Christmas and Wintertime Vocabulary Word List

This is mostly for non-native speakers. 🙂

When it’s Christmas time, I see so many culture-specific words that sometimes it’s hard to follow if you’re a non-native English speaker. I guess I’ll never understand what “yule” is, somebody better tell me! 🙂

Here is a short and simple list of common Christmas-specific words that you see everywhere. 🙂

I hope it helps!

  • bells
  • Bethlehem
  • Blitzer
  • candles
  • candy
  • candy canes
  • cards
  • cedar
  • celebrate
  • ceremonies
  • chimney
  • Christmas cookies
  • Christmas tree
  • cold
  • Comet
  • cranberry sauce

merry christmas

  • crowds
  • Cupid
  • Dancer
  • Dasher
  • December
  • decorations
  • dolls
  • Donner
  • dressing
  • eggnog
  • elves
  • family reunion
  • festival
  • fir
  • Frosty
  • fruitcake
  • gift boxes
  • gifts
  • goodwill
  • greetings
  • ham
  • happy
  • holiday
  • holly
  • holy
  • icicles
  • jolly
  • lights
  • lists
  • merry
  • miracle
  • mistletoe
  • New Year
  • Noel
  • North Pole
  • pageant
  • parades
  • party
  • pie
  • pine
  • plum pudding
  • poinsettia
  • Prancer
  • presents
  • pumpkin pie
  • punch
  • red/green
  • reindeer
  • ribbon
  • Rudolph
  • sacred
  • sales
  • sauce
  • Scrooge
  • season
  • sled
  • sleigh bells
  • snowflakes
  • spirit
  • St. Nick
  • stand
  • star
  • stickers
  • stocking stuffers
  • sweet potato
  • tidings
  • tinsel
  • togetherness
  • toys
  • tradition
  • traffic
  • trips
  • turkey
  • vacation
  • Vixen
  • Winter
  • worship
  • wrapping paper
  • wreath
  • yule
  • yuletide

 

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