Wishing all the readers of Irish American Mom all over the world a very happy Christmas and peaceful New Year.
Today, let's learn how to say happy Christmas using the Irish language.
In Irish we say...
Nollaig Shona Duit
This is pronounced like this - null-ig hun-ah dh-itch
This is how we say happy Christmas to one person.
If you would like to wish a happy Christmas to more than one then you say ...
Nollaig Shona Daoibh
This is pronounced like this - null-ig hun-ah jee-iv.
Thank you to all who have stopped by this little corner of the internet this year, to explore our Irish heritage together.
I really appreciate all the wonderful comments and great discussions we have about all things Irish and Irish American.
This blog would not be possible without you. Thank you from the bottom of my heart.
Here's a little video of Christmas scenes around Dublin this year, where I'll be celebrating the festive season with my family.
Enjoy every moment of Christmas as you spend time with those you love.
If you enjoy crafts, especially festive projects, you might like to check out these other tutorials.
Christmas Nativity Scene Cut Outs
Tissue Paper Christmas Tree Holiday Card
Or if you enjoy Christmas baking, you might like to try out this Irish favorites.
Chocolate Dipped Holiday Strawberries
Cranberry White Chocolate Christmas Cookies
Thanks for following my recipes and ramblings.
Slán agus beannacht,
(Goodbye and blessings)
Mairéad -Irish American Mom
Pronunciation - slawn ah-gus ban-ock-th
Mairéad - rhymes with parade
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