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Categories: Epiphany (holiday), Christmastide, Articles with short description, Scottish folklore, Northumbrian folklore
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Christmastide  Yule  Yuletide  Christmas  Christmastime
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Period extending from Dec. 24 to Jan. 6 WordNet 3.0
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Period extending from Dec. 24 to Jan. 6 WordNet 3.0 & WordNet 2020
Christmastide is a season of the liturgical year in most Christian churches. Wikipedia
Yule or Yuletide is a festival historically observed by the Germanic peoples. Wikipedia
The part of the Christian liturgical year that runs from Christmas Day until either the feast of the Epiphany or the feast of the Baptism of the Lord Wikipedia Disambiguation
An ancient Germanic winter celebration Wikipedia Disambiguation
Christian liturgical period during Christmas Wikidata
The Christmas season, variously defined as the period from the Friday following Thanksgiving to Christmas Eve, or the end of the year period, when consumers shop and prepare for Christmas. Wiktionary
Christmastide, Yuletide; the Twelve Days of Christmas, starting on Christmas Day and ending on Epiphany, January 6. Wiktionary
The Twelve Days of Christmas; the period from Christmas Day to Epiphany. Wiktionary
A pagan wintertime holiday celebrated by Germanic peoples, particularly the Scandinavian and Anglo-Saxon peoples, or a modern reconstruction of this holiday celebrated by neo-pagans. Wiktionary
The period of celebration of a pre-Christian festival associated with the (northern) winter solstice, later absorbed into the festival of Christmas (but sometimes recreated by modern neo-pagans). Wiktionary
Period of celebration of a pre-Christian festival associated with the (northern) winter solstice. Wiktionary (translation)
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The last three Christmases have been good for retailers. Wiktionary
Christmas shoppers spent less this December, than last year, but our store will probably see just as many returned items during the twelve days of Christmas. Wiktionary