Have fun this Christmas by listing all the words that begin with E. This list can help you write letters, make fun crafts, and help with Christmas-themed writing assignments. Enjoy this holiday season by making fun word and letter games and other creative activities. Use this list of Christmas words starting with the letter E to help your holiday fun planning.
List of Christmas Words That Start With E
Here’s a list of Christmas words that start with the letter E, including their meanings:
Having enthusiasm or desire for something, someone, or a special day to arrive, such as being excited for Christmas Day.
Example: The children had difficulty sleeping because they were eagerly awaiting the arrival of Santa Claus.
Something that has happened before something else or sooner than it is expected time, such as a ham being fully cooked sooner than expected.
Example: We were full upon arriving at our parent’s home because we had eaten earlier when we saw our friends for Christmas.
The act of putting food in the mouth for consumption, such as eating a holiday dinner.
Example: Everyone at Christmas dinner was having fun eating, and no one noticed the dog took off with the drumstick.
The protagonist in Charles Dickens’s novella A Christmas Carol.
Example: Ebenezer Scrooge is the one character everyone starts hating initially but falls in love with by the end of the story.
An item that is suitable to be eaten, such as Christmas Day dinner.
Example: Though she was a horrific cook, Janice’s Christmas Dinner was relatively edible and delicious.
Working in a well-organized manner, making it possible to get a lot done, such as how well the elves work to get Santa’s presents ready for delivery on Christmas Eve.
Example: This year, I was so efficient with wrapping Christmas presents; I was able to get everything wrapped and ready to go earlier than I thought I would.
A state of being bright and radiant or full of brilliance, such as the bright lights of the Christmas tree.
Example: The effulgence of the town’s square from the many lights on the Christmas tree, we almost didn’t need the street lights to find our way home.
A traditional Christmas beverage made from eggs, spices, and cream. Some variations of the recipe may include alcohol as an ingredient.
Example: Every year, we have eggnog when putting up our Christmas decorations.
A power source that is used to provide electricity to a home and operate items, such as an electric train or car.
Example: Set around the Christmas tree was a small electric train that continued to run as we exchanged presents.
A person who is trained and experienced in correcting electrical issues.
Example: Dad put so many lights up on the outside of the house that when he turned them on, he blew the breaker, requiring us to call an electrician.
A small mythical creature with pointed ears is often thought to be playful and mischievous, such as Santa’s little helpers.
Example: It was not uncommon to see an elf by Santa’s side as he prepared for Christmas Eve.
The plural of Elf is about tiny creatures living at the North Pole and helping Santa.
Example: The elves were frantically preparing the presents for Santa to drop off for all the good boys and girls.
Doing something gracefully and stylishly, such as dressing for a formal Christmas party.
Example: Judy was elegantly dressed and ready to attend her husband’s company Christmas party.
To be in a state of euphoria, such as excited for the holiday season to arrive finally.
Example: The children’s elation filled the air when they saw all the Christmas presents left under the tree.
Raise or lift something to a higher level, such as elevating a child to put a star on the Christmas tree.
Example: My brother was getting too big that we had to use a step ladder to help elevate him high enough to put the star on the Christmas tree because dad could no longer lift him.
Another word for Jesus Christ, primarily as the Messiah and often used to reference “God is with us.”
Example: References to Emmanuel were used in the Book of Matthew and are often references to Jesus and knowing God is watching over us, especially during the Christmas season.
Holding someone tight in your arms for a hug and expressing your love for another person.
Example: The little girl was so excited to see her Grandmother on Christmas that she held her in a tight embrace and didn’t want to let go.
Sending out a sound or light waves, such as the light produced by candles burned during Christmas celebrations.
Example: The Christmas tree had so many lights on it, it was emitting a glow so bright we could see it on the outskirts of town.
Someone or something that arouses intense feelings, such as being happy or sad about the holiday season.
Example: Mom was very emotional this Christmas because it was the first year her children were not coming home for the holidays.
Inspiring love and affection, such as a loveable or adorable puppy.
Example: The little girl had giant brown eyes that teared up when she saw her endearing puppy waiting for her under the Christmas tree.
The act of providing amusement or enjoyment for others, such as singing or dancing at a holiday gathering.
Example: The elves at the Christmas tree lighting were so entertaining we laughed so hard we forgot it was freezing outside.
Being in a state of having fun and feeling content, especially when in the company of others, such as during a holiday gathering.
Example: The enjoyment we experienced during the Christmas party was far more than we thought we would. In fact, we thought it would be boring, and we would leave early; instead, we stayed until the end.
Being powerfully pleasing and delightful, such as being pleasant and appealing.
Example: Mrs. Claus was absolutely enchanting that the elves would stare in amazement, and Santa blushed every time he saw her.
