Denmark

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From Danish Danmark, from Danish dansk (Danish) + Old Norse merki (boundary) or mǫrk (borderland). Cognate to (and perhaps influenced by) Old English Denemearc.

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Denmark

  1. A country in Western Europe consisting mainly of most of the Jutland Peninsula and a number of islands off its coast. Capital: Copenhagen (København).

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Acehnese[edit]

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Proper noun[edit]

Denmark

  1. Denmark

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Etymology[edit]

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Denmark

  1. Denmark.