First of all, I just want to say Merry Christmas to all people around the world. Now, since we are in a Christmas season, let us take a look some Christmas words and their meanings. Just enjoy reading and expand your vocabulary as well.
the period beginning four Sundays before Christmas and observed by some Christians as a season of prayer and fasting.
a spiritual being superior to humans in power and intelligence; especially : one in the lowest rank in the celestial hierarchy.
city of ancient Palestine in Judea SW of Jerusalem.
a vertical structure incorporated into a building and enclosing a flue or flues that carry off smoke; especially : the part of such a structure extending above a roof.
the ideal truth that comes as a divine manifestation of God to destroy incarnate error.
one who professes belief in the teachings of Jesus Christ.
the religion derived from Jesus Christ, based on the Bible as sacred scripture, and professed by Eastern, Roman Catholic, and Protestant bodies.
a Christian feast on December 25 or among some Eastern Orthodox Christians on January 7 that commemorates the birth of Christ and is usually observed as a legal holiday.
a song sung during the Christmas season.
the day on which Christmas is celebrated : December 25.
the day before Christmas : December 24.
a usually evergreen tree decorated at Christmas.
the Jewish religious teacher whose life, death, and resurrection as reported by the Evangelists are the basis of the Christian message of salvation —called also Jesus Christ.
the husband of Mary the mother of Jesus according to the Gospel accounts.
plural form of “magus”. They are the traditionally three wise men from the East paying homage to the infant Jesus.
a trough or open box in a stable designed to hold feed or fodder for livestock.
the mother of Jesus.
a European semiparasitic green shrub (Viscum album of the family Loranthaceae, the mistletoe family) with thick leaves, small yellowish flowers, and waxy-white glutinous berries.
a yellowish-brown to reddish-brown aromatic gum resin with a bitter slightly pungent taste obtained from a tree (especially Commiphora abyssinica of the family Burseraceae) of eastern Africa and Arabia.
the birth of Jesus.
also known as caribou. It is a large type of deer that lives in northern parts of the world.
a plump white-bearded and red-suited old man in modern folklore who delivers presents to good children at Christmastime —called also Santa.
a person who tends sheep.
an open usually horse-drawn vehicle with runners for use on snow or ice.
star of Bethlehem
a star which according to Christian tradition guided the Magi to the infant Jesus in Bethlehem.
a Christmas when there is snow on the ground or when it is snowing.
abbreviation or informal term for Christmas.
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