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Merry Christmas (to you)
It's 'Nollaig shona dhuit" and it mean "Merry Christmas to you".

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A good response is: "Nollaig Mhaith Chugat".

"Nollaig Shona Duit" means "Happy Christmas", while the response "Nollaig Mhaith Chugat" means "A good Christmas to you."

Please see the link for other Irish season's greetings.

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Irish Gaelic: Merry Christmas to you (to one person)otherwise

Nollaig Shona daoibh.

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