Merry Christmas and Happy New Year in Spanish

How to say “Merry Christmas and Happy New Year” in Spanish? How to pronounce “Merry Christmas” in Spanish? What are common Spanish expressions, words, and phrases used in this holiday? Keep reading to find out the answer for all of the questions above!

How to say Merry Christmas and Happy New Year in Spanish?

1. Merry Christmas = Feliz Navidad

This is the most common phrase used in Christmas holiday. It is the literal translation of “Merry Christmas” in English. It can be pronounced: /Feh-lees Nah-vee-dahd/ or /Feh-leeth Nah-vee-dahd/

Merry Christmas and Happy new year in Spanish

Feliz navidad

Note:

Write ““Feliz navidad” with a lowercase of “n” in “navidad” to wish someone a Merry Christmas.
Write “Feliz Navidad” with an uppercase of “N” in “Navidad” to wish someone a Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year. This refers to the season between December 24 and January 6.

2. Happy New Year = ¡Feliz Año Nuevo! / ¡Próspero Año Nuevo!

3. Other Spanish phrases, expressions, and wishes in Christmas holiday

With all my love, I wish you a Happy Christmas – Con mucho cariño, te deseo una Feliz Navidad

My best wishes for Christmas and the New Year – Mis mejores deseos para Navidad y Año Nuevo

I wish you lots of joy and happiness this holiday season – Te deseo mucha alegría y felicidad estas fiestas

I hope your dreams come true – Que se cumplan tus deseos/sueños

Lots of love to you and your family this Christmas – Mucho cariño para ti y tu familia esta Navidad

I hope you spend time with your family – Que lo pasen en familia.

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