Is "D" only pronounced at the beginning of words?
No, but when the D follows an N at the end of a word (which happens a lot in Norwegian), it usually isn't pronounced.
It is usually pronounced if it follows a vowel, too. Like in død (death), lyd (sound) etc.
I shall imagine there are many (PC incorrect) deliberate misused "hun" and "hund". Is a female dog called a hun hund? 23Aug15
A female dog is called a "tispe", and it's hardly ever used in the derogatory sense that one might hear the English equivalent used.
A male dog is a "hannhund".
It says i used the undefinite "the" here instead of the indefinite "one" and then it corrected and said one dog, which i had to translate En hund. Wouldnt it be a or the dog?
Is hun has the same pronunciation as hund?