What is the Kwanzaa word 'nadia' in English?

The word may come from an Arabic word meaning "caller" or "announcer."

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Do French people celebrate bonfire night?

No, there is no Guy Fawkes' night in France. This is a British thing. But there was a folklore tradition, now out of date, to celebrate the summer solstice with bonfires, which were called 'les feux de la Saint-Jean' (being held on Saint-John's night)

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Do the French celebrate Halloween?

In France Halloween is not a traditional French holiday, but it becomes more popular every year. many companies use Halloween based images on their products which encourage the French too enjoy it more and more.

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What does dia mean in English?

it means "day" hope it helped!!

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How do you say 'trick or treat' in French?

Trick or treat in French is friandises ou bêtises.

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How do you spell jack-o'-lantern in french?

Jack-o-lantern in french is= Un feu follet (By Me :P) There isn't a difference in the spelling between each languages. English: Jack O'Lantern French: Jack O'Lantern

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What dates are significant to the french?

Obviously all the public holidays are important for practical reasons, and some historical dates taught in school that are learned by heart. For instance, ask any French child or adult "1515?" and they will answer "Marignan!" (the French victory at the Marignano battlefield during the Italian wars).

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How do the French celebrate Halloween?

The 1stNovember is a day off in France since a long long long time (a religious heritage). But "celebrating" Halloween is very new and very very very commercial, nothing to see with our culture. We have always heard about the American Halloween and the marketing staffs have done all what is neces...

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