Merry Christmas in 15 different languages

Want to impress people at your Christmas party? Or confuse your family with your new found knowledge? Here's how to say Merry Christmas in 15 different languages!


The term ‘Merry Christmas’ is used worldwide to celebrate the festive season with others, whether it’s in person, in a Christmas card, or in a tweet.

The greeting (apparently) originates in 1699, when an English admiral first used the term in an informal letter. The phrase was then used in Charles Dickens’ ‘A Christmas Carol’ in 1843, and has rapidly grown in popularity since then.

Keep a few of these up your sleeve and you’ll certainly be giving people a treat this Christmas:

Irish

Nollaig Shona


Welsh

Nadolig Llawen


French

Joyeux Noël


German

Fröhliche Weihnachten


Spanish

Feliz Navidad


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Italian

Buon Natale


Portuguese

Feliz Natal


Danish

Glædelig jul


Dutch

Vrolijk kerstfeest


Swahili

Krismasi Njema


Romanian

Crăciun fericit


Polish

Wesołych świąt Bożego Narodzenia


Swedish

God Jul


Turkish

Mutlu Noeller


Czech

Veselé Vánoce


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