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How Do You Say MERRY CHRISTMAS In Your Native Language by 360command: 3:57pm On Dec 24, 2012
how do you say MERRY CHRISTMAS in your native language?

Merry christmas- afishyia pa (twi-Ghana)

merry Christmas añuli ekeresimesi(Igbo-Nigeria)

I wish you all merry christmas...

lets get to know how MERRY CHRISTMAS is said in your language.

Thanks.
360command.
Re: How Do You Say MERRY CHRISTMAS In Your Native Language by Nobody: 4:11pm On Dec 24, 2012
lol I just say Merry X-Mas. grin
Re: How Do You Say MERRY CHRISTMAS In Your Native Language by Akshow: 5:01pm On Dec 24, 2012
akù odun keresimesi o. Aséyisamòdun o. Odun ayabo funwa o.
Re: How Do You Say MERRY CHRISTMAS In Your Native Language by odumchi: 5:07pm On Dec 24, 2012
Igbo - Krismas ańuri
Igbo - Inyi nwee kwa Krismas nke oma
Re: How Do You Say MERRY CHRISTMAS In Your Native Language by NRI PRIEST(m): 11:26pm On Dec 27, 2012
Omumu onye nwe anyi.

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