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merry christmas

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"Merry Christmas" is a phrase originating from the English language. "Merry" signifies joyous and lighthearted, and "Christmas" refers to the Christian holiday celebrating the birth of Jesus Christ, on December 25. The phrase is commonly used as a festive greeting during the Christmas season.
📝 Example Sentence
"Merry Christmas! May your day be filled with joy, laughter, and lots of love."
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merry

📝 Description
"Merry" is an adjective in English language originating from Old English "myrige," meaning pleasant, agreeable, or delightful. It's often used to express joy, cheerfulness, or festive celebration, as in "Merry Christmas." Its usage can also imply slight intoxication, like in "merry revelers."
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"Tom and Jane wish everyone a merry, peaceful holiday season."
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christmas

📝 Description
"Christmas" is a compound word from Old English, originating from "Cristes Maesse", meaning "Christ's Mass". The term refers to the Christian holiday commemorating the birth of Jesus Christ. It has been universally recognized and celebrated on December 25th since the 4th century AD.
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"Everyone loves the warm, festive spirit that Christmas brings every year."
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