Describing Christmas in Italian:
As a Catholic country, Christmas is one of the major holidays celebrated in Italy. The word for Christmas is Natale (referring to the birth of Christ).
Of course, during this time of year, there are some other sayings you may want to learn as well.
Felice Anno Nuovo or Buon Anno
[feh-LEE-cheh AH-noh noo-OH-voh] or [boo-OHN AH-noh]
Happy New Year
New Year’s Day or New Year’s Eve festivities
I migliori auguri
[ee mee-YOH-ree aoo-GOO-ree]
And if you’re looking for gift ideas for your Italy-loving friends and family members, be sure to take a look at this list of Italy-inspired Christmas gift ideas!
Buon Natale, Buone Feste, e Felice Anno Nuovo a tutti!
(Merry Christmas, Happy Holidays, and Happy New Year to everyone!)
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