Merry Christmas

Zalig kerstfeest / Nadolig Llawen / С Рождеством / Nollaig chridheil / Joyeux Noël / Nollick Ghennal / Frohe Weihnachten / Nollaig shona daoibh / A Blithe Yule and a Multilingual Merry Christmas to you.

My Dutch studies a sort of on hold this week, but will continue after New Year – I was planning to learn it just for one month, but will continue as I’m enjoying it and finding it fairly easy, a lot easier than Russian, anyway.

How’s your language learning going?

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3 Responses to Merry Christmas

  1. David Eger says:

    The Latvian greeting is: Priecīgus Ziemassvētkus (priecīgs = joyful; ziema = winter; svētki = festival, festivities).

    This name for Christmas is telling of the persistent affinities with pre-Christian traditions in Latvia.

    While we’re on non-Christian associations: Freylekhe Kratsmakh!

  2. IronMike says:

    My Cornish is going well. I’ll start Lakota on 7 Jan for month #2 of my linguistic journey.

    Nadelik lowen!