Have a Merry Christmas and Happy New Year Header animated gif to highlight holiday webpage: Merry Christmas and Happy New Year from crazywebsite.com in 350+ Languages!

Merry Christmas and Happy New Year from crazywebsite.com in 350+ Languages!
A-C Languages starting with the letters A-C

A  B  C  D  E  F  G  H  I  J  K  L  M  N  O  P  Q  R  S  T  U  V  W  X  Y  Z
  Feliz Navidad Luces de Navidad to celebrate how to say have a Merry Christmas and Happy New Year in 350 different foreign languages.

Content on this page requires a newer version of Adobe Flash Player.

Get Adobe Flash player

Language Name How to say Merry Christmas and Happy New Year in this language and information about this language.
Navegación Navidad
Animaciones y Más

Content on this page requires a newer version of Adobe Flash Player.

Get Adobe Flash player




Acholi - Mot ki Yomcwing Botwo Me Mwaka Manyen
Acholi Language Information: Ethnolinguistic group of northern Uganda and southernmost Sudan. Numbering about 820,000 in the late 20th century, they speak a Western Nilotic language of the Eastern Sudanic subbranch of the Chari-Nile branch of the Nilo-Saharan family and are culturally and historically related to their traditional enemies, the neighbouring Lango.
Adhola - Wafayo Chamo Mbaga & Bothi Oro Manyeni
ADHOLA Language Information: (DHOPADHOLA, JOPADHOLA, LUDAMA) The most distinct of the Western Nilotic languages in Uganda. Approximately 250,000 speakers. Not in Kenya. Nilo-Saharan, Eastern Sudanic, Nilotic, Western, Luo, Southern, Adhola. The people are called 'Jopadhola' or 'Budama'.
Aeka - Keremisi jai be
AEKA Language Information: A dialect of Orokaiva, which is spoken by approximately 35,000 in the country of Guinea. Oro Province, Popondetta District between the Hunjara, Notu, Binandere and Managalasi. 200 villages. Trans-New Guinea, Main Section, Eastern, Binanderean, Binanderean Proper. Dialects: KOKODA, HUNJARA, AJEKA, ETIJA (SOSE, SOHE), EHIJA (IHANE, IFANE), HARAVA,
Afrikaans - Geseende Kerfees en 'n gelukkigenuwe jaar
Afrikaans Language Information: Also called CAPE DUTCH, West Germanic language of South Africa, developed from 17th-century Netherlandic (Dutch) by the descendants of European (Dutch, German, and French) colonists, indigenous Khoisan peoples, and African and Asian slaves in the Dutch colony at the Cape of Good Hope. Afrikaans and English are the only Indo-European languages among the many official languages of South Africa. Although Afrikaans is very similar to Netherlandic, it is clearly a separate language, differing from Standard Netherlandic in its sound system and its loss of case and gender distinctions.
6,200,000 in South Africa, of whom 1,000,000 are native bilinguals with English, 146,000 in Namibia, 20,000 in Botswana, 2,353 in Canada, 12,655 in Australia, 3,840 in New Zealand, 6,365,000 or more in all countries. 4,000,000 in South Africa use it as second or third language. Pretoria and Bloemfontein are principal centers of population.
Ahtna - C'ehwggelnen Dzaen
Ahtna Language Information: Ahtna has fewer than 100 speakers. It is spoken along the Copper river in south central Alaska. The language is nearly extinct.
Albanian - Gëzuar Krishlindjet Vitin e Ri!
Albanian Language Information: Albanian is an Indo-European language spoken by about 6,400,000 inhabitants of the eastern Adriatic coast in Albania and also in neighboring countries, principally in Kosova and Macedonia, west of a line from near Leskovac to Lake Ohri. There are perhaps 300,000 more speakers in isolated villages in southern Italy (Abruzzi, Molise, Basilicata, Puglia, and Calabria), and Sicily, and southern Greece (in Voiotía, Attica, Évvoia, Ándros, and the Pelopónnesos).
The name Albanian has been found in records since the time of Ptolemy. In Calabrian Albanian the name is Arbresh, in Modern Greek Arvanítis, and in Turkish Arnaut; the name must have been transmitted early through Greek speech.
Aleut - Kamgan Ukudigaa
Aleut Language Information: Aleut UNANGAM TUNUU, one of two branches of the Eskimo-Aleut languages. Two mutually intelligible dialects survive, Eastern Aleut and Atkan Aleut. A third dialect, Attu, now extinct in Alaska, survives on Bering Island (one of the Komandor Islands) in a creolized form that incorporates Russian verbal inflections. Aleut is spoken from the Alaska Peninsula through Umnak Island and on Atka Island in the Aleutian Islands, on the Pribilof Islands north of the Aleutians, and on Bering Island. Probably less than 10,000 total speakers.
Alsatian - E gueti Wïnâchte & E glecklichs Nej Johr!
Alsatian Language Information: ALSATIAN (ALLEMANNISCH, SCHWYZERDÜTSCH) 1,500,000 in France; 4,225,000 in Switzerland; 300,000 in Austria. Spoken in Southeastern France, Alsace-Lorraine. Also in southern Germany. Indo-European, Germanic, West, Continental, High. No standard form of Alsatian, but a variety of village dialects. All speakers do not necessarily understand or read Standard German, but most are bilingual in French. Bilingualism in Standard French varies from 79% to 90% of the population in the different regions. Called 'Schwyzerdütsch' in Switzerland and 'Allemannisch' in Austria and parts of Germany
