Merry christmas in greek

Merry Christmas in Greek, Bethlehem Greeting Card

Merry Christmas in Greek, Bethlehem Card

Translation: "Merry Christmas" in Slovenian. Send stylish holiday wishes with this Christmas card featuring a colorful watercolor painting of the nativity: the three magi bearing gifts entering Bethlehem. You can edit text inside. Custom requests welcome.

Sold - Merry Christmas in Greek 2.Thank you to the buyer.

Snow Covered Cathedral 4 by Roy Pedersen. Digital painting of a snow covered Worcester Cathedral beside the river Severn in the UK.

A fresco depicts Saint Nicholas, who gave rise to the legend of Santa Claus.

A fresco depicts Saint Nicholas, who gave rise to the legend of Santa Claus.

Merry Christmas wall decal in 7 Languages  Χριστουγεννιατικη διακοσμηση βιτρινας - Ευχές Χριστουγέννων

Merry Christmas wall decal in 7 Languages Χριστουγεννιατικη διακοσμηση βιτρινας - Ευχές Χριστουγέννων

Sometimes humans come up with useful things ;D Soooo. In short. Merry Christmas. Or Holidays. Or Food Feast. Or No School Days. Or Two Videogames Weeks. Or whatever you celebrate <3 on tumblr&nb...

Hades finding Thanos<<<< This isn't really Percy Jackson but I'm pinning it to this board anyways<<<am i the only one who noticed the Tarzan parallel?

Kourabiedes are very simple to make, since they are made only with flour, butter and sugar and are scented with vanilla and brandy or rum.

Kourabiedes - Traditional Christmas Greek butter cookies with almonds, scented with vanilla and rum (or brandy) and then smothered in icing sugar

The “X” in “Xmas” Doesn’t Take the “Christ” Out of “Christmas”  Myth: “Xmas” is a non-religious name / spelling for “Christmas”.    It turns out, “Xmas” is not a non-religious version of “Christmas”. The “X” is actually indicating the Greek letter “Chi”, which is short for the Greek, meaning “Christ”. So “Xmas” and “Christmas” are equivalent in every way except their lettering.

It turns out, “Xmas” is not a non-religious version of “Christmas”. The “X” is actually indicating the Greek letter “Chi”, which is short for the Greek, meaning “Christ”. So “Xmas” and “Christmas” are equivalent in every way except their lettering.

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