Definition of Kingdom of Denmark
1. Noun. A constitutional monarchy in northern Europe; consists of the mainland of Jutland and many islands between the North Sea and the Baltic Sea.
Geographical relationships: Battle Of Jutland, Jutland
Group relationships: Common Market, Ec, Eec, Eu, Europe, European Community, European Economic Community, European Union, Nato, North Atlantic Treaty Organization, Scandinavia
Generic synonyms: Scandinavian Country, Scandinavian Nation
Group relationships: Jutland, Jylland
Terms within: Seeland, Sjaelland, Zealand, Copenhagen, Danish Capital, Kobenhavn, Aarhus, Arhus, Aalborg, Alborg, Viborg, Frisian Islands
Member holonyms: Dane
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Literary usage of Kingdom of Denmark
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1. The Holy Roman Empire by James Bryce Bryce (1866)
"NOTE B. ON THE RELATIONS TO THE EMPIRE OF THE Kingdom of Denmark, AND THE DUCHIES OF SCHLESWIG AND HOLSTEIN. THE history of the relations of Denmark and the ..."
2. Rural Denmark and Its Lessons by Henry Rider Haggard (1911)
"APPENDIX CA LAW ORDERING THE DESTRUCTION OF RATS WITHIN THE Kingdom of Denmark WE, FREDERICK VIII., by the Grace of God, King of Denmark, of the Wends and ..."
3. The World in the Middle Ages: An Historical Geography, with Accounts of the by Adolph Ludvig Køppen (1854)
"I. THE Kingdom of Denmark, 1157-1375. 376. LIMITS AND POLITICAL CONDITION.—The spirit of feudalism, chivalry, and crusading wars moved slowly towards the ..."
4. The Law of Nations Considered as Independent Political Communities by Travers Twiss (1861)
"The kingdom of Norway ™* Swo' had been politically united with the Kingdom of Sweden and with the kingdom of Denmark since the Union of Calmar (anno 1397'). ..."
5. Sketches of Universal History, Sacred and Profane, from the Creation of the by Frederick Butler (1823)
"In the year 1521 the kingdom of Denmark was separated from the kingdom of Norway, and in 1660 the crown of Denmark became hereditary. ..."
6. The Cambridge Modern History by John Emerich Edward Dalberg Acton Acton, Adolphus William Ward, George Walter Prothero, Ernest Alfred Benians (1912)
"... both were vassals of the Empire, and since Schleswig was indissolubly united to Holstein, and both together were united to the kingdom of Denmark, ..."
7. History of the Church and State in Norway from the Tenth to the Sixteenth by Thomas Benjamin Willson (1903)
"But if any strife should arise from this, the council and people of the kingdom of Denmark shall be bound faithfully to help to support us in it. ..."