Alur - Wafoyo Kado Oro & Wafoyo Tundo Oro manyeni
Alur Language Information: Spoken primarily in Uganda. Uganda's indigenous languages are coextensive with its different ethnic groups. Only the major native languages possess a sustained or extensive written tradition. In addition to English, French, Arabic, and Swahili, Radio Uganda broadcasts in the following indigenous languages: Alur, Ateso, Dhopadhola, Kakwa, Karamojong, Kumam, Kupsabiny, Luganda, Lugbara, Lugwe, Lumasaba, Lunyole, Luo, Lusamia, Lusoga, Madi, Rukiga, Rukonjo, Runyankole, Runyoro, and Rutoro. Most Ugandans can understand at least one of these. Alur is apoken by 420,000 in Uganda; 500,000 in Zaïre; 920,000 in all countries. North of Lake Albert. Nilo-Saharan, Eastern Sudanic, Nilotic, Western, Luo, Southern, Luo-Acholi, Alur-Acholi, Alur. Dialects: JOKOT, JONAM, MAMBISA, WANYORO.
Alutiiq - Spraasnikam & Amlertut Kiaget!
Alutiiq Language Information: Alutiiq has 600 speakers out of 3,000 population on the Alaska Peninsula, Kodiak Island, Alaskan coast from Cook Inlet to Prince William Sound. Eskimo-Aleut, Eskimo, Yupik, Alaskan. Most speakers are middle-aged or older. English is used as second language
Amharic - Melkam Yelidet Beaal
Amharic Language Information: Amharic is the national language of Ethiopia and is spoken by around 12 million people as their mother-tongue and by many more as a second language. Though only one of seventy or so languages spoken in Ethiopia, Amharic has been the language of the court and the dominant population group in Highland Ethiopia since at least the late 13th century and remains the official language of Ethiopia today. It belongs to the Semitic family of languages and as such is related to Arabic and Hebrew. However, whilst many of the grammatical forms are reminiscent of the latter languages, the sentence structure (syntax) of Amharic is very different and has more in common with the non-Semitic languages of Ethiopia.
Amuesha - Yomprocha' ya' nataya
Amuesha Language Information: Amuesha (Yanesha') is an indigenous native Indian Arawakan language with limited use in the central and eastern Pasco region of Peru. There are fewer than 10,000 speakers.
Angami - U kenei Christmas mu teicie kes a-u sie teicie kesa-u sie niepete keluo shuzaie we
Angami Language Information: Angami is spoken by about 120,000 in Western Nagaland, Kohima, Manipur, Maharashtra. Sino-Tibetan, Tibeto-Burman, Baric, Kuki-Naga, Naga. Kohima dialect is now standard Angami. Naga Chokri and Naga Kezhama are eastern Angami groups with their own dialects. Trade language for about 30,000 Naga of other groups. Nagaland is one of India's smallest states, with a total area of 16,579 sq km (6400 sq mi). The terrain is mountainous, thickly wooded, and cut by deep river valleys. There is a wide variety of plant and animal life. Nagaland has a monsoon climate with generally high humidity; rainfall averages between 1800 and 2500 mm (70 and 100 in) a year.
Apache (Western) - Gozhqq Keshmish
Apache Language Information: Apache is a native American language. The "western" dialect is one of several in current use in different locations. 12,693 speakers (1990 census), including 303 San Carlos. East central Arizona, several reservations. Na-Dene, Nuclear Na-Dene, Athapaskan-Eyak, Athapaskan, Apachean, Navajo-Apache, Western Apache-Navajo. Dialects: WHITE MOUNTAIN, SAN CARLOS, CIBECUE, TONTO. Language use is vigorous.
Arabic - I'D Miilad Said ous Sana Saida
Arabic Language Information: Language of written communication and of most formal, oral communication for speakers of Arabic dialects from Morocco to Iraq. Among Muslims, Arabic is considered sacred since it is the language through which the Qur'an (Koran) is believed to have been revealed. With the rise of Islam as a dominant religion after AD622, Arabic became the most widespread of the living Semitic languages. Classified as South Central Semitic, Arabic is related to Hebrew, spoken in Israel, and Amharic, spoken in Ethiopia, as well as to the ancient Semitic languages. The earliest written inscriptions in Arabic are found in the Arabian Peninsula and date from the early 4th century AD. Today, Arabic is a unifying bond among Arabs, and it is the liturgical language of Muslims in Turkey, Iran, Afghanistan, Pakistan, Indonesia, parts of Sub-Saharan Africa, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Tajikistan, Turkmenistan, and Uzbekistan. Estimated 200,000,000 people use Arabic (or one of its dialects) as their first language.
Aragonese - Nabidà! & Goyosa Añada benién.
