Christmas is coming and if you are learning Italian, you may well wish to discover some Italian Christmas vocabulary to improve your Italian level and become even more fluent in Italian.
Italian Christmas vocabulary translated into English
This Christmas impress your friends and family by using some Italian words and phrases. And if you want to know more about Italian culture and traditions, you can read our post about Italian Christmas traditions or watch this video.
- gli addobbi natalizi = Christmas decorations
- l’albero di Natale = Christmas tree
- Babbo Natale = Santa Claus
- il biglietto di Natale = Christmas card
- le canzoni di Natale = Christmas carols
- la cena di Natale = Christmas dinner
- la messa di Natale = Christmas (church) service
- i regali di Natale = Christmas presents
- il presepe = Nativity scene
- l’elfo / il folletto = elf
- la ghirlanda = Christmas wreath
- il pupazzo di neve = snowman
- la renna = reindeer
- i Re Magi = the three wise kings
- lo spirito natalizio = the Christmas spirit
- la vigilia di Natale = Christmas Eve
- il vischio = mistletoe
- lo slittino = sledge
Christmas phrases in Italian
And now discover some Italian phrases that you can use during the Christmas season:
- È quasi Natale = Christmas is coming
- Buon Natale! = Merry Christmas!
- Buone feste! = Happy Holidays!
- Ti auguro un Natale pieno di felicità e amore = I wish you a Christmas full of joy and love
- Buon Natale a te e alla tua famiglia = I wish you and your family a Merry Christmas
Read the Italian Christmas words and phrases mentioned above and try to memorise them in order to expand your Italian vocabulary.
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Now, start learning some Italian Christmas vocabulary and… buon Natale!