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Vocabulary Lists Must-Know Christmas Day Vocabulary

Must-Know Christmas Day Vocabulary

Weihnachtstagvokabeln, die man wissen muss
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snow
Schnee der masc (n)
snow
Der Schnee fรคllt im Wald.
The snow is falling in the woods.
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present
Geschenk das neut (n)
present
An meinem zweiten (2.) Geburtstag war mein Geschenk ein Kuscheltier.
On my second (2nd) birthday my present was a stuffed animal.
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snowflake
Schneeflocke die fem (n)
snowflake
fireplace
Kamin der masc (n)
fireplace
Christmas
Weihnachten (n)
Christmas
Der christliche, hohe, heilige Feiertag, an dem die Geburt Jesu gefeiert wird, ist Weihnachten.
The Christian high holy holiday celebrating the birth of Jesus is Christmas.
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turkey
Truthahn der masc (n)
turkey
Der wilde Truthahn stammt aus Nordamerika.
The wild turkey is native to North America.
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sled
Schlitten der masc (n)
sled
chimney
Schornstein der masc (n)
chimney
wreath
Kranz der masc (n)
wreath
snowman
Schneemann der masc (n)
snowman
Santa Claus
Weihnachtsmann der masc (n)
Santa Claus
Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer
Rudolf, das kleine Rentier
Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer
North Pole
Nordpol der masc (n)
North Pole
mistletoe
Mistelzweig der masc (n)
mistletoe
gingerbread house
Lebkuchenhaus das neut (n)
gingerbread house
elf
Elf der masc (n)
elf
decoration
Dekoration die fem (n)
decoration
candy cane
Zuckerstange die fem (n)
candy cane
bell
Glocke die fem (n)
bell
Christmas Day
Weihnachten
Christmas Day
stocking
Strumpf der masc (n)
stocking
reindeer
Rentier das neut (n)
reindeer
holly
Stechpalme die fem (n)
holly
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Friday at 9:47 am
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Hey listeners! Do you want to learn more about Christmas in Germany? Check out this German lesson:

Video Culture Class: German Holidays - Christmas
https://www.germanpod101.com/2013/09/06/video-culture-class-german-holidays-5-christmas-eve/

Monday at 12:19 am
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Hello Tammam,

Thank you very much for your kind feedback!๐Ÿ˜„
We hope you liked the lesson.
Please let us know if you have any questions.

Kind regards,

Albert
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Tammam
Monday at 2:00 am
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Vielen Dank ๐Ÿ˜œ

Tuesday at 1:58 pm
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Hi Jarrod,

Thank you for your comment!

Rudolph, the red-nosed reindeer is a set name in English and his German name is “Rudolf, das kleine Rentier.” You are right that it is not a word-for-word translation, that would be “Rudolph, das Rentier mit der roten Nase” (Rudolph, the reindeer with the red nose”), but that is not what we call him in German (as it is quite a mouthful to say!)๐Ÿ˜

I hope this helps!

Thank you!

Clara
Team GermanPod101.com

Jarrod Fischer
Sunday at 2:05 pm
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Sorry, I mean “Rot”

Jarrod Fischer
Sunday at 5:00 am
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one of them is at least wrong.
Rudolf, das kleine Rentier
Means little reindeer. Not “red-nose”. Red = Luft.