Merry Christmas In The Czech: 10 Remarkable Ways

May 15, 2021

Do you ever wonder how to wish someone a Merry Christmas in the Czech language on Christmas day? Ling-app gives you easy-to-learn translations and the correct pronunciation of Christmas eve phrases in the Czech!

Christmas day is the annual celebration of Christ's birth in the Western Christian Church. It takes place on December 25th and is usually celebrated with lots of fanfare and food!

You can impress your native colleague and family member with appropriate cultural Christmas vocabulary and phrases. Thus, Ling app will let you read the most important and easy ways to wish Merry Christmas in the Czech! There are many interesting customs and superstitions associated with Merry Christmas in the Czech Republic.

 

 

Merry Christmas In The Czech - Greetings, And Wishes For The Christmas Day

Merry Christmas! - Veselé Vánoce!

"Merry" means to be joyful, to celebrate, and usually to maintain a good mood. So with this phrase, you want someone to be fortunate and celebrate the birth of Christ! So surprise them and wish them Merry Christmas in the Czech.

Happy Kwanzaa! - Šťastné Kwanzaa!

During the Christmas holidays, surprise your West African or African American local friends with presents and this phrase! Kwanzaa is a seven-day non-religious celebration that starts on December 26th every year. It originated in the modern history of African Americans, and many people celebrate Christmas and Kwanzaa!

Have A Happy New Year! - Šťastný Nový Rok!

In countries that do not officially celebrate Christmas but observe the Gregorian calendar, this will be a warm holiday wish for the New Year.

Happy Hanukkah! - Šťastnou Chanuku!

Hanukkah is a beautiful Hebrew holiday in November or December every year. It is also known as "Hanukkah" and aims to commemorate Jewish religious freedom.

Have A Great Winter Vacation! - Pěknou dovolenou!

If someone does not attend any religious holidays during Christmas, this is a convenient and good phrase! However, this only applies to the northern region, where it is the winter season during the Christmas period.

See You Next Year! - Uvidíme se příští rok!

Are you on holiday during the Christmas holidays, or do you want to say goodbye to those who are about to vacation? It is a great way to say goodbye to buddies and family and wish them Merry Christmas in the Czech.

Warm Wishes! - Všechno nejlepší!

It is an informal, friendly phrase written in Czech Christmas cards, especially for those secular people who like to celebrate Christmas without the religious symbolism. It conveys the warm and genial blessings of friendship linked with this time of year.

Happy Holidays! - Pěkné prázdniny!

If you forget how to pronounce Merry Christmas In the Czech, then buy presents and say this general phrase.

Enjoy The Holidays! - Užijte si dovolenou!

After you say Merry Christmas in Czech, this will be a helpful phrase to wish everyone the best for the Christmas holidays! It can also be used by local or secular friends who do not celebrate Christmas every year but want to take holidays and gifts.

Best Wishes For The New Year! - Všechno nejlepší do nového roku!

It is another way to wish someone good luck in the New Year if they follow the Gregorian calendar. New Year's Day will begin on Jan 1st.

 

Christmas Eve - The List Consists Must-Know Vocabulary

So by now, you know how to pronounce Merry Christmas In The Czech! Next, shop for gifts and learn words and sentences related to Christmas and pronounce them correctly. At Ling-app, we make sure a person uses vocabulary as a native speaker!

  • Christmas - Vánoce
  • Snow - sníh
  • Snowflake - sněhová vločka
  • Snowman - sněhulák 
  • Turkey - krocan
  • Wreath - věnec
  • Reindeer - sob
  • Rudolph the Red-Nd Reindeer Rudolf - sob s červeným nosem
  • Santa Claus - Santa Claus
  • Elf - elf
  • North Pole - Severní pól
  • Sled - sáně
  • Present - dárek
  • Bell - zvonek
  • Chimney - komín
  • Fireplace - krb
  • Christmas Day - Štědrý den
  • Decoration - dekorace    
  • Stocking - punčocha
  • Holly - cesmína
  • Gingerbread house - perníková chaloupka
  • Candy cane - cukroví  
  • Mistletoe - jmelí

 

Write A Holidays Card For Your Families

Příjemné svátky a hodně štěstí v novém roce přeje (Name)!

Happy Vacation and good fortune in the New Year from (Name)!

Veselé Vánoce a šťastný nový rok přeje (Name)!

Merry Christmas and Happy New Year from (Name)

 

A Christmas Eve Song In Czech

Merry Christmas in the Czech
Song of Merry Christmas In The Czech English
Přejeme vám veselé Vánoce, Přejeme vám veselé Vánoce, Přejeme vám veselé Vánoce a šťastný nový rok!   We wish you a Merry Christmas; We wish you a Merry Christmas; We wish you a Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year!  
Blahé zprávy, jež přinášíme vám i vaším příbuzným, Přejeme vám veselé Vánoce a šťastný nový rok! Good tidings we bring to you and your kin; We wish you a Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year!  
Všichni chceme nějaký fíkový pudink, Všichni chceme nějaký fíkový pudink, Všichni chceme nějaký fíkový pudink, tak si nějaký přineseme hned sem. We all want some figgy pudding; We all want some figgy pudding; We all want some figgy pudding, so bring some right here.
Nepůjdeme, dokud nějaký nedostaneme, Nepůjdeme, dokud nějaký nedostaneme, Nepůjdeme, dokud nějaký nedostaneme, tak si nějaký přineseme hned sem. We won't go until we get some; We won't go until we get some; We won't go until we get some, so bring some right here.
Blahé zprávy, jež přinášíme vám i vaším příbuzným, Přejeme vám veselé Vánoce a šťastný nový rok! Good tidings we bring to you and your kin; We wish you a Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year.
Přejeme vám veselé Vánoce, Přejeme vám veselé Vánoce, Přejeme vám veselé Vánoce a šťastný nový rok! We wish you a Merry Christmas; We wish you a Merry Christmas; We wish you a Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year!

So, enjoy the tradition, give presents, have a meal at your table, and wish your families veselé vánoce. There are many reasons to learn rare and new languages. From the cognitive ability to enriching the benefits of life, developing a bilingual brain is a valuable experience that can change your personal and professional life.

 

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