Christmas Trivia and Answers

Ready for Christmas? Bring your Christmas spirit to the table with Christmas trivia! Everyone knows the classic Christmas songs and movies, now you can put your skills to the test.

Challenge yourself with a Christmas Trivia Quiz!

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According to a famous Polish legend, which creature made a blanket to keep baby Jesus warm?

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Answer: A spider
According to a Polish legend, a spider wove a blanket for the baby Jesus shortly after his birth. Owing to this, many Polish people have great reverence for the spider.

Easy

What do people traditionally do in observance of Christmas?

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Answer: Give gifts
The Christmas holiday is known for its gift-giving spirit.

Easy

What is Santa Claus's preferred vehicle to make his Christmas rounds?

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Answer: Sleigh
Santa gets around in a flying sleigh.

Easy

Which Biblical figure does Christmas celebrate the birthday of?

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Answer: Jesus Christ
Christmas is a holiday based on celebrating the birth of Jesus Christ.

Easy

How does Santa Claus enter the homes of children?

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Answer: Through the chimney
Santa Claus is said to descend down chimneys into homes.

Easy

What is the venue where tradition says the birth of Jesus took place?

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Answer: Manger
Jesus is said to have been born in a manger.

Easy

What is the day before Christmas known as?

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Answer: Christmas Eve
The day before Christmas is usually called "Christmas Eve".

Easy

What is the name given to the secular holiday that is celebrated a day after Christmas?

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Answer: Boxing Day
Boxing Day is a holiday that is observed a day after Christmas (December 26). In certain countries in the world, Boxing Day is observed as a Second Christmas Day.

Hard

What does the "X" in "Xmas" stand for?

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Answer: Christ
The "X" in Xmas is derived from the Greek letter "chi". "Chi" is the first letter of the word "Χριστός", which is the Greek version of the English word "Christ".

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Which holiday comes about a week after Christmas?

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Answer: New Year's Day
New Year's Day, held on January 1st, is a week after Christmas.



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