Santa Claus born in Finland
Basically, the truth is he isn't real. He's like the Easter bunny or the Tooth fairy; it gives children something to believe in.
Santa will only come once the children of the house are asleep.
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In Mexican Spanish, Santa Claus is commonly referred to as "Santa Claus" or simply "Santa". However, Mexico also has its own unique Christmas figure called "El Niño Dios" or "Niño Jesús" (Baby Jesus), who is a central figure in Mexican Christmas traditions. Both Santa Claus and El Niño Dios are celebrated and revered during the holiday season in Mexico.
"Look, Santa! It's time to deliver presents to all the children!"
Santa typically delivers presents in England on the night of December 24th, as he does in most countries. However, the exact time can vary depending on his schedule and the local traditions of each family. Children are usually encouraged to go to bed early so that Santa can visit while they are asleep.
Santa carries a pack filled with toys, gifts, and treats for children all around the world.
The song "Christmas Carol" was written by Tom Lehrer, an American singer-songwriter, satirist, and mathematician. It was released in 1959 as part of his album "An Evening Wasted with Tom Lehrer." The song tells the story of Christmas Carol, an orphan who gets adopted by a man pretending to be Santa Claus.
Santa Claus has been spotted in various places around the world during holiday parades, mall visits, and community events. However, it is important to remember that Santa Claus is a fictional character, and these sightings are usually actors or volunteers dressed as Santa Claus to spread holiday cheer.
There is no definitive answer as Santa Claus is a fictional character and does not have personal preferences for food. However, some might say that Santa enjoys traditional Mexican dishes like tamales or enchiladas.
Santa does not have a set arrival time in different locations, as he is a fictional character associated with Christmas. However, many communities have events where a person dressed as Santa Claus arrives to meet children and spread holiday cheer. You may want to check with local community organizations or event calendars to see if there are any Santa arrival events scheduled in Taylorsville, Utah.
Santa Claus is said to live at the North Pole, a fictional location. While there is no actual map to the North Pole as it is not a specific point on land, you can find illustrations and depictions of the North Pole in various children's books and holiday decorations.
Santa Claus is called "Sint Clas''
The German name for Santa Claus is der Weihnachtsman. Unlike the UK and US, he is not connected to Saint Nicholas, whose feast day is celebrated in Germany on 6 December.
Der Weihnachtsmann came about in Germany through exposure to foreign culture, mainly the UK and US. Traditionally presents are brought on Christmas Eve by the Christkind (Christ Child)
Ded Moroz, "Father Frost". Дед Мороз.
Santa Claus is the prototype of Saint Nicholas, as I know, which have been transformed to Christmas personage by society and commercial.
In Russia we have got the same winter personage called "Ded Moroz" who is very close to Santa Claus - with the same white beard, red caftan and the mission of the man who brings presents for everyone
The translation of Ded Moroz into English sounds as "Grandfather Frost".
The roots of "Grandfather Frost" personage stems not from some of saint people, as I know, but from heathen (pagan) personage (maybe somebody like "God of winter" or "God of frost") from deep deep past.
It comes with presents not at 25 of December but at night from 31 of December to 1 of January, when new year comes.
The Christmas - 7 January (in Orthodoxy) = 25 December + 13 days because of Julian calendar is the pure religion holiday in Russia :-)
Christmas Eve - (der) Heilige Abend, (der) Heiligabend
That the Italian name follows the tradition of calling the December gift-bearer "Father Christmas" instead of "Saint Claus" is the reason why Italian language speakers call Santa Claus Babbo Natale.
Specifically, the end-of-the-year holiday visitor can be linked historically to Saint Nicholas (San Nicola). Saint Nicholas died December 6, 343. He left a legacy of kindness of children, sailors (who experience such peril while trying to explore Planet Earth and keep others fed), and vulnerable people.
The name Santa Claus comes from the Dutch nickname Sinterklaas ("Saint Nick") for de heilige Nicolaas ("Saint Nicholas"). The equivalent is Italian is San Cola, which is not used. The pronunciation would be "sahn KO-la."
The pronunciation will be "BAB-bo na-TA-ley" in Italian.
Santa addresses them by name in the poem saying: “Now, Dasher! now, Dancer! now Prancer and Vixen! On, Comet! on, Cupid! on, Donder and Blixen! To the top of the porch! to the top of the wall! Now dash away! dash away! dash away all”
His dog, Max
Yes Dancer and Prancer. Their mother loved plays and of course named them after some dance moves.
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