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"Santa Claus" or "Father Christmas" is used in translation in many countries and languages:

  • Afghanistan – "Baba Chaghaloo"
  • Albania – "Babadimri"
  • Austria – "Weihnachtsmann" (not "Nikolaus", who is celebrated on 6 December) Note: The Christkind (Christ-child) is the traditional giftbringer in most parts of Austria.
  • Armenia – "Kaghand Papik" (Կաղանդ պապիկ)
  • Azerbaijan – "Shakhta baba" (Şaxta baba)
  • Bosnia and Herzegovina – "Deda Mraz"/"Деда Мраз" meaning Grand Father Frost(related with New Year's Eve)
  • Brazil – "Papai Noel"
  • Bulgaria – "Dyado Koleda" {Дядо Коледа), earlier "Dyado Mraz" (Дядо Мраз)
  • Canada – Santa Claus, Père Noël
  • Chile – "Viejito Pascuero"
  • China – "Shengdan laoren" (Traditional Chinese: 聖誕老人, Simplified Chinese: 圣诞老人, Cantonese: Sing Dan Lo Yan, literally "The Old Man of Christmas")
  • Cornish language – "Tas Nadelik"
  • Costa Rica – "Colacho" (from San Nicolás). Note: The Niño dios ("Child God", meaning Jesus) is the traditional giftbringer.
  • Croatia – "Djed Božićnjak", also "Djed Mraz"
  • Czech Republic – "Ježíšek", which means "Infant-Jesus", is the traditional giftbringer in Czech Republic.
  • Denmark – "Julemanden"
  • Ecuador – "Papa Noel"
  • Egypt – "Baba Noël"
  • England – "Father Christmas", "Santa Claus"
  • Estonia – "Jõuluvana"
  • Finland – Finnish: "Joulupukki", Swedish: "Julgubben"
  • France and French Canada – "Père Noël", "Papa Noël"
  • Germany – "Weihnachtsmann" (not "Nikolaus", who is celebrated on December 6). Note: The Christkind (Christ-child) is the traditional giftbringer in Southern Germany.
  • Greece / Cyprus – "Άγιος Βασίλης-Άyos Vasílis"
  • Hungary – "Mikulás" or "Télapó" ("Winter Father")
  • India – "Santa Claus"
  • Iran – "Baba Noel"
  • Iraq – "Baba Noel"
  • Iceland – "Jólasveinninn"
  • Indonesia – "Sinterklas"
  • Ireland – "Daidí na Nollag" (Gaeilge for Father Christmas); Santa Claus or Santy are commonly used in English
  • Italy – "Babbo Natale" (traditional giftbringers are "Gesù Bambino" (Child Jesus) on Christmas and/or Befana on December 6)
  • Japan – "サンタクロース" (Romaji: "Santakurōsu")
  • Korea – "산타 클로스" ("santa kullosu")
  • Latin – "Pater Natalis" or "Sanctus Nicholaus"
  • Latvia – "Ziemassvētku vecītis"
  • Lebanon – "Papa Noël"
  • Lithuania – "Kalėdų Senelis"
  • Macedonia – "Dedo Mraz" (Дедо Мраз)
  • Malta – "Christmas Father" , "Father Christmas" , "San Niklaw/San Nikola(Saint Nicholas)" , "Santa Klaws(Santa Claus)"
  • Mexico – "El Niñito Dios" ("Child God", meaning Jesus)
  • Mongolia – "Ovliin ovgon" ("Өвлийн өвгөн", which means Grandfather Winter and is associated mostly with New Year's Eve)
  • Netherlands and Flanders – "Kerstman" ("Christmas man")
  • Norway – "Julenissen"
  • Pakistan – "Christmas Baba"
  • Peru – "Papá Noel"
  • Philippines – "Santa Klaus"
  • Poland – "Święty Mikołaj", "Gwiazdor"
  • Portugal – "Pai Natal"
  • Romania – "Moş Gerilă"
  • Russia – "Ded Moroz" ("Дед Мороз", which means Grandfather Frost and is associated mostly with New Year's Eve)
  • Sápmi – "Juovlastállu"
  • Sardinia – "Babbu Nadale"
  • Scotland – "Daidaín na Nollaig" (Gaelic); "Father Christmas", "Santa (Claus)" (English)
  • Serbia – "Božić Bata" meaning Christmas Boy("Божић Бата"; related with Christmas), "Deda Mraz" meaning Grandpa Frost("Деда Мраз"; related with New Year's Eve)
  • Sri Lanka – "Naththal Seeya"
  • South Africa (Afrikaans) – "Vader Kersfees" or "Kersvader", “Father Christmas” or “Santa Claus”
  • Spain and some of Spanish-speaking Latin America – "Papá Noel" ("Daddy or Father Christmas") or "San Nicolás" or "Santa Claus". The gift bringers are the Three Kings on 6 January
  • Slovakia – "Ježiško"
  • Slovenia – "Božiček"
  • Sweden – "Jultomten"
  • Switzerland – "Samichlaus"
  • Turkey – "Noel Baba" (Note: In Turkey Noel Baba is related with New Year's Eve instead of Christmas.)
  • Turkmenistan – "Aýaz baba"
  • Ukraine – "Did Moroz" ("Дід Мороз")
  • United Kingdom – "Father Christmas" and, due the popularity of the term in the United States, "Santa Claus"
  • United States – Santa Claus
  • Uzbekistan – "Qor bobo" (Which means Grandfather Snow, and is related with New Year's Eve instead of Christmas.
  • Wales – "Siôn Corn" (Welsh); "Father Christmas" (English)

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