Swedish people are generally called 'Swedes'. I go to Sweden about 3 times a year, I'm from there and everyone here in the UK call me a Swede (:
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Christmas is jul in Swedish.
In nordic countries presents are given in the evening on dec. 24th instead of the morning on the 25th.
The German word for Christmas is Weihnachten
It's called Julafton! ^_^
Christmas = Jul
It's "glad" or "trevlig" but when you say "Merry christmas" you say "God jul" in swedish! The word "God" is "Good".
Its Swedish, basically your "merry christmas" I guess.
http://text-to-speech.imtranslator.net/default.asp dictionary at the top
That means "Merry Christmas" in Swedish........ Well tecnical we say God Jul for Merry Christmas Glad Jul is Danish and also used in Norway
Gud jul means "merry christmas" in Norwegian, Swedish and probably Danish as well.
Just as in your question !They tend to say "Happy Christmas" instead of "Merry".Merry Christmas
Merry Merry Merry Frickin' Christmas was created in 2004.
merry Christmas= Christmas aashamsakal