Aragonese Language Information: Aragonese has 11,000 or more active speakers, including 500 elderly monolinguals. An additional 20,000 people use it as second language. There are local varieties. Different from the local variety of Spanish (also called 'Aragonese', which is influenced by High Aragonese). Eastern Aragonese is transitional to Catalan. Similarities to Catalan, Occitan, and Gascón. Speakers use Spanish (Castilian) in varying degrees, depending on their education; generally they use it well.
Aramaic - Edo bri'cho o rish d'shato brich'to!
Aramaic Language Information: Semitic language closely related to Hebrew. Originally the language of the Aramaeans, it was used, in many dialectical forms, in Mesopotamia and Syria before 1000BC and later became the lingua franca of the Middle East. Aramaic survived the fall of Nineveh (612BC) and Babylon (539BC) and remained the official language of the Persian Empire (539-337BC). Ancient inscriptions in Aramaic have been found over a vast area extending from Egypt to China. Before the Christian era, Aramaic had become the language of the Jews in Palestine. Jesus preached in Aramaic, and parts of the Old Testament and much of the rabbinical literature were written in that language. Christian Aramaic, usually called Syriac, also developed an extensive literature, especially from the 4th to 7th centuries. The influence and diffusion of Aramaic began to decline in favor of Arabic at the time of the Arab conquest in the 7th century AD. Aramaic survives today in Eastern and Western dialects, mostly as the language of Christians living in a few scattered communities in Syria, Lebanon, Turkey, Iraq, and Iran.
Aranés - Bon Nadau!
Aranés Language Information: Officially recognized with its own orthography in Spain. Taught regularly in school since 1984. Some regional variation. Inherently intelligible with Commingese Gascon of France, and called 'Aranese' in France. Aranese is influenced by Catalan and Spanish more than French. Over half the speakers are fluent in French, Spanish, Catalan, or Occitan. Catalan and Spanish are taught in school. 250,000 speakers in all countries including Gascon in France. Dialects: BAISH ARANÉS, MIJARANÉS ARANÉS, NAUT ARANÉS.
Arawak - Aba satho niw jari da'wisida bon
Arawak Language Information: 1,500 speakers out of 15,000 in the ethnic group in Guyana; 700 in Suriname; 150 to 200 in French Guiana; a few in Venezuela (1977 SIL); 2,400 total speakers. West coast and northeast along the Corantyne River. Arawakan, Maipuran, Northern Maipuran, Caribbean. Reported to be used only primarily by the elderly in Guyana and Suriname. Others are bilingual. The ethnic group in Guyana represents 33% of the Amerindians.
Armenian - Shenoraavor Nor Dari yev Soorp Janunt
Armenian Language Information: Spoken as a native language by between 4 and 5 million people in Armenia, Turkey, Iran, Syria, and Lebanon. Also spoken in; Georgia, Kazakhstan, Kyrghyzstan, Russia, Tajikistan, Turkmenistan, Uzbekistan, USA, Lebanon, Iran, Egypt, Turkey, France, Iraq, Bulgaria & Honduras. Because of the presence of many words borrowed in ancient times from Iranian, it was long believed to be an Iranian dialect. Armenian is a member of the Indo-European family of languages, the sole member in its branch of the family. A total of over 6,000,000 speakers in all countries. All dialects in all countries usually reported to be inherently intelligible. Unique alphabet. About 30% of Armenians in Armenia speak Russian as second language.
Aromanian - Crãciunu hãriosu shi unu anu nãu, bunu!
Aromanian Language Information: Macedo-Romanian, or Aromanian, has several hundred thousand speakers in various Balkan countries. Also in Bulgaria, southern Yugoslavia, Bosnia-Herzegovina. Indo-European, Italic, Romance, Eastern, South. Structurally a distinct language from Romanian . Inherent intelligibility with Romanian is very low. It split from the other three Romanian languages between 500 and 1000 A.D. 'Armini' refers to the people.
Asturian - Bones Navidaes & Gayoleru anu nuevu!
Asturian Language Information: Asturian is spoken in the Principality of Asturias, the western part of Cantabria and northern Castilla-Leon, Spain. 100,000 first language speakers, plus 450,000 second language speakers able to speak or understand it. 50,000 in Central Asturian, 30,000 in Western Asturian, 20,000 in Eastern Asturian. 550,000 in the ethnic group.
Costume SuperCenter Assamese - Rongaali Bihur xubhessaa lobo
Assamese Language Information: ndian language of the Indo-Iranian family, spoken by the inhabitants of the Indian state of Assam. The language is closely related to the Oriya and Bengali languages. Assamese is spoken in the valley of the Brahmaputra River, from the borders of Koch Bihâr in the west to Dibrugarh in the east. 14,604,000 or more in all countries; a few in Bangladesh.
Ata - Maroyan na Pasko woy kaopia-an ng Bag-ong Tuig kaniyo't langon mga sulod
Ata Language Information: Nine or more families. Mabinay, Negros Oriental. Austronesian, Malayo-Polynesian, Western Malayo-Polynesian, Meso Philippine, Central Philippine. Probably very bilingual in Cebuano. Distinct from Ata Manobo or the Atta languages.
