Either 'Chag sameach' or 'Chag Pesach sameach'.
You would reply with the same words, 'Chag Sameach' (×—×’ ×©×ž×—).
Most people say 'chag Pesach sameach' or 'chag sameach'.
chag sameach (×—×’ ×©×ž×—) is pronounced khahg sah-MEH-ahkh. The kh is a guttural sound.
the traditional greeting is Chag Sameach (?? ???).
Chag Sameach is happy holidays Lecha - is to you U'Lemishpacha Shelcha - your family Together it is: Chag Sameach Lecha U'Lemishpacha Shelcha
The traditional greeting is 'chag sameach' which means happy holiday. To be more specific for the holiday of Channukah you can say 'chag Channukah sameach'.
Happy Hanukkah or "Chag Sameach"
Chag sameach, chaverim!
"Happy Chanukah" or "Chag Chanukah Sameach"