What does the name Denmark mean? Find out below.
From Danish Danmark, from Danish dansk (“Danish”) + Old Norse merki (“boundary”) or mǫrk (“borderland”). Cognate to (and perhaps influenced by) Old English Denemearc.
Denmark was also found in the following language(s): Acehnese and Scots
DM Sevilla is an actor and model. He has had major accomplishments since 2004. DM was given the name Denmark Sevilla on January 29th, 1987 in Santa Maria, Bulacan. DM is also known as DM and Romeo.
Denmark Casey Jr. is an athlete for the Belmopan Bandits.
Anne of Denmark was royalty. Her career lasted from 1589 to 1589. Anne was born as the child of Frederick II of Denmark and Sophie of Mecklenburg-Güstrow on December 12th, 1574 in Skanderborg Castle, Skanderborg, Denmark. She died on March 2nd, 1619.
Helen of Greece and Denmark was royalty. She holds the title Queen Mother of Romania. Helen was born as the child of Constantine I of Greece and Sophia of Prussia on May 2nd, 1896 in Athens. She died on November 28th, 1982.
Alexandra of Greece and Denmark was royalty. Her most notable accomplishments were from 1944 to 1945. Alexandra was born as the child of Alexander of Greece and Aspasia Manos on March 25th, 1921 in Athens. She died on January 30th, 1993.
Louise Auguste of Denmark was royalty. Her most notable accomplishments were from 1794 to 1814. Louise was born as the child of Christian VII of Denmark, Johann Friedrich Struensee, and Caroline Matilda of Great Britain on July 7th, 1771 in Hirschholm Palace. She passed away on January 13th, 1843.
Sophia Magdalena of Denmark was royalty. She was most active from 1771 to 1792. Sophia was born as the child of Frederick V of Denmark and Louise of Great Britain on July 3rd, 1746 in Christiansborg Palace, Copenhagen, Denmark. She breathed her last breath on August 21st, 1813.
Christina of Denmark was royalty. She was most prominent from 1534 to 1535. Christina was born as the child of Christian II of Denmark and Isabella of Austria in Nyborg. She died on December 10th, 1590.
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People with the last name Denmark are most frequently White or African American