Aukan - Wi e winsi i wan bun nyun yali
Aukan Language Information: English based Creole spoken in Suriname & French Guiana. 25,000 speakers. 'Aukan' is English, 'Aukaans' is Dutch. Eastern along the Marowijne and Tapanahony rivers, northeastern along the Cottica River.
Aymara - Sooma Nawira-ra
Aymara Language Information: Aymara is an andean language which is endangered with disappearance and it is still spoken around the Titicaca lake. Until 1972 there were over two million speakers. Recent results of censuses of Bolivia, Peru and Chile gave one million and three hundred thousand aymaristas. That is, in less than thirty years the Aymara speakers have a decrease of 35%. No one knows, exactly, which was the most ancient organized Aymara state. But is usual to refer to the Tiahuanaco civilization, 2000 BC approximately, as being the first Aymara state. There were many other Aymara states among them The Lupakas, 1400 AD, who were the last politically-independent Aymara nation.
Azeri - Tezze Iliniz Yahsi Olsun
Azeri Language Information: The Azeri language belongs to the southwestern (Oguz) branch of the Turkic language family. There are two main subgroups of Azeri: Azerbaijani North and Azerbaijani South. The main differences are in the sounds and basic grammatical structure of the languages. Azeri has a written tradition that dates back to the fourteenth century. Arabic script is used in Iran and the Cyrillic alphabet is used in Azerbaijan. A number of Azeri newspapers are published in Armenia to serve the needs of the communities. Also in Iran, Iraq, Turkey, Syria, Jordan, USA. Altaic, Turkic, Southern, Azerbaijani. Dialect: AFSHARI (AFSHAR, AFSAR). There are approximately 14,000,000 speakers in all countries.
Bafut - Mboni Chrismen & Mboni Alooyefee
Bafut Language Information: Spoken by approximately 50,000 people of Bafut, Tuba Subdivision, Mezam Division and in Menchum Division, North West Province, Cameroon.
Bahasa/Malaysia - Selamat Hari Natal dan Tahun Baru
Bahasa/Malaysia Language Information: The national language of Malaysia is Bahasa Malaysia or Malay. Spoken by 10,000,000 in Malaysia including second language speakers; 12,000 in Hong Kong; 6,253 in USA; 10,000,000 in Indonesia; 396,000 in Singapore; 21,000 in Myanmar; 4,200 in United Arab Emirates; 17,600,000 or more in all countries first language speakers. Over 80% cognate with Indonesian. 'Bazaar Malay' is used to refer to many regional non-standard dialects. Roman and Arabic (Jawi) scripts.
Bamoun - Poket Kristmet & Poket lum mfe
Bamoun Language Information: Trade language spoken in most of the Noun Division, the northern area of Mifi Division and in the southeast area of Bamboutos Division, West Province, Cameroon. Has its own script, though not used for current orthography. Approximately 200,000 speakers.
Banen - Enganda ye hiono mes & Hion Hios Hes
Banen Language Information: BANEN/TUNEN - Spoken by approximately 35,000 in Cameroon. (BANEN, BANEND, PENIN, PENYIN, NENNI NYO'O) Ndikinimeki and Makenene subdivisions, Mbam Division, Center Province; south to the eastern part of Yingui Subdivision, Nkam Division, Littoral Province.
Bandang - Mbung Mbung Krismie & Mbung Mbung Ngouh Suiie
Bandang Language Information: Spoken in Cameroon - 34,000 . South of Batibo, Mamfe and northern Fontem subdivisions, Manyu Division, South West Province. Niger-Congo, Atlantic-Congo, Volta-Congo, Benue-Congo, Bantoid, Southern, Wide Grassfields, Narrow Grassfields, Momo. Dialects: BAMUMBO (BAMUMBU), BECHATI, BESALI, BANTI, FOLEPI, IGUAMBO (IGUMBO), MUNDANI, NKO (NKONG).
Basque - Zorionak eta Urte Berri On!
Basque Language Information: Basque Language, language spoken by the Basques, the people inhabiting north central Spain and the department of Pyrénées-Atlantiques in southwestern France. The Basque language is one of the oldest languages still spoken today and may have originally been spoken as a pre-Ice Age cave language. The Basque name for their language is Euskara. The language has a number of dialects, of which the chief are Guipúzcoan, Biscayan, and Navarrese in Spain and Labourdin and Navarrais in France. In terms of word formation, Basque is classified as an agglutinative language. There are 715,000 people who speak Basque in France, Spain, Costa Rica, the Philippines, Australia, Mexico and the United States of America.
Bassa - Ngand Nwi Lam & Mwi Lam
Bassa Language Information: BASSA - Spoken by 347,600 in Liberia, 5,000 in Sierra Leone, 353,000 in all countries. Grand Bassa, Rivercess, and Montserrado counties, central Liberia. Gbii overlaps into Nimba County. Niger-Congo, Atlantic-Congo, Volta-Congo, Kru, Western, Bassa. Dialects: GBOR, GBA SOR, MABAHN, HWEN GBA KON, CENTRAL BASSA, RIVERCESS BASSA. Different from Bassa of Nigeria or Bassa (Basaa) of Cameroon.
Batak Karo -
Batak PakPak -
Batak -
Batak Toba -
Mejuah-juah Ketuahen Natal
Njuah Ketuaken Natal
Horos hatuahon Natal
Horas hatuaon Natal

