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Exonyms in Denmark

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Exonyms in Denmark

Explanation of the terms endonym and exonym here External. Return to exonyms summary page here

For technical reasons, all alternative place name versions in the lists below have been labelled as "exonyms", even though it may be a local-language alternative form.

Note: many of the postal code ranges shown below originate from Wikipedia and may not be complete – caution is advised when using them.

Alternate place name forms/postal code tables can be acquired at http://www.grcdi.nl/settlements.htm External

Other language place name data can be acquired at http://www.grcdi.nl/otherlanguageplace.htm External

The following list gives foreign language equivalents of Danish place names:

Denmark: Endonyms External and exonyms External in Dutch:

Postal code DanishDutch For more information about this place:
1050-1778, 2100, 2150, 2200, 2300, 2400, 2450 København → Kopenhagen Copenhagen - Wikipedia External

Denmark: Endonyms External and exonyms External in English:

Postal code DanishEnglish For more information about this place:
3000 Helsingør → Elsinore Helsingør - Wikipedia External
1050-1778, 2100, 2150, 2200, 2300, 2400, 2450 København → Copenhagen Copenhagen - Wikipedia External

Denmark: Endonyms External and exonyms External in French:

Postal code DanishFrench For more information about this place:
3000 Helsingør → Elseneur Helsingør - Wikipedia External
1050-1778, 2100, 2150, 2200, 2300, 2400, 2450 København → Copenhague Copenhagen - Wikipedia External

Denmark: Endonyms External and exonyms External in German:

