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Syllable Frequency: Danish (Dansk)

On this page you can see two tables with the frequencies of the syllables of the Danish language. These lists were created with the syllable counter, which is integrated in the WordCreator. Basis of these frequency lists was a Danish text with 2,073,451 characters (370,653 words), which consisted of a good mix of different literary genres.

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Two-Party Syllables (Digrams)

In the following two tables, you can see the two-party syllables (digrams) in Danish. From the original text, 603,183 two-party syllables were extracted, in the table only two-party syllables with a probability of at least 0.75 % are shown. The first list is sorted alphabetically according to the syllables, the second list according to the frequencies of the syllables. Accordingly, the digrams DE, EN and ER are the most frequent occurring letter combinations in the Danish language.

LetterFrequency
AN1.52 %
AR1.18 %
AT1.07 %
DE4.34 %
ED1.24 %
EL1.06 %
EN3.66 %
ER3.63 %
ET2.15 %
FO0.96 %
GE1.66 %
HA1.02 %
IG1.31 %
IL1.12 %
IN1.28 %
KE1.15 %
LE1.42 %
LI0.88 %
ME1.26 %
ND1.47 %
NE1.04 %
NG0.86 %
OG1.37 %
OR1.49 %
RE1.92 %
SE0.87 %
SK0.77 %
ST1.20 %
TE1.63 %
TI1.34 %
VE1.10 %
VI0.79 %
LetterFrequency
DE4.34 %
EN3.66 %
ER3.63 %
ET2.15 %
RE1.92 %
GE1.66 %
TE1.63 %
AN1.52 %
OR1.49 %
ND1.47 %
LE1.42 %
OG1.37 %
TI1.34 %
IG1.31 %
IN1.28 %
ME1.26 %
ED1.24 %
ST1.20 %
AR1.18 %
KE1.15 %
IL1.12 %
VE1.10 %
AT1.07 %
EL1.06 %
NE1.04 %
HA1.02 %
FO0.96 %
LI0.88 %
SE0.87 %
NG0.86 %
VI0.79 %
SK0.77 %
 

Three-Party Syllables (Trigrams)

In the last two tables, you can see the three-party syllables (trigrams) of the Danish language. From the original text, 239,846 three-party syllables were extracted. In the table, only trigrams with a probability of at least 0.30 % are published. The first list is sorted by the syllables, the second list is ordered by the frequencies of the syllables. Accordingly, the trigrams FOR, DET and DEN are the most frequent in the Danish language.

LetterFrequency
AGE0.41 %
AND0.42 %
ANG0.31 %
DEN1.10 %
DER0.94 %
DET1.18 %
EDE0.63 %
END0.70 %
ERE0.82 %
FOR1.24 %
GEN0.53 %
GER0.43 %
GET0.32 %
HAN0.55 %
HAV0.39 %
HEN0.31 %
IGE0.46 %
IGT0.35 %
IKK0.62 %
ILL0.35 %
IND0.38 %
ING0.65 %
JEG0.60 %
KKE0.89 %
LER0.41 %
LIG0.70 %
LLE0.80 %
MED0.49 %
MEN0.52 %
MME0.37 %
NDE1.04 %
NGE0.50 %
NNE0.38 %
ORD0.30 %
RET0.31 %
SKE0.35 %
SOM0.39 %
STE0.60 %
TER0.47 %
TIL0.96 %
TTE0.42 %
VAR0.77 %
VDE0.30 %
VER0.59 %
VIL0.35 %
VIS0.30 %
VÆR0.32 %
ÆRE0.34 %
LetterFrequency
FOR1.24 %
DET1.18 %
DEN1.10 %
NDE1.04 %
TIL0.96 %
DER0.94 %
KKE0.89 %
ERE0.82 %
LLE0.80 %
VAR0.77 %
LIG0.70 %
END0.70 %
ING0.65 %
EDE0.63 %
IKK0.62 %
JEG0.60 %
STE0.60 %
VER0.59 %
HAN0.55 %
GEN0.53 %
MEN0.52 %
NGE0.50 %
MED0.49 %
TER0.47 %
IGE0.46 %
GER0.43 %
TTE0.42 %
AND0.42 %
LER0.41 %
AGE0.41 %
HAV0.39 %
SOM0.39 %
NNE0.38 %
IND0.38 %
MME0.37 %
VIL0.35 %
ILL0.35 %
IGT0.35 %
SKE0.35 %
ÆRE0.34 %
GET0.32 %
VÆR0.32 %
HEN0.31 %
RET0.31 %
ANG0.31 %
ORD0.30 %
VDE0.30 %
VIS0.30 %
 

A list of Danish letter frequencies can be found here.

Usage Note

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