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Christmas wishes in over 30 languages from PAB Languages Centre Ltd.

Merry Christmas to all our clients, partners, associates, suppliers, and employees.  

We are blessed to have wonderful humans in over 50 countries from different faiths, backgrounds, ethnicities working with PAB Languages.

We wish you all a peaceful and magical holiday season. Please share your wishes in your native language with friends, clients, and suppliers.

We are taking a moment to wish you all a peaceful and magical holiday season.

Albanian: Gëzuar Krishtilindjen

Arabic: عِيد مِيلَاد مَجِيد‎ (ʿīd mīlād majīd), مِيلَاد مَجِيد‎ (mīlād majīd)

Armenian: Շնորհավոր Սուրբ Ծնունդ (šnorhavor Surb Cnund)

Azerbaijani: Milad Bayramınız Mübarək

Bosnian: Sretan Božić

Bulgarian: Весела Коледа! (Vesela Koleda)

Burmese: Pyaw Shwin Phwal Christmas Phyit Par Say

Chinese (Mandarin): 聖誕快樂, 诞快乐 (Shèngdàn kuàilè), 聖誕節快樂, 诞节快乐 (Shèngdànjié kuàilè)

Croatian: Sretan Božić

Czech: Veselé Vánoce

Danish: Glædelig jul

Dutch- Prettig Kerstfeest

English: Merry Christmas, Happy Christmas

Estonian: Häid jõule

Finnish- Hyvää joulua

French - Joyeux Noël!

Georgian: შობას გილოცავთ (šobas gilocavt)

German- Frohe Weihnachten 

Greek- Καλά Χριστούγεννα! 

Hebrew: חג מולד שמח‎ (khag molad sameakh)

Hungarian: Boldog Karácsonyt

Indonesian: Selamat hari Natal

Irish: Nollaig Shona

Italian- Buon Natale

Japanese: メリークリスマス (Meri Kurisumasu)

Korean: 즐거운 성탄절 보내세요

(메리 크리스마스 (meri keuriseumaseu)) – this phrase is more common in Korea

Latvian- Priecīgus Ziemassvētkus!  

Lithuanian- Linksmų Kalėdų!  

Macedonian: Среќен Божиќ (Sreḱen Božiḱ)

Malay: Selamat Hari Natal

Maltese: il-Milied it-Tajjeb

Mongolian: Зул сарын мэнд хүргэе! (Zul saryn mend hürgeje)

Norwegian: God jul

Polish: Wesołych Świąt, Wesołych Świąt Bożego Narodzenia

Portuguese - Feliz Natal

Romanian, Moldavian - Sărbători Fericite!

Russian: с Рождеством (s Roždestvóm), с Рождеством Христовым (s Roždestvóm Xristóvym), Весёлого Рождестваа (Vesjólovo Roždestvá), Счастливого Рождества (Sčastlívovo Roždestvá)

Serbian: Срећан Божић (Srećan Božić), Христос се роди (Hristos se rodi), Ваистину се роди (Vaistinu se rodi) (reply to “Hristos se rodi”)

Slovak: Veselé Vianoce

Slovene: Vesel božič

Spanish - Feliz Navidad

Swahili: Heri ya Krismasi, Krismasi njema

Swedish - God Jul

Tagalog: Maligayang Pasko

Tamil: கிறிஸ்துமஸ் நல்வாழ்த்துக்கள் (kiṟistumas nalvāḻttukkaḷ)

Telugu: మెర్రీ క్రిస్మస్ (merrī krismas)

Thai: สุขสันต์วันคริสต์มาส (sùk-sǎn wan krís-mâas)

Turkish: Mutlu Noeller

Urdu: کرسمس مبارک‎ (krismas mubārak), میری کرسمس‎ (merī krismas)

Uzbek: Rojdestvo muborak OR Rojdestvo muborak bo'lsin

Vietnamese: Chúc mừng Giáng sinh

Welsh- Nadolig Llawen 

Read about traditions in Poland, Bulgaria, and Portugal here.

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