Postal code CzechGerman For more information about this place:
6200 Aabenraa or Åbenrå → Apenrade Aabenraa - Wikipedia External
  Åbæk → Aubek  
  Åbøl → Aubel  
  Adsbøl → Atzböll  
  Agerskov → Aggerschau  
  Årø By → Aaröby  
  Årøsund or Aarøsund → Aarösund Aarøsund - Wikipedia External
  Årsbjerg → Aarsberg  
  Årslev → Arsleben Årslev - Wikipedia External
  Årup or Aarup → Aarup Aarup - Wikipedia External
  Åspe → Aaspe  
  Asserballe → Atzerballig  
  Åstrup → Aastrup  
  Augustenborg → Augustenburg Augustenborg Denmark - Wikipedia External
  Åved → Auwitt  
  Avnbøl → Altenbüll  
  Bådsbøl → Bodsbüll  
  Barsø → Barsö  
  Bedsted → Bedstedt  
  Bevtoft → Beftoft  
  Bjerndrup → Behrendorf  
  Bjolderup → Biolderup  
  Bolderslev → Boldersleben  
  Bov → Bau Bov Municipality - Wikipedia External
  Bovrup → Baurup  
  Brændstrup → Brendstrup Brændstrup - Wikipedia External
  Bredevad → Bredewatt  
  Broager → Broacker Broager - Wikipedia External
  Brøns → Bröns  
  Burkal → Buhrkall Burkal - Wikipedia External
  Bylderup → Bülderup  
  Døstrup → Döstrup  
  Dybbøl → Düppel Dybbøl - Wikipedia External
  Dyrhus → Dürhaus  
  Egernsung → Ekensund  
  Emmerlav → Emmerleff  
  Fårhus → Schafhaus  
  Feldsted → Feldstedt  
  Fole → Fohl  
  Frøslev → Fröslee  
  Fynshav → Fühnenshaff  
  Gabøl → Gabel  
  Gallehus → Gallehuus  
  Gånsager → Gonsagger  
  Gejlå → Gehlau  
  Genner → Gjenner  
  Gram → Gramm Gram (Denmark) - Wikipedia External
  Gråsten → Gravenstein Gråsten - Wikipedia External
  Grønnebek → Grönnebek  
6100 Haderslev → Hadersleben Haderslev - Wikipedia External
  Hammelev → Hammeleff  
  Hardeshøj → Hardeshoi  
  Havnbjerg → Hagenberg  
  Hejls → Heils  
  Hejlsminde → Heilsminde  
  Hellevad → Hellewat  
  Hjerpsted → Jerpstedt  
  Hjordkær → Jordkirch Hjordkær - Wikipedia External
  Høgslund → Hoxlund  
  Højer → Hoyer Højer - Wikipedia External
  Højrup → Hoirup  
  Holbøl → Hollebüll  
  Horsbyg → Horsbük  
  Høruphav → Hörup  
  Hovslund → Haberslund  
  Hviding → Widding  
  Jegerup → Jägerup  
  Jejsing → Jeising  
  Kær → Kjär  
  Kegnæs → Kekenis Kegnæs - Wikipedia External
  Kelstrup Strand → Seelust  
  Kliplev → Klipleff  
1050-1778, 2100, 2150, 2200, 2300, 2400, 2450 København → Kopenhagen Copenhagen - Wikipedia External
  Kongsmark → Königsmark  
  Korup → Quorp Korup Denmark - Wikipedia External
  Kravlund → Kraulund  
  Kruså → Krusau Kruså - Wikipedia External
  Kværs → Quars  
  Langetved → Langetwedt  
  Lille Nustrup → Klein Nustrup  
  Løgumkloster → Lügumkloster Løgumkloster - Wikipedia External
  Løjt Kirkeby → Loitkirkeby  
  Løjt Skovby → Schauby  
  Lydersholm → Lyssabel  
  Lysabild → Lyssabel  
  Magstrup → Maugstrup  
  Mjolden → Medolden  
  Møgeltønder → Mögeltondern Møgeltønder - Wikipedia External
  Nordborg → Norburg Nordborg - Wikipedia External
  Norre Hostrup → Norder Hostrup  
  Norre Løgum → Norder Lögum  
  Norre Vilstrup → Norder Wilstrup  
  Oksbøl → Oxbüll  
  Ørby → Orby  
  Øsby → Ösby  
  Østerby → Osterby  
  Øster Hojst → Oster Hoist  
  Øster Lindet → Oster Lindet  
  Øster Løgum → Oster Lügum  
  Øster Terp → Osterterp  
  Over Jersdal → Ober Jerstal  
  Padborg → Pattburg Padborg - Wikipedia External
  Ravsted → Rapstedt  
  Rejsby → Reisby  
  Rens → Renz  
6760 Ribe → Ripen Ribe - Wikipedia External
  Rinkenæs → Rinkenis  
  Roager → Roagger  
  Rødding → Rödding Rødding - Wikipedia External
  Rødekro → Rothenkrug Rødekro - Wikipedia External
  Rømø → Röm Rømø - Wikipedia External
  Rørkær → Rohrkärr  
  Rudbøl → Rudebüll  
  Schackenborg → Schackenburg  
  Simmersted → Simmerstedt  
  Skærbæk → Scherrebeck Skærbæk - Wikipedia External
  Skast → Schads  
  Skelde → Schelde  
  Skodborg → Schottburg  
  Skovby → Schauby  
  Sommersted → Sommerstedt  
  Sønderballe → Süderballig  
6400 Sønderborg → Sonderburg Sønderborg - Wikipedia External
  Sønderby → Sünderby  
  Sønderhav → Süderhaff  
  Sønder Hostrup → Süder Hostrup  
  Sønder Hygum → Hügum  
  Sønder Sejerslev → Süder Seiersleff  
  Sønder Vilstrup → Süder Wilstrup  
  Store Anslet → Groß Anslet  
  Store Jyndevad → Groß Jündewatt  
  Store Nustrup → Groß Nustrup  
  Strandelhjørn → Strandelhjörn  
  Stubbæk → Stübbek  
  Styrtom → Störtum  
9230 Svenstrup → Schwenstrup Svenstrup Aalborg Municipality - Wikipedia External
  Terkelsbøl → Terkelsbüll  
  Tinglev → Tingleff Tinglev - Wikipedia External
  Tiset → Thiset  
6270 Tønder → Tondern Tønder - Wikipedia External
  Tvismark → Twismark  
  Uge → Uk  
  Ulkebøl → Ulkebüll  
  Ullerup → Ulderp  
  Vandling → Wandling  
  Varnæs → Warnitz  
  Vester Sottrup → Sattrup  
  Visby → Wiesby  
  Vojens → Woyens Vojens - Wikipedia External
  Vollerup → Wollerup  
  Vonsbæk → Wonsbek  

Denmark: Endonyms External and exonyms External in Hungarian:

Postal code DanishHungarian For more information about this place:
8000, 8200, 8210 Aarhus → Árhus Aarhus - Wikipedia External
1050-1778, 2100, 2150, 2200, 2300, 2400, 2450 København → Koppenhága Copenhagen - Wikipedia External

