Synonyms for sagde or Related words with sagde
Examples of "sagde"
He performs with his band Lars Lilholt Band. In 1982, he released album "Og fanden dukked' op og
ja" his first solo album. He formed Lars Lilholt Band the following year made up of Lars Lilholt, Tine Lilholt, Kristian Lilholt, Gert Vincent and Tommy Kejser. When Kejser became manager of the band, he was replaced by Tom Bilde (from Mek Pek Partyband)
In 1105, she married King Niels of Denmark. Niels was made king in 1104, but he was described as a passive monarch who lacked the capacity to rule and who left the affairs of the state to his queen. With his blessing, Margaret governed Denmark. She is described as a wise ruler, and the relationship between Denmark and her birth country Sweden was very peaceful during her time as queen. It was said that: "Styrelsen beroede for størstedelen paa den ædle dronning Margrete, saa at fremmede
, at Danmarks styrelse laa i kvindehaand" ("The rule was so much dependant on the noble Queen Margaret, that foreigners remarked that the rule of Denmark lay in a woman's hand"). She minted her own coins, something unique for a queen consort of this time. The Danish coins printed during this period bears the inscription: "Margareta-Nicalas" ("Margaret-Niels").
Jysk exhibits many diphthongs, which are not present in standard Danish. The long stressed mid vowels, /e:/, /ø:/, and /o:/ become /iə/, /yə/, and /uə/ respectively in central Jutland as well as SSlesv, e.g. "ben" = Standard Danish 'leg', "bonde" 'farmer' = Standard Danish (< "bōndi"). SønJy has the same vowel quality for these vowels, but exhibits a tonal distinction, which is present in place of the Danish stød. NJy raises them without diphthonging them to /i:/, /y:/, and /u:/ respectively. In a small area of Mid Western Jutland called Hards the vowels become diphthonged with a glide, much like in English and are pronounced as /ej/, /øj/, and /ow/. In Norther Jutland /i:/, /y:/, and /u:/ are also diphthonged in two syllable words with a glide. NJy always has the glide present (/ij/, /yj/, /uw/) and NVJy tends towards the glide, but it is not present for all speakers. Long "a" and "å" have been raised to and respectively in northern Jutlandic, e.g. "
" 'said' = Standard Danish , "gå" 'go, walk' = Standard Danish . Map 2.2 shows the different possible pronunciations for the standard Danish mid, stressed vowels which is further explained in the following table.
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