Batak Language Information: Examples of several dialects of language spoken by the Batak people of Island of Sumatra in Indonesia. 600,000 total speakers. Central and northern, west and northwest of Lake Toba. Austronesian, Malayo-Polynesian, Western Malayo-Polynesian, Sundic, Sumatra, Batak, Northern.
Bemba - Kristu abe nenu muli ino nshiku nkulu ya Mwezi
Bemba Language Information: Principally spoken in Zambia, in the Northern, Copperbelt, and Luapula Provinces; also spoken in southern Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) and southern Tanzania. Bemba is a Central Bantu language. The Bantu language family is a branch of the Benue-Congo family, which is a branch of the Niger-Congo family, which is a branch of Niger-Kordofanian. Most closely related to the Bantu languages Kaonde (in Zambia and DRC), Luba (in DRC), Nsenga and Tonga (in Zambia), and Nyanja/Chewa (in Zambia and Malawi). Number of Speakers: 5 - 6 million. An estimated 3.7 million people speak Bemba and related dialects as a first language; other speakers speak Bemba as a second language.
Belorussian - Winshuyu sa Svyatkami i z Novym godam!
Belorussian Language Information: Belorussian remains to be the closest tongue to Russian and represents a purely East Slavic language with all its flexions, the case system, and verb structure. There are about 10,000,000 speakers in; Belarus, Azerbaijan, Kazakhstan, Kyrghyzstan, Latvia, Lithuania, Russia, Turkmenistan, Ukraine, Uzbekistan, USA, Poland, Estonia & Moldova. Cyrillic alphabet used. Linguistically between Russian and Ukrainian, with transitional dialects to both.

