The most common way to wish someone a merry Christmas in German is to tell them, “Frohe Weihnachten.” Directly translated, that means merry Christmas.
The Irish gaelic for “Happy Christmas” is “Nollaig Shona“.
God jul, min vän. Merry Christmas, my friend.
Jul or jol ([jʉːɽ]) is the term used for the Christmas holiday season in Scandinavia and parts of Scotland. Originally, “jul” was the name of a month in the old Germanic calendar.
If you happen to find yourself in Sweden for Christmas, it might not hurt to learn how to say “Merry Christmas” in Swedish, which is God Jul.
Only six of those words are in Spanish: “Feliz Navidad, próspero año y felicidad.” Translation: “Merry Christmas, prosperous year and happiness.” The other 13 words are English: “I wanna wish you a merry Christmas, from the bottom of my heart.”
“Feliz Navidad” ([feˈlis naβiˈðað] [naβiˈða]) is a Christmas song written in 1970 by Puerto Rican singer/songwriter José Feliciano.
You can say a lot of things like: Prospero Año Nuevo (Happy New Year) Felices Fiestias (Happy Holidays) Felices Vacaciones (Happy Vacation)
: Merry Christmas!
‘Navi‘ also found in translations in English-Spanish dictionary. vessel. n. navío ; embarcación. boat.
/nābhi/ nf. navel countable noun. Your navel is the small hollow just below your waist at the front of your body.
Father Christmas, Santa Claus, Babbo Natale, Weihnachtsmann – the seasonal gift-giver goes by many names, and in South Korea it’s no different. Here, he’s known as Santa Haraboji (which translates to ‘Grandpa Santa‘) and he will be seen in a green or blue suit as often as he’s seen in red.
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