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Pronunciation of Merry Christmas: Learn how to pronounce Merry Christmas in English correctly

Learn how to say Merry Christmas correctly in English with this tutorial pronunciation video.

Oxford dictionary definition of the word Christmas:

noun
the annual commemoration by Christians of the birth of Jesus Christ on Dec 25
Also called: Christmas Day. Dec 25, observed as a day of secular celebrations when gifts and greetings are exchanged
(as modifier) ⇒ Christmas celebrations
Also called: Christmas Day. (in England, Wales and Ireland) Dec 25, one of the four quarter days Compare Lady Day, Midsummer’s Day, Michaelmas
Also called: Christmastide. the season of Christmas extending from Dec 24 (Christmas Eve) to Jan 6 (the festival of the Epiphany or Twelfth Night)
Word Origin
Old English Crīstes mæssemass of christ

Example Sentences Including ‘Christmas’

A big story the day after Christmas is like manna from heaven.
GLOBE AND MAIL (2003)
A crowd gathered as the disc jockey urged everyone to shout’Merry Christmas !
COUNTRY LIFE (2004)
He’s tied up like a Christmas parcel, he’s got his own underpants stuffed in his mouth for a gag.
Val McDermid THE LAST TEMPTATION (2002)
I said, `Don’t worry, I’ve decided to get Flora a doorbell for Christmas.
Anita Anderson SOMEBODY (2002)
It was going to be tough not spending Christmas with his loved-ones; fortunately they all understood why he wouldn’t be home.
Rob Mundle FATAL STORM (2001)
John Connolly flagged me last Christmas that he might be forced to make a call on his work commitments.
IRISH TIMES (2002)
MARRIAGE, like a puppy at Christmas , is supposed to be for life.
GLASGOW HERALD (2001)
Today is the Christmas of the Scottish football season with two sets of fans wondering what bumper fun-packed gift they will get.
GLASGOW HERALD (2001)
You wanna go play knight to the damsel, you’ll wake up next Christmas with an ice bag for a brain.
Robert Wilson BLOOD IS DIRT (2002)