Dansker

noun
Dan·​sker | \ˈdanzkə(r), -n(t)sk-\
plural -s

Definition of Dansker 

obsolete

: dane enquire me first what Danskers are in Paris— Shakespeare

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History and Etymology for Dansker

Danish, from dansk, adjective, Danish, from Old Norse danskr, from Danr Dane + -skr -ish

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