No Matter The Language, It’s Still ‘Merry Christmas’
‘Merry Christmas’ is a very traditional greeting at this time of year. We thought that if you have travel plans this holiday season that will take you across the sea, you might want to know how to express this greeting in other countries.
So here’s a sampling of ‘Merry Christmas’ from around the world:
|Armenia||Shnorhavor Sourp Dzunount|
|China||Sheng Tan Kuai Loh|
|Christmas Island||Merry Christmas|
|San Marino||Buon Natale|
|Ukraine||Veseloho Vam Rizdva|
‘Feliz Navidad’ is found in many countries throughout the world, especially the Spanish speaking countries in Central and South America. The French ‘Joyeux Noel’ is another common greeting and ‘Merry Christmas’ is used in most English speaking countries. No matter how it’s said, we hope you all have a merry and joyous holiday.
Ho! Ho! Ho!
Santa Claus is also known by many names, including Father Christmas, St. Nicholas and Pere Noel. But how ever he’s called, he’s making his list and checking it twice so be sure to be nice, hang your stocking with care and before you know it, Santa will be there!