crunchy jazz (lemur_man) wrote in linguaphiles,
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'Happy Holidays' + 'miracle'

I'm looking for translations of the phrase 'Happy Holidays' (no specific reference to Christmas or other holidays, but something appropriate for the end of the year) and the word 'miracle' in

Arabic
Chinese
Hebrew
Irish
Japanese
Tamil

in the proper scripts, with the proper diacritics, etc.

Any help appreciated. Thanks!

Edit 1: I'm looking for secular/non-denominational greetings, if they exist. If they don't exist in a given language, I'm not going to use an unidiomatic or possibly confusing translation.

Edit 2: If a translation of Season's Greetings ends up being more idiomatic in the target language, that could be used as well.
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