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Spanish holiday vocabulary

05 Aug, 2017 Popular Articles
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When you travel to a Spanish-speaking country, chances are that you may get an opportunity to have a closer look at the country's culture and participate in many fiestas, holidays, and celebrations. And in most of the Spanish-speaking countries, Easter is the most widely celebrated holiday, even bigger than Christmas. Below is a list of common Spanish holiday vocabulary that you need to know.

Spanish holiday vocabulary

Spanish holiday vocabulary

Spanish holiday vocabulary

  • Holiday - Fiesta
  • Holidays - Las fiestas
  • A public holiday - Un feriado
  • National holiday - Día de la nación
  • New Year - Año Nuevo
  • Easter - Pascuas/Semana Santa
  • Labor Day - Día del Trabajador
  • Christmas - La Navidad
  • Carnival - Carnival
  • Columbus Day - Fiesta Nacional de España
  • Bonfires of Saint John - Les Fogueres de Sant Joan
  • Assumption of Mary - Día de la Asunción
  • All Saints' Day - Día de Todos Santos
  • Valentine's Day - El día de San Valentín/Día de los Enamorados)
  • April Fool's Day - El día de los Inocentes
  • Passover - La Pascua de los hebreos
  • Mother's Day - Día de la Madre
  • Father's Day - Día del Padre
  • Memorial Day - el día de Comemoración de los Caídos
  • Independence Day - el día de la Independencia
  • Rosh Hashanah - Rosh Hashanah
  • Halloween - La noche de Brujas
  • Thanksgiving - el día de Acción de Gracias
  • Hanukkah - Hanukkah
  • The holiday spirit - el espíritu festivo
  • To go on holiday - irse de vacaciones

See also: Sports and activities in Spanish

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