Document Category: Consonants pronounced differently

d silent

D often silent after l/n and at the end of words:
sild (hering) – vind (wind) – med (with)

ki/ky

K sounds like kj before i and y
kino (cinema) – kylling (chicken)

sk before i/y

sk sounds like sj/skj before i and y:
ski (ski) – sky (cloud)

g sounds like j

G sounds like j before i and y
gi (give) – gyse (shudder)

g silent

G is silent before j:
gjedde (pike) – gjøre (do)

sj, skj

sjakk (chess) – skjegg (beard)

t silent

In “det” (it/that) and in definite form neuter nouns
det – huset (the house)