Atto- was made from the Danish word for eighteen (atten).
"He says tide," said my uncle, translating the Danish word.
"He says tide," replied my uncle, translating the Danish word for my information.
He created the name in the 1930s by putting the Danish words 'leg godt'(play well) together.
Folketinget (the people's thing) is the Danish word for parliament.
Hygge - a very important Danish word to express a sense of warmth and companionship.
Speciallægepraksisplanlægningsstabiliseringsperiode, which is 51 letters, is the longest Danish word that has been used in an official context.
She repeated the Danish words to him; the man nodded emphatically and said them again, beaming with pleasure.
However 300 years later a large amount of Danish words (that differs from Swedish) have survived.
In his diaries, a Danish word occasionally fall into the pen.