Fortunately Santa is aware of it in each language (Image: Getty)
In English, most of us would greet one another over the festive interval with a jolly ‘Merry Christmas!’
This dates again to 1699, when an English admiral first used the time period in a casual letter. The phrase was then utilized in Charles Dickens’ ‘A Christmas Carol’ in 1843, and has been the usual seasonal greeting since.
Nonetheless, we all know we’re not the one ones to have a good time Christmas, and Saint Nick has to drop presents off to folks all around the world.
What do completely different nations say as a festive greeting?
Merry Christmas in several languages
Buon Natale! Italian (Italy)
Frohe Weihnachten! German (Germany, Austria, Switzerland)
Feliz Navidad! Spanish (Spain and Gibraltar, Mexico and Central America; South America)
Nollaig Shona Dhuit! Irish (Eire)
Ship a pal or colleague a Christmas card with a greeting of their first language this 12 months (Image: Getty)
Boas Festas! Portugese (Portugal)
Zalig Kerstfeest! Dutch (Belgium)
Prettige Kerstdagen/ Zalig Kerstfeest! Dutch (Netherlands)
Wesolych Swiat Polish (Poland)
Gëzuar Krishlindjet! Albanian (Albania)
Eftihismena Christougenna! Greek (Greece)
Sretan Bozic! Croatian (Croatia)
Craciun Fericit! Romanian (Romania, Moldova)
Merii Kurisumasu! Japanese (Japan)
Kung His Hsin Nien Bing Chu Shen Tan China! Mandarin (China)
S̄uk̄hs̄ạnt̒ wạn khris̄t̒mās̄! Thai (Thailand)
Sung Tan Chuk Ha! Korean (Korea)
Chuc Mung Giang Sinh! Vietnamese (Vietnam)
Karisama te nawāṃ sāla khušayāṃwālā hewe! (India, Pakistan)
Glaedelig Jul! Danish (Denmark)
Rôômsaid Jôule! Estonian (Estonia)
Gleðileg jól! Icelandic (Iceland)
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