What Do They Call Santa Claus in Ireland?

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Santa Claus is Santa Claus in English but his name is very different in Irish or Gaelic, the native language of Ireland. Santa Claus is San Nioclás (Saint Nicholas) or Daidí na Nollag which means Father Christmas.
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In Ireland, the Christmas gift-bringer is called Father Christmas or Daidí na Nollaig (in Gaelic).
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