How do you say Merry Christmas in your language?
Although I live in Canada, I was born in the Philippines. We say
"Riek Reay Thngai Bon Christmas!" or "Sour Sdey Noel!" in Khmer language.
Merry Christmas is what we say hear although many are converting to the more political correctness of religons so others are not offended by saying Happy Holidays ,but I am not ever going too.
Selamat Hari Natal..... that is how Indonesian people say it.....
Merry Christmas ! I am USA so that is the only way I know.
When speaking with my family and friends in the USA it is Merry Christmas. To my Spanish family and friends here in Ecuador it is Feliz Navidad or Sumaj kausay kachun Navidad ch'sisipi in Quechua.
Since I am bilingual I always say Merry Christ-mas in English and Joyeux Noel in french. btw Both to you and a Happy New Year or Bonne et Nouvelle Annee 2011
Ekeresimesi Oma in Igbo Language
Merry Christmas to every hubber.
Remember,the best way to celebrate Christmas is to contribute to make the World a better society;live for others to live:visit the less privilege and share this joy with them.
In Lithuanian it is "Su Šventom Kaledom"
Su - with
Šventom - Merry
Kaledom - Christmas
Merry Christmas everyone!
"Eid milad mageed" ... This is in Arabic.
I wish you all a very Merry Christmas from Egypt ^.^
Born and raised in the USA so it's Merry Christmas all the way. But I did learn something new today by clicking on this post. Maligayang Pasko Rosie2010!
I am also a Filipino but I do know Spanish Language. " Feliz Navidad" Maligayang bati.
I'm in Tanzania, in Swahili we say 'Heri ya Krismasi.'
Heri means all that is good. Ya it's a conjuction.
Merry or Happy ChristmasKwanzica. It covers just about all the bases. Most people laugh and say "Good one". BTW, I work retail.
by Kenneth Wayne 5 years ago
Just curious why you can't say Merry Christmas anymore? I have never got upset when someone said Happy Hanukkah. The way I see it, someone is just wishing good times based on whatever their background is. I think it's very nice. I'm sure I'll regret the onslaught of religious debates that will...
by lyjo 9 years ago
Are you comfortable saying Merry Christmas or do you say Happy Holidays? Why? Do you know the...right thing to say to the right person? Do you think we have become too Politically Correct?
by Bill Holland 4 weeks ago
Wishing you all a very Merry Christmas and Happy New Year! Thank you for being part of my very long and very enjoyable HubPages journey.
by bayareagreatthing 10 years ago
Do you like someone to say, "Happy holidays," or "Merry Christmas?" Why?
by zzron 10 years ago
People have been saying Merry Christmas for over 2000 years. Especially in the United States for over 200 years. Why has this expression become so offensive over the past few years? Does Merry Christmas offend you? If so, why?
by Wendy Iturrizaga 12 years ago
After a year filled with numerous ups and downs, it is my sincere wish for all of us to have a good and peaceful holiday season no matter what. May it be filled with countless blessings, love, good health, greater prosperity, and joy. With the New Year almost upon us, may 2010 be a much...
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