Denmark: Endonyms External and exonyms External in Icelandic:

Denmark: Endonyms External and exonyms External in Irish:

Postal code DanishIrish For more information about this place:
1050-1778, 2100, 2150, 2200, 2300, 2400, 2450 København → Cóbanhávan Copenhagen - Wikipedia External

Denmark: Endonyms External and exonyms External in Italian:

Postal code DanishItalian For more information about this place:
1050-1778, 2100, 2150, 2200, 2300, 2400, 2450 København → Copenhagen Copenhagen - Wikipedia External
3000 Helsingør → Elsinore Helsingør - Wikipedia External

Denmark: Endonyms External and exonyms External in Latvian:

Postal code DanishLatvian For more information about this place:
1050-1778, 2100, 2150, 2200, 2300, 2400, 2450 København → Kopenhāgena Copenhagen - Wikipedia External

Denmark: Endonyms External and exonyms External in Lithuanian:

Postal code DanishLithuanian For more information about this place:
1050-1778, 2100, 2150, 2200, 2300, 2400, 2450 København → Kopenhaga Copenhagen - Wikipedia External

Denmark: Endonyms External and exonyms External in Maltese:

Postal code DanishMaltese For more information about this place:
1050-1778, 2100, 2150, 2200, 2300, 2400, 2450 København → Kopenħagen Copenhagen - Wikipedia External

Denmark: Endonyms External and exonyms External in Polish:

Postal code DanishPolish For more information about this place:
1050-1778, 2100, 2150, 2200, 2300, 2400, 2450 København → Kopenhaga Copenhagen - Wikipedia External

Denmark: Endonyms External and exonyms External in Portuguese:

Postal code DanishPortuguese For more information about this place:
1050-1778, 2100, 2150, 2200, 2300, 2400, 2450 København → Copenhague (Brazil), Copenhaga (Portugual) Copenhagen - Wikipedia External

Denmark: Endonyms External and exonyms External in Romanian:

Postal code DanishRomanian For more information about this place:
1050-1778, 2100, 2150, 2200, 2300, 2400, 2450 København → Copenhaga Copenhagen - Wikipedia External

Denmark: Endonyms External and exonyms External in Russian:

Postal code DanishRussian For more information about this place:
1050-1778, 2100, 2150, 2200, 2300, 2400, 2450 København → Копенхаген or Kopenhagen Copenhagen - Wikipedia External

Denmark: Endonyms External and exonyms External in Serbian:

Postal code DanishSerbian For more information about this place:
1050-1778, 2100, 2150, 2200, 2300, 2400, 2450 København → Копенхаген or Kopenhagen Copenhagen - Wikipedia External

Denmark: Endonyms External and exonyms External in Slovakian:

Postal code DanishSlovakian For more information about this place:
1050-1778, 2100, 2150, 2200, 2300, 2400, 2450 København → Kodaň Copenhagen - Wikipedia External

Denmark: Endonyms External and exonyms External in Slovene:

Postal code DanishSlovene For more information about this place:
1050-1778, 2100, 2150, 2200, 2300, 2400, 2450 København → Kopenhagen Copenhagen - Wikipedia External

Denmark: Endonyms External and exonyms External in Spanish:

Postal code DanishSpanish For more information about this place:
3000 Helsingør → Elsinor Helsingør - Wikipedia External
1050-1778, 2100, 2150, 2200, 2300, 2400, 2450 København → Copenhague Copenhagen - Wikipedia External

Denmark: Endonyms External and exonyms External in Swedish:

Postal code DanishSwedish For more information about this place:
  Aabenraa or Åbenrå → Åbenrå Aabenraa Municipality - Wikipedia External
9000, 9008, 9020, 9100, 9200, 9210, 9220, 9400 Aalborg → Ålborg Aalborg - Wikipedia External
8000, 8200, 8210 Aarhus → Århus Aarhus - Wikipedia External
3000 Helsingør → Helsingör Helsingør - Wikipedia External
1050-1778, 2100, 2150, 2200, 2300, 2400, 2450 København → Köpenhamn Copenhagen - Wikipedia External

Denmark: Endonyms External and exonyms External in Ukrainian:

Postal code DanishUkrainian For more information about this place:
1050-1778, 2100, 2150, 2200, 2300, 2400, 2450 København → Копенгаген or Kopenhahen Copenhagen - Wikipedia External

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