Hanes Just My Size Deals...

justmysize.com (Hanesbrands Inc.)
Bengali - Shuvo Baro Din - Shuvo Nabo Barsho
Bengali Language Information: BENGALI - The national language of Bangladesh is spoken by nearly 200,000,000 worldwide. Bengali belongs to the easternmost branch, called Aryan or Indo-Iranian, of the Indo-European family of languages. Its direct ancestor is a form of Prakrit or Middle Indo-Aryan which descended from Sanskrit or Old Indo-Aryan. Sanskrit was the spoken as well as the literary language of Aryandom until circa 500 B.C., after which it remained for nearly two thousand years the dominant literary languages as well as the lingua franca among the cultured and the erudite throughout the subcontinent. Bengali at the present day has two literary styles. One is called "Sadhubhasa" (elegant language) and the other "Chaltibhasa" (current language) . The Bengali script, like all other Indian scripts, originated from Brahmi alphabet of the Asokan inscriptions.
Bhojpuri - Naya Sal Mubarak Ho
Bhojpuri Language Information: Bhojpuri is an Indo-European language centered in the Bhojpuri region of Northern India. The language is spoken by approximately 25,000,000 total, with most of these being in India. There are over 1,000,000 speakers in Nepal and a small number in Mauritius.
Bicolano - Maugmang Capascuhan asin Masaganang Ba-gong Taon!
Bicolano Language Information: Bicolano (Bikolano, Bikol) has several dialects. It is a language spoken by nearly 4,000,000 in various parts of the Phillipines. Southern Catanduanes, Northern Sorsogon, Albay, Camarines Norte and Sur, Luzon. Naga City and Legaspi City are centers.
Bislama - Mi wisim yufala eerywan one gutfala Krismas & mo wan hapi New Year long
Bislama Language Information: Bislama is English-lexifier (based) Pidgin in spoken in Vanuatu. It shares a common ancestry with other Pidgins spoken in the South-Western Pacific, most notably, Tok Pisin (Papua New Guinea) and Pijin (Solomon Islands). Bislama has the official status of Vanuatu's National Language. English and French, the languages of the former colonial rule, are recognised as the Nation's Official Languages. There are over 100 different vernacular languages spoken throughout the archipelago. Given the population of approximately 170,000, this makes Vanuatu, per capita, the most linguistically diverse country in the world. Many of the Ni-Vanuatu are, at least, tri-lingual, speaking their own vernacular, Bislama and either English or French.
Blaan - Pye duh di kaut Kristo klu munt ug Felemi Fali!
Blaan Language Information: Blaan (Bilaan) is an Austronesian language spoken on the island of Midanao. This Philippine language is spoken by approximately 300,000. It is generally not a first language, and many use Cebuano.
Blackfoot - I'Taamomohkatoyiiksistsikomi
Blackfoot Language Information: Blackfoot has 9,000 total speakers out of 15,000 population included in the USA & Canada. Blackfoot, Piegan, and Blood Reserves in southern Alberta. Algic, Algonquian, Plains. In some Canadian locations Blackfoot remains the principal means of communication for older adults.
Bohemian/Czech - Prejeme Vam Vesele Vanoce a Stastny novy rok
Bohemian/Czech Language Information: The language spoken by most of the inhabitants of the Czech Republic. It forms, together with Slovak, Polish, and High and Low Sorbian (also called Wendish), the western branch of the Slavic languages . Slovak, the language of Slovakia, closely resembles Czech. Both languages used the Czech literary language until the middle of the 19th century, when a separate Slovak literary language, based on a dialect of central Slovakia, was created. In current usage, the two languages show only slight phonetic and syntactic differences. 10,004,800 speakers in Czech Republic, 1,452,812 in USA, 27,780 in Canada, 21,000 in Ukraine, 9,000 in Bulgaria, 12,000,000 in all countries.
Brahui - Arkas caik xuda are
Brahui Language Information: The Brahui language is spoken in Pakistan (mainly in the Kalat and Hairpur regions), Afghanistan, Iran and Turkmenistan. The total number of Brahui speakers is estimated to be approximately 2,000,000 people. All Brahuis are bilingual: in addition to the Brahui language, most of them speak Baluchi.

