What is the abbreviation for Danish?
The abbreviation for the language Danish is Da while the abbreviation for Denmark is DK
Per Meaning; Each.
spsk is the Danish abbreviation of "En spiseske" or tablespoon.
Answer It is an abbreviation of "leg godt", which means "play well" Coincidentally, "Lego" is also a Latin verb which means, "I assemble". Although the company Lego is Danish, the company's name is of Latin origin. It means "I read" in Latin.
The name 'LEGO' is an abbreviation of the two Danish words "leg godt", meaning "play well". (This is confirmed on the Lego website)
No, the "de" is for Deutschland which is the German word for Germany so google.de is for Google Germany. "Dk" is used for Denmark or "Danmark" as the Danish would say.
dansk if you asked about what danish pastry was called on danish then it is "Wienerbrød"
A. Danish has written: 'Jahan-e-danish'
Yes there is. The anime is on tv on danish and you can buy the manga on danish.
If you mean the danish currency we have our own, the danish Crown (DKR(Danmarks krone))
Sorta. Danish-People are from Denmark, and called Danes. Danish is the language.
In Danish, welcome is :
It is not a danish word.
dansk or danske
They are eaten in Denmark
"No" in Danish is ingen
They aren't. People from Denmark are called Danes, their language is Danish, and when you refer to culture from Denmark it is called Danish culture. In the Danish language: Danish = Dansk, and Danes = Danskere. If you are confused about the relation between danish the pastry, and Danish the ethnicity, the answer is that Danish settlers to America made it popular in the States, which is why Americans call that sort of pastry, "danish"… Read More
Hermann Vinterberg has written: 'McKay's modern Danish-English, English-Danish dictionary, by Hermann Vinterberg and Jens Axelsen' -- subject(s): Danish, Danish language, Dictionaries, English, English language 'Dansk-engelsk ordbog' -- subject(s): Danish language, Dictionaries, English 'McKay's modern Danish-English, English-Danish dictionary' -- subject(s): Danish, Danish language, Dictionaries, English, English language
Danish (Denmark, Greenland) God morgen Danish (Denmark, Greenland) [before noon] God formiddag Danish (Denmark, Greenland) [noon] God middag Danish (Jutland) Mojn
Receiving, the Danish old pension while in Pakistan does not automatically make you a Danish citizen. I advice you to visit the Danish embassy in Pakistan for pinpoint answers.
Danish = دنماركية (female) or دنماركي (male)
If i racive danish old age pension in pakistan and i dont have any dacoments of denmark i just remember my danish person id number you tell me i am danish cityzen?
Yes, if you have a Danish Identification number, then you are still a Danish citizen.
Door in Danish is "dor"
no greenland is not ruled by the danish.
"Welcome" in danish means "velkommen".
The Danish are always nice.
They speak the language "danish".
A danish is called a Dane
'Santa' in danish is called 'Julemand'
A danish has about 250 calories in it.
usually the danish people pray or cook
If you mean; what is the danish word for he and she, it is: he = han she = hun
'Eat' in Danish is spise.
"Fox" in Danish is ræv
'Chair' in Danish is stol.
is is the Danish word for ice
Valdemar Poulsen was Danish
how do you translate big in danish
The Danish krone (plural: kroner). Krone is the Danish word for crown, so sometimes, you hear "Danish crown" or "Danish crowns" used as well.
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.
Well he was quite the prolific writer with 212 writings to his credit. Here you go: 001 Dykker-Klokken [Danish] - December 7, 1827 - Danish 002 Dødningen [Danish] - January 2, 1830 - Danish 003 Alferne paa Heden [Danish] - September 19, 1831 - Danish 004 Et Børneeventyr [Danish] - September 19, 1831 - Danish 005 Det sjunkne Kloster [Danish] - October 19, 1831 - Danish 006 The Tinder Box - May 8, 1835… Read More
The danish word for accountant is revisor
Hvid is the Danish word for white.
"Velkommen" Is the Danish word for Welcome(:
Danish is the proper adjective of Denmark.
the danish Øre is still in use.
The Danish Royal house
English: Father Danish: Far