Adjectives in Danish

Adjectives are a key part of any language. The Danish adjectives listed below will help you learn common Danish adjectives in no time. Together with other basic nouns and verbs, this will quickly allow you to express basic things in Danish. For even more Danish adjectives, take a look at our learning resources for Danish at the end of the page.

Basic Adjectives in Danish

heavy in Danishtung (tungt, tunge)
light in Danishlet (let, lette)
correct in Danishkorrekt (korrekt, korrekte)
wrong in Danishforkert (forkert, forkerte)
difficult in Danishvanskelig (vanskeligt, vanskelige)
easy in Danishlet (let, lette)
few in Danish
many in Danishmange
new in Danishny (nyt, nye)
old in Danishgammel (gammelt, gamle)
slow in Danishlangsom (langsomt, langsomme)
quick in Danishhurtig (hurtigt, hurtige)
poor in Danishfattig (fattigt, fattige)
rich in Danishrig (rigt, rige)

Colours in Danish

white in Danishhvid (hvidt, hvide)
black in Danishsort (sort, sorte)
grey in Danishgrå (gråt, grå)
green in Danishgrøn (grønt, grønne)
blue in Danishblå (blåt, blå)
red in Danishrød (rødt, røde)
pink in Danishlyserød (lyserødt, lyserøde)
orange in Danishorange (orange, orange)
purple in Danishlilla (lilla, lilla)
yellow in Danishgul (gult, gule)
brown in Danishbrun (brunt, brune)

Feelings in Danish

good in Danishgod (godt, gode)
bad in Danishdårlig (dårligt, dårlige)
weak in Danishsvag (svagt, svage)
strong in Danishstærk (stærkt, stærke)
happy in Danishlykkelig (lykkeligt, lykkelige)
sad in Danishtrist (trist, triste)
healthy in Danishsund (sundt, sunde)
sick in Danishsyg (sygt, syge)
hungry in Danishsulten (sultent, sultne)
thirsty in Danishtørstig (tørstigt, tørstige)
lonely in Danishensom (ensomt, ensomme)
tired in Danishtræt (træt, trætte)

Space in Danish

short in Danishkort (kort, korte)
long in Danishlang (langt, lange)
small in Danishlille (lille, små)
big in Danishstor (stort, store)
high in Danishhøj (højt, høje)
low in Danishlav (lavt, lave)
steep in Danishstejl (stejlt, stejle)
flat in Danishflad (fladt, flade)
shallow in Danishlav (lavt, lave)
deep in Danishdyb (dybt, dybe)
narrow in Danishsmal (smalt, smalle)
broad in Danishbred (bredt, brede)

Other Important Adjectives in Danish

cheap in Danishbillig (billigt, billige)
expensive in Danishdyr (dyrt, dyre)
soft in Danishblød (blødt, bløde)
hard in Danishhård (hårdt, hårde)
empty in Danishtom (tomt, tomme)
full in Danishfuld (fuldt, fulde)
dirty in Danishbeskidt (beskidt, beskidte)
clean in Danishren (rent, rene)
sweet in Danishsød (sødt, søde)
sour in Danishsur (surt, sure)
young in Danishung (ungt, unge)
old in Danishgammel (gammelt, gamle)
cold in Danishkold (koldt, kolde)
warm in Danishvarm (varmt, varme)

Danish Vocabulary Books

Learn Danish - Quick / Easy / Efficient

Learn Danish - Quick / Easy / Efficient

This vocabulary book is a curated Danish word frequency list with 2000 of the most common Danish words and phrases. Following the Pareto principle (80/20 rule), this book is built to streamline the learning process by concentrating on the core words and sentence structures. The result is a unique book ideal for driven learners and language hackers.

Danish Vocabulary Book

This Danish vocabulary book contains more than 3000 words and phrases and is organized by topic to make it easier for you to pick what to learn first. It is well suited for learners of all levels who are looking for an extensive resource to improve their vocabulary or are interested in learning vocabularies in one particular area of interest.

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Danish Flashcards Online

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Printable Danish Flashcards

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