Christian Jewelry

Breton - Nedeleg laouen na bloav ezh mat
Breton Language Information: Breton language is a Celtic language closely related to Welsh, Cornish, Manx, and Irish and Scottish Gaelic. It is the everyday language of an estimated 250,000 people in Brittany, the far western peninsula of France.
Bulgarian - Chestita Koleda i Shtastliva Nova Godina
Bulgarian Language Information: The Bulgarian language is a member of the Slavic language family. Some modern Slavic languages (such as Czech, Slovak, Slovenian, and Polish) are written in the Latin alphabet, and their speakers are predominantly Roman Catholic. Other Slavic languages, among them the Bulgarian, Russian, Ukrainian, and Belarussian languages, use variations of the Cyrillic alphabet. (The Serbo-Croatian language is called Serbian when written by Serbs in the Cyrillic alphabet and Croatian when written by Croats in the Latin alphabet. The Serbs are predominantly Eastern Orthodox and the Croats are mostly Roman Catholic.) 8,000,000 in Bulgaria, 85% of the population, 234,000 in Ukraine, 30,000 in Greece, 10,000 in Romania, 270,000 in Turkey; 360,000 in Moldova, 20,000 in USA.
Bulu - Duma e bo'o
Bulu Language Information: Bulu is spoken by nearly 800,000 of the residents of the country of Cameroon. It is the primary language for nearly 200,000.
Bura - e be Zambe e Usa ma ka Kirisimassu
Bura Language Information: Bura is the language spoken by tghe Pabir and Bura of Nigeria. These are the major tribes in the former Biu and Shani LGAs. The population of the Bura is over 250,000. Apart from Bura, they also speak Hausa, Chibok and Marghi. A few speak Fuiflilde. Quite a number of Bura are literate. Bura is spoken by 200,000 Pabir & 32,000 in Adamawa State of Nigeria.
Catalan - Bon Nadal i feliç any nou!
Catalan Language Information: Catalan is a Romance Language of the West branch. It has over 4,000,000 mother tongue speakers in Spain, plus several hundred thousand in, France, Italy, Andorra (official language) and the USA. It is quite similar to the Occitan language. Catalan is the own language in a large territory whose main part is in Spain , but also in Andorra, France and Italy (Sardinia island).
Cantonese - Seng Dan Fai Lok, Sang Nian Fai Lok
Cantonese Language Information: Cantonese is one of the world's most widely spoken languages. There are nearly 50,000,000 mother tongue speakers on mainland China. Along with English, this is the official language of Hong Kong and is spoken in; Singapore, Macau, Viet Nam, Panama, United Kingdom, Mauritius, United States, Macau, Indonesia, New Zealand, Thialand, Philippines, Costa Rica, Brunei, Malaysia, Canada, Nauru and The Netherlands. Total number of speakers is over 65,000,000.
Carib - Sirito kypoton ra'a
Carib Language Information: Carib is the language of the carib people of the island of Dominica. It is one of the two language groups of the island - the other being Arawak. The Arawak people were brought to extinction and much the same has happened to the Caribs. However, a small population survived. Their language is all but extinct and not in common usage. Its influence can be seen in the Creole of the island.
Carrier - Zoo dungwel & Soocho nohdzi doghel
Carrier Language Information: Carrier is a native indian language of central and southern Canada. The usage is limited and there are approximately 2,000 active speakers.
Carolinian - Ameseighil ubwutiiwel Layi Luugh me raagh fee
Carolinian Language Information: Carolinian is spoken aby about 3,000 people in the Northern Mariana Islands. English is the official language, as these are territories of the United States. This is an Austronesian language with very active use.
Cebuano - Malipayong Pasko ug Bulahang Bag-ong Tuig!
Cebuano Language Information: Cebuano is spoken primarily on the island province of Cebu. It is the primary language used in Cebu City and throughout the Cebu province. It is actually a variation of the Visayan (Bisaya) Language. The Cebu province is central to the Visayan region. Visayan and Cebuano are similar. 15,230,000 in the Philippines; about 24.4% of the population. Negros, Cebu, Bohol, Visayas and parts of Mindanao. Also in USA, including Hawaii.
Chamorro - Filis Pasgua & Filis Anu Nuebo
Chamorro Language Information: Chamorro, sometimes confused as Guamanian, is the native language of ethnic Chamorros on the Micronesian island of Guam and the Northern Mariana Islands, particularly Saipan, Tinian, and Rota. Chamorros represent less than half of the current population on Guam, and not all ethnic Chamorros, i.e. the younger generation, speak it, so estimates of Chamorro's speaking population are between sixty and ninety thousand.
Chaha - Bogem h n mh m & Boxem as nana-h m
Chaha Language Information: Chaha is a language of West Gurage in Ethopia. There are approximately 900,000 speakers.
Chamba - Wi na ge nyare Su dome Kirismass
Chamba Language Information: Chamba is one of the forms of Samba spoken primarily in Nigeria. There are 500,000 speakers of all Samba dialects and approximately 60,000 speakers of Chamba.
Chavacano - Felices Navidad y Prospero Anyo Nuevo
Chavacano Language Information: Chavacano, also Chabacano, is a Spanish-based creole language spoken in the Philippines. It is the common name for the six dialects of what is formally known in Linguistics as Philippine Creole Spanish.
Cherokee - Danistayohihv & Aliheli'sdi Itse Udetiyvsadisv
Cherokee Language Information: Cherokee has over 22,000 speakers out of a total population of over 300,000. This is a native American language spoken in the Eastern & Central United States.
Cheyenne - Hoesenestotse & Aa'e Emona'e
Cheyenne Language Information: Cheyenne has fewer than 2000 speakers out of 5,000 population. Northern Cheyenne Reservation, southeastern Montana; associated with Arapaho in western Oklahoma. It is a native American language which is generally spoken only by older people.
Chichewa - Moni Wa Chikondwelero Cha Kristmasi
Chichewa Language Information: Chichewa & Nyanja are spoken by approximately 1,000,000 in Zambia, 250,000 in Zimbabwe, 3,200,000 in Malawi, 423,000 in Mozambique, 5,000,000 in all countrie. Also in Tanzania.
Chiga - Mwebare khuhika - Ha Noel
Chiga Language Information: Chiga is the language of the Chiga (also spelled Kyiga) people of Uganda. The language is linked to the general Bantu from Central Africa. It is a Niger-Congo language and spoken by about 1,400,000 Ugandans.
Choctaw - Yukpa, Nitak Hollo Chito
Choctaw Language Information: Choctaw has about 9,000 speakers including 80 monolinguals out of 25,000 population. Language use is vigorous in Mississippi. The Houma are 12,000 racially mixed descendents of a Choctaw subgroup in southern Louisiana who speak 'broken French', and no longer speak Choctaw.
Cornish - Nadelik looan na looan blethen noweth
Cornish Language Information: Cornish is a language which crrently has no mother tongue speakers and only a few hundred fluent users. It is a Celtic language very closely related to Welsh & Breton. The Cornish are a Celtic people, in ancient times the Westernmost kingdom of the Dumnonii, the people who inhabited all of Cornwall, Devon and West Somerset. Having been near extinction, there is now a resurgence in its use.
Corsican - Bon Natale e Bon capu d' annu
Corsican Language Information: CORSICAN - 281,000 in Corsica. 341,000 or more in all countries. Also spoken in Canada, Puerto Rico, USA, Venezuela, Cuba, Bolivia, Uruguay, Italy. Corsican is in the Tuscan group of Italian dialects. Corsican has been recognized as a separate language by the French government. Speakers are bilingual in French but many are not fluent in it.
Cree - Mitho Makosi Kesikansi
Cree Language Information: There are four different dialects of Cree which are spoken in Canada and the United States. These are native languages spoken in total by about 50,000.
Creek - Afvcke Nettvcakorakko
Creek Language Information: Also known as MUSKOGEE , this Native American language has 6000 speakers out of 20,000 population . Creek and Seminole of east central Oklahoma, Creek of southern Alabama, Seminole of Brighton Reservation.
Creole/Seychelles - Bonn e Erez Ane
Creole/Seychelles Language Information: SESELWA 68,400 speakers. Seychelles French based creole dialect is reported to be the same as Chagos. Structural differences with Mauritius are relatively minor. Not adequately intelligible with Reunion Creole. It is gaining rapidly in status. It is heard everywhere on the streets, in the shops and homes. The first 4 years of education are in Seselwa. Used for some subjects for 5 more years. The native language of Seselwa, spoken by virtually all its citizens.
Croatian - Sretan Bozic
Croatian Language Information: The Croatian language belongs to the South Slavic branch of Slavic group of languages. It is the official language of Croatia. With its written standard developing in the 11th century from a number of Croatian dialects, Croatian was one of the first languages that emancipated themselves from the common Slavic substratum. 4,800,000 in Croatia. 21,000,000 in all countries. Also in Bosnia-Herzegovina, Macedonia, Romania, Greece, Slovakia, Germany, Sweden, other countries.
Audio Icon to highlight website link to listen to audio files of foreign language speakers saying Merry Christmas in different languages and download foreign language WAV files of the Merry Christmas greeting in many languages free from Holidays.net Listen to foreign language speakers saying Merry Christmas in different languages and download foreign language WAV audio files of the Merry Christmas greeting in many languages FREE Audio Icon to highlight website link to listen to audio files of foreign language speakers saying Merry Christmas in different languages and download foreign language WAV files of the Merry Christmas greeting in many languages free from Holidays.net
A  B  C  D  E  F  G  H  I  J  K  L  M  N  O  P  Q  R  S  T  U  V  W  X  Y  Z
  Feliz Navidad Luces de Navidad to celebrate how to say have a Merry Christmas and Happy New Year in 350 different foreign languages.











