Danish

Danish may refer to:

  • Something of, from, or related to the country of Denmark
  • A national or citizen of Denmark, also called a "Dane". For information about the people of Denmark
    • Demographics of Denmark
    • Culture of Denmark
  • Danish people or Danes, people with a Danish ancestral or ethnic identity
    • List of Danes
  • The Danish language, a North Germanic language used mostly in Denmark and Northern Germany
    • Languages of Denmark
  • A Danish pastry, often simply called "Danish"
  • The Danish tongue or Old Norse, the parent language of all North Germanic languages
  • A member of the Daner, a Germanic tribe
  • Danish (name), a male given name

Other articles related to "danish":

Danevirke - Symbolism
... by the Germans, the Danevirke was used as a potent symbol of Danish nationalism ... Specifically, it was a symbol of the Danish historical claim for the whole of this territory — although during the centuries since its construction the linguistic frontier has moved gradually ... The fiefdom remained as a Danish fief ...
2002 In Afghanistan - April
... Saturday, April 6 Three Danish and two German explosives experts were killed while defusing Soviet-built SA-3 anti-aircraft missiles near Kabul's airport ... In November 2002, a Danish-German report would conclude that the explosives experts did not follow safety regulations while disarming two of the missiles ... By March 2003 two Danish officers would face preliminary charges of negligence ...
The Danevirke in Popular Culture
... As a symbol of Danish autonomy from Germany, Dannevirke was adopted as the title of several Danish journals during the nineteenth century ... The town of Dannevirke in New Zealand was founded by Danish, Norwegian and Swedish settlers in 1872, when the Danevirke's loss to the Germans was a recent and very painful memory ...
Counties Of Denmark
... The Counties of Denmark (Danish Danmarks amter) were former subdivisions of metropolitan Denmark, used primarily for administrative regions, with each county having its own ... Greenland and the Faroe Islands are also part of the Danish Realm, but both enjoy internal autonomy ... and each community sends two members to the Danish Parliament ...
Ole Madsen
26, 2006), simply known as Ole Madsen, was a Danish international footballer, who scored 42 goals in 50 matches for the Danish national team and competed at the 1964 European Nations' Cup ... He played 11 seasons for Danish lower-league clubs, before signing a professional contract for Dutch club Sparta Rotterdam, winning the 1966 KNVB Cup with the team ... In 1964, he was named Danish Player of the Year and became the first Dane to receive a vote in the European Footballer of the Year poll ...