Denmark Encyclopedias and Dictionaries
Encyclopedias may provide information on all branches of knowledge or treat specific topics comprehensively, usually in alphabetically arranged articles. They often contain information of great interest for genealogical research, including articles about towns and places, prominent people, minorities, and religions. They can give information about diverse subjects, such as record-keeping practices, laws, customs, commerce, costumes, occupations, and archaic terminology.
The Family History Library has general-knowledge encyclopedias in the Danish language, and it has Danish-English and English-Danish dictionaries. The encyclopedias and dictionaries are listed in the Family History Library Catalog under DENMARK - ENCYCLOPEDIAS AND DICTIONARIES.
The following is a good Danish dictionary:
Magnussen, Johs., Otto Madsen, and Herman Vinterberg. McKay's Modern Danish-English English-Danish Dictionary. New York: David McKay Co. 1954. (FHL Scand. 439.81321 M275m; film 1,440,033.)
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