Webpage Title, Description, Categories and Tags: Title: A-C How to Say Have a Merry Christmas and Happy New Year in 350+ Languages, foreign languages on this how to say Have a Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year Page start with letters A-C. Description: how to say have a merry christmas and happy new year in different languages Categories: Christmas Holidays Different Foreign Languages how to say have a merry christmas and happy new year in different languages Tags: how to say merry christmas merry christmas happy new year say merry christmas different languages foreign other many language merry christmas happy new year new year say speak how to say have a merry christmas and happy new year in these languages: Acholi Adhola Aeka Afrikaans Ahtna Albanian Aleut Alsatian Alur Alutiq Amharic Amuesha Angami Apache Arabic Aragonese Aramaic Aranés Arawak Armenian Aromanian Asturian Assamese Ata Aukan Aymara Azeri Bafut Bahasa Bamoun Banen Bondang Basque Bassa Batak Bemba Belorussian Bengali Bhojpuri Bicolano Bislama Blaan Blackfoot Bohemian Czech Brahui Breton Bulgarian Bulu Bura Catalan Cantonese Carib Carrier Cebuano Chamorro Chaha Chamba Cherokee Cheyenne Chichewa Chiga Choctaw Cornish Corsican Cree Creek Creole Seychelles Croatian English Español




Feliz de Navidad y Prospero Ano Nuevo de Advantage Business Designs Website Design Company, Search Engine Optimization Specialist

Merry Christmas, Happy New Year, Peace on Earth and Good Will Towards All Peoples, God Bless Us Every One!
Disclaimer: The linguistics information provided here is outdated and will not be updated but please do contact me if you have a Merry Christmas Happy New Greeting in a language not represented here and I will add it. I cannot guarantee page contents accuracy but because these greetings appeared endangered like many of the cultures and languages they represent they have been captured from the internet and archived here for historical preservation and your free use copyright free, no ©2017 ABD, Advantage Business Designs,