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Explanation: The whole phrase would be 'khanuka same'akh'. You use the masculine form of 'happy' (female = smekha), since the implied noun is 'khag', i.e. festival: you can say 'khag khanuka same'akh', or without the 'khag': 'khanuka same'akh'.
By coincidence, all 3 words have the sound 'kh', pronounced like the Scottish 'ch' in 'loch' or the Hebrew/Yiddish 'chutzpah' (NOT like 'ch' in 'cheap').