How People Say Merry Christmas Around the World


December 25 is finally here! You've probably said "Merry Christmas" more than a few times at this point in the season, so change things up and wish your friends and family well in a different language. Here is how to say "Merry Christmas" in languages across the world:

Afrikaans: Gesende Kersfees

Albanian: Gzuar Krishtlindjet

Armenian: Shnorhavor Surb Tsnund

Basque: Eguberri

Belarusian: aslivaha Naradennia

Bengali: ubha baadina

Bosnian: Sretan Boi

Bulgarian: vesela Koleda

Catalan: Bon Nadal

Cebuano: malipayon Pasko

Chinese: Shngdn ji kuil

Croatian: Sretan Boi

Czech: vesel Vnoce

Danish: Gldelig jul

Dutch: vrolijk kerstfeest

Esperanto: Felia Kristnasko

Estonian: Hid jule

Filipino: Maligayang Pasko

Finnish: Hyv Joulua

French: Joyeux Noel

Galician: Bo Nadal

German: frohe Weihnachten

Greek: Kal Christogenna

Gujarati: Mr krisamasa

Haitian: Jwaye Nwl

Hausa: m Kirsimeti

Hmong: zoo siab christmas

Hungarian: Boldog Karcsonyt

Icelandic: Gleileg jl

Igbo: ezi ekeresimesi

Indonesian: selamat Hari Natal

Irish: Merry Nollag

Italian: Buon Natale

Japanese: Merkurisumasu

Khmer: rikreay thngai bonyanauel

Korean: meli keuliseumaseu

Lao: merry van khrid samad

Latvian: priecgus Ziemassvtkus

Lithuanian: Linksm Kald

Macedonian: Sreken Boik

Malay: selamat hari raya Krismas

Marathi: Mr khrisamasa

Nepali: Krisamasa

Norwegian: God jul

Polish: Wesoych wit

Portuguese: Feliz Natal

Punjabi: Mr karisamasa

Romanian: crciun fericit

Russian: s rozhdestvom

Serbian: Srecan Boic

Slovak: vesel Vianoce

Slovenian: vesel boi

Somali: yuul

Spanish: Feliz Navidad

Tamil: Merri kiistumas

Telugu: Merr krismas

Thai: Sukhsnt wn khristms

Turkish: mutlu noeller

Ukranian: z rizdvom

Welsh: nadolig llawen

Yiddish: Mry nytl

Yoruba: ikini dun keresimesi

Zulu: Jabulela Ukhisimusi

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