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merry

adjective  /ˈmer·i/ us  
happy or showing enjoymentMerry Christmas You say Merry Christmas to wish people a happy time at Christmas.
Translations of “merry”
in Korean 행복한, 기쁜…
in Arabic مَرِح…
in French joyeux, pompette…
in Turkish mutlu, şen, neşeli…
in Italian allegro…
in Chinese (Traditional) 快樂的, 愉快的,快樂的,興高采烈的…
in Russian веселый…
in Polish wesoły…
in Spanish alegre, achispado…
in Portuguese alegre…
in German lustig, angeheitert…
in Catalan alegre, feliç…
in Japanese 陽気な…
in Chinese (Simplified) 快乐的, 愉快的,快乐的,兴高采烈的…
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