As December 25th approaches, we've found ourselves saying "Merry Christmas" to everyone from our grocery store cashier
to our family members. But have you ever stopped to wonder where the phrase "Merry Christmas" comes from? In a world
where it's normal to say "Happy Easter" and "Happy Birthday," the "merry" in "Merry Christmas" is unique.
Furthermore, happy, which came from the word "hap," meaning luck or chance implies good-fortune. Meanwhile, "merry"
implies a more active showing of happiness—which you might think of as merry-making.
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