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  1. Danish ( / ˈdeɪnɪʃ / ⓘ, DAY-nish; endonym: danskpronounced [ˈtænˀsk] ⓘ, dansk sprog [ˈtænˀsk ˈspʁɔwˀ]) [1] is a North Germanic language from the Indo-European language family spoken by about six million people, principally in and around Denmark.

  2. Idioma danés. El danés (dansk) es una lengua nórdica, correspondiente a un grupo de las lenguas germánicas, a su vez, de la familia indoeuropea. Es hablado por cerca de seis millones de personas, y es el idioma oficial de Dinamarca y cooficial en las Islas Feroe (territorio danés).

  3. The Danish Wikipedia (Danish: Dansk Wikipedia) started on 1 February 2002 and is the Danish language edition of Wikipedia. As of June 2024, it has 300,289 articles and its article depth is 57.5.

  4. Danish is the Germanic language spoken in Denmark, the Faroe Islands, and parts of Greenland and Germany (Southern Schleswig). Around 5.5 million people speak Danish. It is used as a second language in Greenland and the Faroe Islands.

  5. The Danish language has a number of regional and local dialect varieties. [1] [2] These can be divided into the traditional dialects, which differ from modern Standard Danish in both phonology and grammar, and the Danish accents, which are local varieties of the standard language distinguished mostly by pronunciation and local ...

  6. «Language» (PDF). Royal Danish ministry of foreign affairs. Archivado desde el original el 13 de octubre de 2006. Categorías: Idioma danés.

  7. The main written language was Latin, and the few Danish language texts preserved from this period are written in the Latin alphabet, although the runic alphabet seems to have lingered in popular usage in some areas.