Literature and Language
What does the Celtic word ind mean?
There's actually no such language as "Celtic". Celtic refers to a group of dozens of languages, six of which are spoken today:
- Irish Gaelic
- Scottish Gaelic
Asked in Plural Nouns
What is the plural form of the word ind?
Asked in Translations
What is the Danish word for enter?
I am danish. As enter can mean a lot of things and is used in many different situations, there is many answers to this question. "enter" as the special lineshifting button on your keyboard is simply called 'enter' too. Or if you really want to keep it in danish, you can call it 'linjeskift' (lineshift). if you mean "enter a room" for example. There is no single word for it. You say "træde ind i et rum" where 'træde ind i' means 'to step into' If it is meant as an order, you can - depending on the circumstances - use the word "Entré" (as the french word) or "Kom ind", where the later is the more casual choice. ok that's it :-)