How to Say Merry Christmas in Different Languages

Merry Christmas in Different Languages: Christianity is the first largest religion in the world. About 70% of the world population is Christian. Christians live all around the world. They are the believers of God that there is one God who created heaven and hell. Christmas is a festival commemorating the birth of Jesus Christ celebrated as a holiday. It is celebrated on 25th of December followed by a holiday.

How to Say Merry Christmas in 88 Different Languages

Different LanguagesWord Merry Christmas
AlbanianGëzuar Krishtlindjet
BasqueEguberri on
BelarusianЗ Калядамі
Bosniansretan božić
BulgarianВесела Коледа
CatalanBon Nadal
Croatiansretan Božić
Czechveselé Vánoce
Danishglædelig jul
Dutchvrolijk kerstfeest
Estonianhäid jõule
Finnishhyvää joulua
Frenchjoyeux Noël
Galicianfeliz Nadal
GermanFröhliche Weihnachten
Greekκαλά Χριστούγεννα (kalá Christoúgenna)
Hungarianboldog Karácsonyt
IcelandicGleðileg jól
IrishNollaig Shona
Italianbuon Natale
LatvianPriecīgus Ziemassvētkus
Lithuanianlinksmų Kalėdų
Macedonianсреќен Божиќ
Malteseil-Milied it-tajjeb
Norwegiangod jul
PolishWesołych Świąt
Portuguesefeliz Natal
RomanianCraciun Fericit
Russianсчастливого Рождества (schastlivogo Rozhdestva)
Serbianсрећан Божић (srechan Bozhich)
Slovakveselé Vianoce
Slovenianvesel božič
SpanishFeliz Navidad
Swedishgod Jul
Ukrainianщасливого Різдва (shchaslyvoho Rizdva)
WelshNadolig Llawen
Yiddishלעבעדיק ניטל
ArmenianՇնորհավոր Սուրբ Ծնունդ
AzerbaijaniMilad bayramınız mübarək
Bengaliশুভ বড়দিন
Chinese Simplified圣诞节快乐 (shèngdàn jié kuàilè)
Chinese Traditional聖誕節快樂 (shèngdàn jié kuàilè)
Georgianშობას გილოცავთ
Gujaratiમેરી ક્રિસમસ
Hindiक्रिसमस की बधाई
HmongZoo siab heev Christmas
Japaneseメリークリスマス
Kannadaಮೆರ್ರಿ ಕ್ರಿಸ್ಮಸ್
KazakhРождество құтты болсын
Khmerរីករាយ​ថ្ងៃ​បុណ្យ​ណូអែល
Korean메리 크리스마스 (meli keuliseumaseu)
LaoMerry ວັນຄຣິດສະມາດ
Malayalamസന്തോഷകരമായ ക്രിസ്മസ്
Marathiमेरी ख्रिसमस
MongolianMerry Christmas
Myanmar (Burmese)ပျော်ရွှင်သောခရစ္စမတ်ဖြစ်ပါစေ
Nepaliप्रमुदित क्रिसमस
Sinhalaසුබ නත්තලක්
Tajikмавлуди Исо муборак
Tamilமெர்ரி கிறிஸ்துமஸ்
Teluguక్రిస్మస్ శుభాకాంక్షలు
Thaiสุขสันต์วันคริสต์มาส
Turkishmutlu Noeller
Urduمیری کرسمس
UzbekRojdestvo bilan
VietnameseGiáng sinh vui vẻ
Arabicعيد ميلاد سعيد (eid milad saeid)
Hebrewחג מולד שמח
Persianکریسمس مبارک
AfrikaansGeseënde Kersfees
ChichewaKhrisimasi yabwino
HausaMerry Kirsimeti
Igboezi ekeresimesi
Sesothokereseme e monate
Somaliyuul
SwahiliKrismasi Njema
Yorubaikini ọdun keresimesi
ZuluJabulela Ukhisimusi
Cebuanomaayong Pasko
FilipinoMaligayang Pasko
IndonesianSelamat Natal
JavaneseMerry Christmas
Malagasytratry ny krismasy
MalaySelamat Hari Natal
MaoriMerry Christmas
Esperantofeliĉan Kristnaskon
Haitian CreoleJwaye Nwel
Latinfelicem natalem Christi

By this time most of the preparations of the Christmas would have been done because it is just around the corner. You’ll probably be in a holiday mood and have big plans for Christmas.

A common greeting we come across on Christmas is saying “Merry Christmas” to everyone. Merry Christmas comes from a word which means to send “good will” to all. It is to wish others a happy and joyful Christmas season.

On a Christmas it is ritual to visit church in the morning and say prayers. Evening is followed by feasts in which family gathers and have dinner. People receive gifts from their loved ones. Christmas trees are decorated a night before. People decorate their houses for this festival. The traditional colors for the decoration are red, green and gold.

These colors are chosen because of their symbolic importance for Christians. The flowers, candles, candy canes, plates, wreathes and angels are common decorations. Both the displaying of wreaths and candles in each window are a more traditional Christmas display.

Christmas light and banners are hung along the streets, music is played on large speakers and Christmas trees are placed in all important places.  A traditional family meal is mandatory on Christmas. The food varies from place to place.

On Christmas friends exchange cards with illustrated messages of greeting and love.

Christmas is celebrated all over the world and people greet each other in different ways. Why not learn to say “Merry Christmas” in different languages and greet people in a different way? Sounds a good idea.

You can learn this greeting in the top spoken languages of the world. With the spread of technology it is not difficult to send a message from one part of the world to another. Or even on your festive dinner you can fancy by teaching others different ways to say merry Christmas.

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