DanNet is a so-called wordnet for Danish. It is primarily meant for digital use for instance in language technology services. The wordnet can be downloaded, and you can search it online using Andre Ord (in Danish).

As opposed to a traditional dictionary where focus is on the definition, it focuses mainly on a concept’s relations to other concepts. For instance, it can be seen in DanNet that dværgpil (dwarf willow) is a kind of busk (bush), that a lysthus (gazebo) can be found in a have (garden), that fiberdrys (fibre powder) is used for spise (eating), that kager (cakes) are typically produced by bagning (baking) and typically contain mel (flour) and sukker (sugar): 

All in all, the wordnet currently contains 66,308 concepts kept together by 326,566 relations.