No. the "mas" in Christmas comes from the word mass, which has no Hebrew equivalent.
The mas in Christmas stands for mass. The word Christmas is derived from the Latin word Christenmas which translates to Christian mass.
A shorter word for "Christmas"
NO, Christmas is a word. The word Christmas has two syllables Christ-mas
The word Christmas originated as a compound meaning "Christ's Mass". It is derived from the Middle English Christemasse and Old English Cristes mæsse, a phrase first recorded in 1038.
yes it does
Christ was born on Christ-mas and mas means month in spanish and the christ part i meant for month so it means "Christs' Month" The Holy day was celebrated with the Christ Mass which became abbreviated to Christmas.
The word Christmas contains two syllables: Christ-mas
The word Christmas has two syllables. Christ-mas.
"Christmas" is derived from the Old English "Cristes mæsse," or "Christ's festival." The "mas" is thus derived from the "festival."
The suffix -mas evolves from the Old English word maesse meaning festival, feast day or mass.
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Xmas or X-mas
Christ-mas has two syllables.
1. They want to shorten the word "Christmas", or 2. They do not want to acknowledge the "Christ" in Christmas because they find it offensive.
Because christ means jesus and it's jesus's birthday, and mas means birthday,and instead of saying christ mas we put it together into one word, called Christmas
1. The word Christ stems from the Middle and Old English word Crist meaning the anointed one, the Lord's Anointed. It is borrowed from the Latin Christus and from the Greek Christos also meaning the anointed one. The Greek is a translation of Hebrew mashiach meaning anointed of the Lord or Messiah. In the word Christmas, the suffix -mas evolves from the Old English word maesse meaning festival, feast day or mass.
That is a matter of perspective. To Christians, changing Christmas to X-mas or in any other way is like taking the meaning of Christmas away, which is the most important reason it should not be changed. To others, changing the word might not really matter.
mas is the translation of "worship".
X-mas is an abbreviation of Christmas. Christmas was not a big holiday in colonial times.
it short for christmas so you dont have to do the work of spelling it
It has no other common meaning because Xmas is the common abbreviation of the word Christmas.The "-mas" part is from the Latin-derived Old English word for Mass,while the "X" comes from the Greek letter Chi, which is the first letter of the Greek word Χριστός, translated as "Christ".There is a common misconception that the word Xmas stems from a secular attempt to remove the religious tradition from Christmas by taking the "Christ" out of "Christmas".