{2017} Merry Christmas in Different Languages, Ways to Saying Xmas

Christmas In Different Languages

{2017} Merry Christmas in Different Languages, Ways to Saying Xmas :- The year 2017 is about to wrap up, but the most awaited festival of the year is about to come. The Christmas is a well-known festival for all the World, despite being the festival of Catholic it is celebrated by the people all around the world. There is a lot of saying about Christmas, and few are yet to be solved. In Bible, it is said that even Bible did not have the specific date of Jesus' birth. Although, when it was decided that Christmas is declared as the national holiday then Pope Julius I declared 25th December as the Christmas Day.

Merry Christmas

Merry Christmas in Different Languages

Language Ways to say Merry Christmas
Albanian gëzuar Krishtlindjet
Basque Eguberri on
Belarusian З Калядамі
Bosnian Srećan Božić
Bulgarian Весела Коледа
Catalan Bon Nadal
Croatian sretan Božić
Czech veselé Vánoce
Danish glædelig jul
Dutch vrolijk kerstfeest
Estonian häid jõule
Finnish hyvää joulua
French joyeux Noël
Galician Bo Nadal
German Frohe Weihnachten
Greek καλά Χριστούγεννα
Hungarian boldog karácsonyi ünnepeket
Icelandic Gleðileg jól
Irish Nollaig Shona
Italian Buon Natale
Latvian Priecīgus Ziemassvētkus
Lithuanian linksmų Kalėdų
Macedonian среќен Божиќ
Maltese Merry Christmas
Norwegian god jul
Polish Wesołych Świąt
Portuguese Feliz Natal
Romanian Craciun Fericit
Russian С Рождеством
Serbian Христос се роди!
Slovak veselé Vianoce
Slovenian vesel božič
Spanish Feliz Navidad
Swedish god Jul
Ukrainian щасливого Різдва
Welsh Nadolig Llawen
Yiddish לעבעדיק ניטל


Saying Merry Christmas in Asian Languages

Language Ways to say Merry Christmas
Armenian Շնորհավոր Սուրբ Ծնունդ:
Azerbaijani Milad bayramınız mübarək
Bengali শুভ বড়দিন
Cebuano maayong Pasko
Chinese Simplified 圣诞节快乐
Chinese Traditional 聖誕節快樂
Filipino Maligayang Pasko
Georgian შობა
Gujarati મેરી ક્રિસમસ
Hindi क्रिसमस की बधाई
Hmong Zoo siab heev Christmas
Indonesian Selamat Natal
Japanese メリークリスマス
Javanese Merry Christmas
Kannada ಮೆರ್ರಿ ಕ್ರಿಸ್ಮಸ್
Kazakh Рождество құтты болсын
Khmer រីករាយ ថ្ងៃ បុណ្យ ណូអែល
Korean 메리 크리스마스
Lao Merry ວັນ ຄຣິດ ສະ ມາດ
Malagasy tratry ny krismasy
Malay Selamat Hari Natal
Malayalam സന്തോഷകരമായ ക്രിസ്മസ്
Maori Merry Christmas
Marathi मेरी ख्रिसमस
Mongolian Merry Christmas
Myanmar (Burmese) ပျော်ရွှင်သောခရစ္စမတ်ဖြစ်ပါစေ
Nepali मेरी क्रिसमस
Sinhala ප්රීතිමත් නත්තලක්
Tajik мавлуди Исо муборак
Tamil மெர்ரி கிறிஸ்துமஸ்
Telugu క్రిస్మస్ శుభాకాంక్షలు
Thai สุขสันต์วันคริสต์มาส
Urdu میری کرسمس
Uzbek Rojdestvo muborak
Vietnamese Giáng sinh vui vẻ


Saying Merry Christmas in Middle-Eastern Languages

Language Ways to say Merry Christmas
Arabic عيد ميلاد سعيد
Hebrew חג מולד שמח
Persian کریسمس مبارک
Turkish mutlu Noeller


Saying Merry Christmas in African Languages

Language Ways to say Merry Christmas
Afrikaans Geseënde Kersfees
Chichewa Khrisimasi yabwino
Hausa M Kirsimeti
Igbo ezi ekeresimesi
Sesotho kereseme e monate
Somali Yuul
Swahili Krismasi
Yoruba ikini ọdun keresimesi
Zulu Jabulela Ukhisimusi


Saying Merry Christmas in Other Foreign Languages

Language Ways to say Merry Christmas
Esperanto feliĉan Kristnaskon
Haitian Creole Jwaye Nwèl
Latin Mersare


There are other facts that are completely unknown to people. We are here with all the facts that are unknown to you about the Christmas.

1. Boston church leaders tried to have the song “I Saw Mommy Kissing Santa Claus” banned in the 1950s because they thought it “promoted physical intimacy.” Singer Jimmy Boyd had to fly to Boston and explain to them why it wasn’t obscene.

2. The reason behind the leaving the cookies and milk for Santa is because of the Dutch kids also leaves same stuff for their St. Nicholas on the day of their feast.


3. The reason behind leaving the carrots for Santa Claus is because the people treats for Odin’s eight-legged horse Sleipnir and they left hay. The people believes that by seeing all these stuff the God will stop and walk their house during his Yule hunting adventures. The Dutch children get motivated by the same and started doing the same stuff for St. Nick’s horse.

4. The day December 25 was preferred for celebrating as the Christmas day because it coincided with the ancient pagan festival Saturnalia, which features celebrated the agricultural god Saturn with partying, gift-giving. And gambling.


5. The popularity of decorating Christmas tree in 1846 when Germany Prince bought the tree when he got married to princess Victoria. The started the trend which continued until today's date. It is also believed that the former couple was sketched with the Christmas tree and when everyone watches it, they considered it like a tradition and started bringing Christmas tree in their houses.

6. Many of you will be shocked to know that, Christmas was illegal to celebrate between 1659 and 1681 in Boston. There were numbers of pundits who refused to accept it as a festival because of its roots in pagan festivals.


7. Christmas is known for Christmas tree and Santa Clauss. Santa Clauss hails from St. Nicholas, which was a bishop living in Turkey. St. Nicholas was a wealthy person, and he used all his money for helping the needy people. Later, he went on to become the protector of Children's.

8. The death of legendary man St. Nicholas spread a great sorrow in the people of Dutch at that time. His name turned into Sint-Nicolaas in Dutch and later into Sinter Klaas. The individuals played with the verbals, and the name jumped to become Santa Claus.


{2017} Merry Christmas in Different Languages, Ways to Saying Xmas. Well, Christmas is not only the festival but it a day when one get the opportunity to help the poor and needy people. So, utilize the day and tries to be like the legendary St. Nicholas.

Wishing you a Merry Christmas touched with wonder and filled with love...

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