dānisks

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Latvian[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From dānis (Danish) +‎ -isks.

Adjective[edit]

dānisks (def. dāniskais, comp. dāniskāks, sup. visdāniskākais; adv. dāniski)

  1. Danish (relating to the Danish language; relating to Danes or to Denmark)
    īsts dānisks bārs, pilns ar vietējiem džekiema real Danish bar, full of local guys
    kas vēl dāņiem šķiet tik dānisks, ka kļuvis par kanonu?what seems so Danish to the Danes that it has become canon(ical)?

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Usage notes[edit]

English “Danish” as an attributive adjective usually correponds in Latvian to dāņu, the genitive plural form of dānis. The adjective dānisks is commonly used as a predicate (“this is Danish”), or in its adverbial form dāniski.

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