Its Swedish, basically your "merry christmas" I guess.
You say "My God!" in Yoruba language of the Western African origin as "Oluwa o!".
it is god
Why have theologians claimed that human language about God works "analogically"? What does this mean, and how does it contrast with the usual way the language works?
To say the name Santa in the Swedish language you say Jultomten. The Italians call him Babbo Natale and the French call him Pere Noel.
That means "Merry Christmas" in Swedish........ Well tecnical we say God Jul for Merry Christmas Glad Jul is Danish and also used in Norway
"God Jul" is Merry Chistmas. Direct it is "Gledelig Jul", but everyone says "God Jul".
The way you say Merry Christmas in Norwegian is "God Jul"
Swedes, Norwegians, and Danes say "God Jul!" for "Merry Christmas!"
Gledelig Jul or God Jul God jul og godt nyttår
"Jul" , that's Christmas in Norwegian. If you want to say Merry Christmas you say "God jul".
God jul - 1999 is rated/received certificates of: Sweden:7
Norwegian: God Jul, or Gledelig JulSwedish: God Jul and (Och) Ett Gott Nytt Ã…rDanish: GlÃ¦delig Jul
In Norwegian: God Jul, or Gledelig Jul!In Danish: God jul, or Glaedelig Jul!In Swedish: God Jul!In Finnish: Hyvää Joulua!In Icelandic: Gleđileg jól!Source: About.com
"Glædelig jul" or "God jul". The first one is most formal.