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Merry Christmas

Lithuanian translation: Linksmų Kalėdų, linksmų šventų / šv. Kalėdų

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English term or phrase:Merry Christmas
Lithuanian translation:Linksmų Kalėdų, linksmų šventų / šv. Kalėdų
Entered by: Kristina Radziulyte
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20:45 Aug 16, 2000
English to Lithuanian translations [Non-PRO]
General / Conversation / Greetings / Letters
English term or phrase: Merry Christmas
Please provide the customary Christmas greeting, whether that may be "Merry Christmas," "Happy Christmas," or something else. Thank you!
Chris Morehouse
Linksmu Kaledu!
Explanation:
The "u" has a "tail" underneath. The "e" has a dot above it. You may find those symbols in the Symbols Table of the Word.
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xxxNelly
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Linksmu Kaledu!


Explanation:
The "u" has a "tail" underneath. The "e" has a dot above it. You may find those symbols in the Symbols Table of the Word.

xxxNelly
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Mar 15, 2010 - Changes made by Kristina Radziulyte:
FieldArt/Literary » Other
Field (specific)(none) » General / Conversation / Greetings / Letters
Mar 15, 2010 - Changes made by Kristina Radziulyte:
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