Monday, December 24, 2018

Christmas Vocabulary List

In case you are wanting to use your extra free time to dig in to some good old fashioned English, here some of the most used Christmas vocab words. 
Merry Christmas!

 
A
angel
artificial tree
B
bells
birth
blizzard
blustery
boots
bough
bow
box
C
candle
candy
candy cane
cap
card
carolers
caroling
carols
celebrate
celebration
ceremony
charity
chestnuts
chill
chilly
chimney
Christmas
Christmas card
Christmas carol
Christmas Eve
Christmas tree
Christmas tree stand
Christmastide
cider
coal
cold
cookie
creche
D
December 25
decorate
decorations
display
E
eggnog
elf
elves
eve
evergreen
exchange
F
family
family reunion
Father Christmas
feast
Feliz Navidad
festival
festive
fir
fireplace
firewood
frankincense
frosty
Frosty the Snowman
fruitcake
G
garland
gift
gift-giving
gingerbread
gingerbread house
gingerbread woman
give
gold
goodwill
goose
green
greetings
guest
H
happy
holiday
holly
hope
hot chocolate
hot cider
hug
I
ice skates
icicle
icy
ivy
J
Jack Frost
Jesus
jingle bells
jolly
joy
Joyeux Noel
joyful
K
kings
Krampus
Kris Kringle
L
lights
list
log
love
M
manger
merry
Merry Christmas
mince pie
mistletoe
mittens
myrrh
N
nativity
naughty
nice
nippy
Noel
North Pole
nutcracker
O
occasion
ornaments
P
package
pageant
parade
partridge
party
pie
pine tree
pinecone
plum pudding
poinsettia
popcorn string
presents
R
receive
red
reindeer
rejoice
reunion
ribbon
ritual
Rudolph
S
Saint Nicholas
sales
Santa Claus
Santa's elves
Santa's helpers
Santa's list
Santa's workshop
scarf
Scrooge
season
season's greetings
shopping
skate
sled
sleigh
sleigh bells
snowball
snowbound
snowfall
snowflake
snowman
snowy
socks
spirit
St. Nick
star
stocking
stocking stuffer
sugarplum
sweater
T
tidings
tinsel
toboggan
togetherness
toy
tradition
tree
trimming
trips
turkey
U
unwrap
V
vacation
visit
W
wassail
wintertime
wintry
wise men
wish
wonder
workshop
wrap
wrapping paper
wreath
X
Xmas
Y
yule
yule log
yuletide

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