{2019} Do You Know How to Say Merry Christmas in Different Languages?

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    How do you say "Merry Christmas" in Different Languages

    Norwegian God Jul or Gledelig Jul
    Nativitatis (Merry Day of the Nativity)
    Hindi Śubh krisamas (शुभ क्रिसमस)  Indonesian Selamat Natal
    Greek Kala Christouyenna or Καλά Χριστούγεννα
    Hiragana: めりーくりすます
    Arabic Eid Milad Majid (عيد ميلاد مجيد) ‘Glorious Birth Feast’
    Macedonian Streken Bozhik or Среќен Божик
    Native/First Nation Languages
    Mandarin Sheng Dan Kuai Le (圣诞快乐)
    Romanian Crăciun Fericit
    Estonian Rõõmsaid Jõulupühi
    Holland (Dutch) Zalig Kerstfeest or Zalig Kerstmis (both mean Merry Christmas), Vrolijk Kerstfeest (Cheerful Christmas) or Prettig Kerstfeest (Nice Christmas)
    Latvian Priecïgus Ziemassvºtkus
    Afganistan (Dari) Christmas Mubarak (کرسمس مبارک)
    Nepali Kreesmasko shubhkaamnaa (क्रस्मसको शुभकामना)
    Maltese Il-Milied it-Tajjeb
    Israel – Hebrew Chag Molad Sameach (חג מולד שמח) meaning Happy festival of the Birth
    Udetiyvasadisv  Inuit Quvianagli Anaiyyuniqpaliqsi  Navajo Nizhonigo Keshmish  Yupik Alussistuakeggtaarmek  This page has a large list of Merry Christmas
    Hungarian Boldog karácsonyt (Happy Christmas) or Kellemes karácsonyi ünnepeket (pleasant Christmas holidays)
    New Zealand (Maori) Meri Kirihimete
    Albanian Gëzuar Krishtlindjen
    Japanese Meri Kurisumasu (or ‘Meri Kuri’ for short!)
    German Frohe Weihnachten
    Korean ‘Meri krismas’ (메리 크리스마스) or ‘seongtanjeol jal bonaeyo’ (성탄절 잘 보내요) or ‘Jeulgaeun krismas doeseyo’ (즐거운 크리스마스 되세요) Latin Felicem Diem 
    Dutch/Flemish Vrolijk Kerstfeest  Bulgarian Vesela Koleda
    Irish – Gaelic Nollaig Shona Dhuit
    Madagascar (Malagasy) Tratra ny Noely
    Russian s rah-zh-dee-st-VOHM (C рождеством!) or s-schah-st-lee-vah-vah rah-zh dee-st-vah (Счастливого рождества!)
    Lithuanian Linksmų Kalėdų
    Esperanto Feliĉan Kristnaskon
    Icelandic Gleðileg jól
    Portuguese Feliz Natal or Boas Festas (Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year)
    Georgian gilocav shoba-akhal c’els or გილოცავ შობა-ახალ წელს
    Mexico (Nahuatl) Cualli netlācatilizpan Native American / First Nation Languages  Apache (Western) Gozhqq Keshmish  Cherokee Danistayohihv &Aliheli’sdi Itse  
    Afrikaans (South Africa, Namibia) Geseënde Kersfees
    Katakana: メリークリスマス
    Armenian Shnorhavor Amanor yev Surb Tznund (Շնորհավոր Ամանոր և Սուրբ Ծնունդ) Which means ‘Congratulations for the Holy Birth’