MarcoWord (Greek): Kala Christouyenna! (Merry Christmas)

Today’s MarcoWord (Greek): Kala Christouyenna!. Merry Christmas. Kala Christouyenna!! Did you know the “X” in Xmas comes from the Greek letter “chi” which represents ‘Christ?’ Well, it does :-)!”

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http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/0/08/ParthenonNight.jpg

Today’s MarcoWord (Filipino): Maligayang Pasko (Merry Christmas)

Today’s MarcoWord (Filipino): Maligayang Pasko. Merry Christmas. Maligayang Pasko! I don’t know about you, but I’m exhausted since we’ve just completed our Philippine tradition of 9 days of attending pre-dawn Mass.

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http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/c/cf/Parols_For_Sale.png

Today’s MarcoWord (Spanish): Feliz Navidad (Merry Christmas)

Today’s MarcoWord (Italian): Feliz Navidad. Merry Christmas. Feliz Navidad, Mr. Feliciano. Really? That gave you an idea for a song? I’m sure we’ll never get sick of hearing it played over and over!”

Today’s MarcoWord (Latin): Natale hilare et Annum Faustum (Merry Christmas)

Today’s MarcoWord (Italian): Natale hilare et Annum Faustum. Merry Christmas. Natale hilare et Annum Faustum, Centurions. By the way, who’s this Santa guy all the Gauls are talking about?”

MarcoWord (Irish): Nollaig Shona Dhuit (Merry Christmas)

Today’s MarcoWord (Irish): Hyvaa joulua. Merry Christmas. Nollaig Shona Dhuit, fellow Irish-speaking person.”

Today’s MarcoWord (Dutch): Vrolijk Kerstfeest (Merry Christmas)

Today’s MarcoWord (Dutch): Vrolijk Kerstfeest. Merry Christmas. Vrolijk Kerstfeest! Remember, no gifts today; Sinterklaas brought them to you on December 6, since that’s our tradition. “

Today’s MarcoWord (Italian): Tachino (Turkey)

Today’s MarcoWord (Italian): Tachino. (ta KEE no) Turkey. ” Dude, haven’t you had enough tachino? You’ve got stuffing all over your shirt.”

Today’s MarcoWord (Italian): Mercoledì (Wednesday)

Today’s MarcoWord (Italian): Mercoledì. (mehr ko lay DEE) Wednesday. Mercoledì is the day after Tuesday, silly rabbit.”

Today’s MarcoWord (Italian): Martedì (Tuesday)

Today’s MarcoWord (Italian): Martedì. (mar tay DEE) Tuesday. Martedì is named after Mars, god of chocolaty nougat candy bars.”

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Today’s MarcoWord (Italian): Subito (Right Away)

Today’s MarcoWord (Italian): Subito. (SUH bee to) Right away. “Hey, Marco, get off my foot subito !”

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