Słownictwo świąteczne - Boże Narodzenie (Christmas)

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słownictwo świąteczne Christmas Vocabulary

English Polish Explanation
advent przybycie the arrival of someone or something important
Advent adwent the coming (or second coming) of Jesus Christ; the month leading up to Christmas
angel anioł a spiritual being acting as a messenger of God (usually shown as a human being with wings)
berry jagoda a small round fruit
Bethlehem Betlejem the small town in the Middle East believed to be the birthplace of Jesus Christ
candle świeca a cylinder of wax with a central wick (like string) which burns to produce light
chimney komin a vertical pipe in a house that allows smoke and gases to escape from a fireplace (Father Christmas traditionally enters a house through its chimney)
Christ Chrystus the title of Jesus (also used as His name)
Christian chrześcijanin a person who believes in Christianity; also an adjective
Christianity chrześcijaństwo the religion based on the teachings and person of Jesus Christ
Christmas Boże Narodzenie the annual Christian festival celebrating the birth of Jesus Christ (Christmas Day is on 25 December)
Christmas cake Wigilijne ciasto a rich fruit cake covered with white icing, eaten at Christmas
Christmas card Kartka świąteczna a greetings card that people send to friends and family at Christmas
Christmas carol kolęda a religious song or popular hymn that people sing at Christmas
Christmas Day Boże Narodzenie 25 December, the birthday of Jesus Christ
Christmas Eve Wigilia the evening or day before Christmas Day (24 December)
Christmas holidays święta Bożego Narodzenia the holiday period for about a week before and after Christmas Day
Christmas present Świąteczny prezent a gift or present given at Christmas
Christmas tree choinka an evergreen tree (often a spruce) that people decorate with lights and ornaments at Christmas
cracker krakers a decorated paper tube that makes a sharp noise ("crack!") and releases a small toy when two people pull it apart
creche złóbek; złobek a modeled representation of Mary, Joseph, and others around the crib of Jesus in the stable at Bethlehem
decoration dekoracja something that adds beauty; ornament
eggnog napój jajeczny z alkoholem a traditional Christmas drink made of alcohol with beaten eggs and milk
Father Christmas Gwiazdor an imaginary being who brings presents for children on the night before Christmas Day (also known as Santa Claus) - traditionally an old man with a red suit and white beard
fireplace kominek a partly enclosed space in a house where people light a fire for warmth
frankincense kadzidło a gum used for incense, one of the gifts that the three wise men gave to Jesus
gold złoto a yellow precious metal, one of the gifts that the three wise men gave to Jesus
hay siano grass, clover, etc., cut and dried for use as forage.
holly ostrokrzew an evergreen plant with prickly dark green leaves and red berries
Jesus Jezus the name of Christ, the central figure of Christianity (believed by Christians to be the Son of God)
magi (magus) Mędrcy (Mędrzec) the wise men from the East who brought gifts for the baby Jesus
manger żłób a trough for food for horses or cattle (used by Mary as a cradle or bed for Jesus)
Mary Maryja the mother of Jesus
mistletoe jemioła a parasitic plant with white berries, traditionally used as a Christmas decoration
myrrh mirra a gum used for perfume or incense, one of the gifts that the three wise men gave to Jesus
nativity narodziny the birth of a person
the Nativity narodzenie Chrystusa the birth of Jesus Christ
nativity play Jasełka a play that people perform at Christmas based on the birth of Jesus
new year nowy rok the start of a year; the period just before and after 1 January
New Year's Day Nowy Rok 1 January
New Year's Eve Sylwester 31 December
ornament ornament an object that adds beauty to something; a decoration
present prezent a thing given to somebody as a gift.
reindeer renifer a deer with large antlers found in some cold climates (believed to pull the sleigh for Santa Claus or Father Christmas)
Santa Claus Święty Mikołaj an imaginary being who brings presents for children on the night before Christmas Day (also known as Father Christmas) - traditionally an old man with a red suit and white beard (Santa Claus may be based in part on the historical figure of Saint Nicholas.)
shepherd pasterz a person who looks after sheep
sleigh sanie a sledge or light cart on runners pulled by horses or reindeer over snow and ice
snow śnieg water vapour from the sky that falls as white flakes and covers the ground
star gwiazda a bright point in the night sky which is a large, distant incandescent body like the sun
the star of Bethlehem Gwiazda Betlejemska the star that announced the birth of Jesus and guided the wise men to find Him
tinsel blichtr a decoration consisting of thin strips of shiny metal foil, traditionally used at Christmas
turkey indyk a bird like a large chicken, traditionally eaten at Christmas
white Christmas białe Boże Narodzenie a Christmas with snow on the ground
wrapping paper papier ozdobny paper used for wrapping packages, parcels, gifts, etc.
Xmas boże Narodzenie (skrót) abbreviation or informal term for Christmas


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