The Portuguese equivalent of the English greeting 'Happy Christmas' is the following: Boas Festas; Feliz Natal; or Natal Alegre. The Portuguese pronunciation is the following: BOH-uhsh FEH-shtuhsh; FEH-lee ZNAH-tow*; and nah-TOW* ah-LEH-gree. The word-by-word translation is the following: 'boas' means 'good'; 'festas' 'celebrations' or 'feasts'; 'feliz' 'happy' but rendered as 'merry'; 'natal' 'Christmas'; 'alegre' 'happy'. The first and third greetings tend to be found in Brazil. The second greeting tends to be found in Portugal. *The sound is like the 'ow' in the English word 'how'.
in portuguese you say «feliz natal», in spanish «feliz navidad».
The correct way to say Happy Birthday to someone who speaks European Portuguese is as follows. Say "Feliz aniversario." That means Happy Birthday in Portuguese.
You say "feliz".
Feliz natal e um feliz ano novo.
"Feliz dia da mãe."
"Happy Anniversary" in Portuguese is "Feliz Aniversario", the same as in Spanish.
Americans say: "Merry Christmas" and people from England say: "Happy Christmas".
in Portuguese its like this: boa Natale e um Ano Feliza