To give someone spiritual knowledge or insight, such as offering insight into the true meaning of Christmas.
Example: I had such an enlightening experience at Midnight Mass that I cannot wait to return to church next Sunday.
To give someone a noble rank or title, such as the Three Kings at Jesus’s birth were ennobled when given their status.
Example: We needed someone in charge of handing out Christmas presents, but when we asked Joey to do it, by his attitude, you would have thought he was ennobled to become king.
Very large in size or quantity, such as a giant Christmas tree.
Example: With such an enormous package under the Christmas tree, Jane was sure she was getting a bicycle.
The feeling when you have a strong emotion or excitement for someone or something.
Example: When Bobby woke up on Christmas Day morning, he enthusiastically ran down the stairs to start opening all the presents left for him by Santa Claus.
An activity or event that is used to attract someone by making an offer, such as offering Santa cookies to get him to leave presents for the kids.
Example: The cakes baked for Christmas Day dessert were so enticing, the kids could not help themselves, and they had to sneak in tiny fingers full of frosting from the back of the cakes hoping no one would notice.
An opening, such as a door or gate, allows access to a place, such as the entrance to a church.
Example: We added lights and wreaths to the entrance of our home, which helped make it feel like Christmas is coming.
To install someone, such as a monarch, on the throne, during a ceremony to mark the beginning of their rule.
Example: Jack was enthroned with the responsibility of protecting the dinner table from the dogs before we sat down for Christmas dinner.
Typically a long poem, it can also signify something is terrific or a once-in-a-lifetime experience.
Example: Dad’s Christmas Day toast at dinner was epic, and we thought it was terrific; we thought it would never end.
Having an illuminating discovery almost like an ah-ha moment and often happens when kids realize their parents are Santa.
Example: It was Christmas Day morning, and the roads were covered in snow when I finally had an epiphany about where we will go next year for Christmas – Hawaii.
To roughly calculate how much something is needed or how much something will cost, such as estimating how much money you can spend on Christmas presents.
Example: Mom estimated how much food we needed for Christmas dinner, but she may have overestimated because we had too many leftovers.
A special occasion or occurrence of something noteworthy, such as a Christmas craft event.
Example: This weekend is the town’s annual Christmas day event, featuring carolers, hot cocoa, and visits with Santa Claus.
A common word referring to the foliage that acts as a functional greenery for the Christmas season.
Example: This year, we are getting a real evergreen tree and wreath to hang on our front door for Christmas.
Often used to refer to the day before a particular day or occasion, such as the night before Christmas.
Example: Every year, our parents give us the presents they bought for us on Christmas Eve, and we get all the gifts from Santa Claus on Christmas morning.
Something that is in all places or directions, such as on Christmas day morning, having presents scattered everywhere.
Example: While decorating cookies for Santa, I tripped and dropped the flour, and white powder went everywhere in the kitchen.
The act of holding someone or something in high regard, such as how the kids look up to Santa Claus.
Example: The Christmas party will continue to celebrate and exalt the belief in Santa Claus.
To glorify something or make it grander than it is.
Example: The way the town’s tree was decorated made an exalting impression, especially when you stood at the base while looking up at the star.
Something or someone that is extremely good or outstanding, such as an excellent Christmas dinner.
Example: Mom did an excellent job decorating our home for Christmas, and we cannot wait for the Christmas festivities to begin.
The act of giving something to another person and receiving something in return, such as trading Christmas presents.
Example: This year, we decided to do a Secret Santa event instead of everyone exchanging Christmas presents.
The moment when a person experiences a heightened state of enthusiasm and energy, such as how kids feel when they visit Santa Claus.
Example: The excitement in the house was overwhelming as the kids jumped for joy when they saw their grandparents come to visit on Christmas Day.
The act of sharing thoughts through words or gestures can be used to refer to a locomotive train, such as the Polar Express.
Example: The kids could hardly control their emotions when they saw Santa Claus, and they all expressed their feelings with cheers and claps.
The act of actively and effectively conveying a thought or feeling, incredibly when cheerful and very animated in physical actions.
Example: The child’s face was so expressive that it was apparent she was excited to see all the Christmas presents under the tree.
Extol or Extoll
To praise enthusiastically, such as celebrating someone’s job well done, including cooking an excellent Christmas dinner.
Example: He extolled his wife’s cooking and could not wait until it was time to sit down and enjoy Christmas dinner finally.
Very enthusiastic and joyously unrestrained, such as having an existing attitude about the holiday season.
Example: Everyone’s joyful exuberance in town was a sure sign the Christmas season was finally upon us.
Christmas Words From A-Z
Here’s each list of Christmas words from the letters A to Z: