "Emilie" :)
You can say hei (hi) or hallo. Very similar to English. I am not a native speaker in danish but I come from Norway and the languages are very similar.
Her father is Mexican and her mother is of French and Danish descent.
Ja You would say Ja or Jawel.
You say "velkommen til Danmark"