Definition of Denmark in English:

Denmark

proper noun

  • A Scandinavian country consisting of the greater part of the Jutland peninsula and several neighbouring islands, between the North Sea and the Baltic; population 5,700,000 (estimated 2015); official language, Danish; capital, Copenhagen.

    Danish name Danmark

Denmark emerged as a separate country during the Viking period of the 10th and 11th centuries. In the 14th century Denmark and Norway were united under a Danish king, the union being joined between 1389–97 and 1523 by Sweden; Norway was ceded to Sweden in 1814. Although neutral, Denmark was occupied by Germany for much of the Second World War. Denmark joined the EC in 1973

Pronunciation

Denmark

/ˈdɛnmɑːk/