Since it is the direct translation of ‘I wish you a Merry Christmas’, Te deseo una feliz navidad is another common phrase that you can use to wish someone a Merry Christmas in Spanish. Some popular variations that you can use in place of these expressions include:
- I wish you peace and love this holiday season – I wish you peace and love this holiday season.
- I wish you the best this Christmas.
How to use Christmas in a sentence in Spanish
In addition to saying «Feliz Navidad» in Spanish, you may want to talk more generally about Christmas in conversation, for example, to discuss your plans or your experiences. Note that the word Christmas is usually singular, feminine, and begins with a capital N. The following are some examples of how it can be used in a sentence.
At Christmas | At Christmas/Christmas Day
The Italian charm just keeps on giving, and Christmas cards are no different. Surrounded by the beauty of presepi (nativity scenes), grand family dinners, a long month of inspiring celebrations, and the zampognari (piper players) in the south, you’re likely to get plenty of «Buon Natale.» (“Good Christmas!”) and “Buon anno!” (Good year!). An alternative to wishing someone a Happy New Year would be to use “Felice Anno Nuovo”.
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Greetings in Spanish to wish happiness to others
To go further with Christmas love, you can wish joy and happiness to those around you with the following phrases:
Best wishes for Christmas and New Years. Best wishes for Christmas and New Years.
Where you’ve probably heard this before:
- One of the most popular Christmas songs worldwide, Merry Christmas by José Feliciano
- 2020 Made for Film for television, Merry Christmas, starring Mario López and directed by Melissa Joan Hart
- The multitude of versions that have been adapted after José Feliciano’s hit, performed by artists such as Michael Bublé, Gwen Stefani, Kacey Musgraves and the Glee cast
With a few more words, this Christmas expression in Spanish conveys the same message as a simple Merry Christmas. Number 2, ‘Have a Merry Christmas’, translates directly to ‘I hope you have a Merry Christmas!’