Danish

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Danish is a Germanic Language developed from Old Norse in the 12th century, with texts existing from the 13th century. 3rd century runes have also been found. It had a strong influence on other Scandanavian languages during the Middle Ages due to the power of Denmark, especially in Norway where it was the main langauge for centuries.


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