Christmas is a time to enjoy excellent meals with friends and family, reflect on the year, exchange presents, and enjoy fun holiday-themed activities. Having a list of unique words related to Christmas can help you create fun, unique games, activities, and crafts to enjoy together. To help you, we have compiled a comprehensive list of Christmas words beginning with the letter W.
List of Christmas Words That Start With W
Here’s a list of Christmas words that start with the letter W, including their meanings:
Doing something in an amusing way that is considered to be slightly odd, strange, or peculiar.
Example: When my cousins get together for Christmas, we get all wacky and have fun celebrating the holidays and enjoying time with each other.
Staying in one place or delaying action until a specific time or event occurs.
Example: I have been waiting for Christmas Day to arrive, so I could host my first dinner with friends and family.
The seed of a deciduous tree that is large, wrinkled, and edible, with two halves containing a green fruit within a hard shell. Also, a tall tree that produces an edible seed with compound leaves is often used to make ornamental timber for cabinet making or gunstocks.
Example: Dad loves having a nut basket on the living room coffee table to snack on the large walnuts mom found at a local farmer’s market before Christmas.
The act of having or showing an expression of kindness, enthusiasm, or affection, or the act of being able to make something warm.
Example: After our Christmas Day snowmobile run, I returned home and stamped my feet to help remove the snow from my boots.
The act or feeling of enthusiasm, kindness, or affection.
Example: The fireplace is where everyone gathers on Christmas Eve to open presents, share stories, and feel the warmth of the fire.
The act of traveling aimlessly from one location to another.
Example: Once our community put up all its Christmas decorations, I would find myself wandering the different neighborhoods to enjoy the beautiful lights and creative decorations.
Lacking something, someone, or quality, and desire to have it.
Example: Every year, our kids would visit Santa and tell him they have been wanting a puppy. This year for Christmas, they are finally getting their wish granted.
Something or someone cleaned with water aided with soap or detergent, or to carry something or someone using flowing water in a particular direction.
Example: Mom was so busy getting things ready for Christmas dinner that she asked me to help, and I washed and peeled the potatoes so they could be mashed.
A spiced ale or mulled wine which is often drunk during holiday celebrations, such as Twelfth Night and Christmas.
Example: Everyone in my family enjoys sipping on wassail, but I could not seem to enjoy it when I tried it.
To look at something or someone observing attentively over a set period, or to exercise care or caution when doing something. Also means a small timepiece typically worn on a strap on a person’s wrist.
Example: Though tired, on Christmas morning, mom and dad woke up early so they could watch us open our presents from Santa Claus.
The act of watching or observing someone or something in an alert and vigilant manner.
Example: My little brother wanted to prove that Santa Claus was real, so on Christmas Eve, he stayed up and kept a watchful eye on our fireplace and tree. But after midnight, he fell sound asleep and missed seeing Santa.
A written guarantee is issued to the purchaser of an item that promises repair or replacement within a set period if necessary.
Example: When dad bought the snowmobiles for the family for Christmas, he ensured they all had a warranty, and if anything happened, we could get them fixed or receive a replacement.
A marriage ceremony that is often associated with special occasions and celebrations.
Example: Julie always wanted a wedding during Christmas, so when she got engaged, she started planning the event the weekend before Christmas Day.
A manner of greeting someone or an act used to greet someone in a happy or friendly manner.
Example: Mom and dad always welcome guests into our home on Christmas Day for dinner and a time to enjoy the company of friends and family.
The act of being polite or friendly when a guest comes to visit, or there is a new arrival.
Example: Though I knew he was upset, my cousin was very welcoming when we visited my aunt’s home on Christmas Day.
The act of being greeted or reviewed with approval.
Example: Santa’s visit was well-received by all the children visiting the library on his arrival for a Christmas-themed storytime.
The act of being playful and fanciful, especially in an amusing way, or acting erratically.
Example: I have always had a whimsical attitude, but mom asked me to behave when we visited family for Christmas dinner.
To speak softly using one’s breath without using the vocal cords is often used for privacy.
Example: Sandra didn’t want others to know what she wanted for Christmas, so she started whispering into Santa’s ear, telling him what she wanted.
The color of fresh snow that is caused by the reflection of all visible rays of light.
Example: The white snow started falling early in the morning, and by the afternoon, it was time for us to go for our annual Christmas Day snowmobile run.
Enjoying a Christmas with fresh falling snow or snow-covered ground; also a popular holiday movie starring Bing Crosby, Danny Kaye, Rosemary Clooney, and Vera-Ellen.
Example: I have always wanted to enjoy a white Christmas, but living in Hawaii makes it impossible unless I visit the mountains or other snowy areas for the holidays.
The act of showing complete sincerity or commitment to someone or something.
Example: Santa Claus had the wholehearted support of Mrs. Claus and the elves when it came to getting ready for his Christmas Even run.
The suggestion that a person is of good health or physical well-being.
Example: My uncle is very wholesome and is always a welcome addition to our Christmas Day festivities.
Being complete, entire, or whole.
Example: We lost our Christmas Day dinner when the dog took his chance to wholly take the turkey from the counter and run away to hide with it.
The location where the famous Dr. Seuss Christmas story – “How the Grinch Stole Christmas!” takes place. It is also the location for the story “Horton Hears a Who!”
Example: I always thought it would be fun to live in Whoville. They all seemed so happy regardless of how bad their Christmas morning may have started.
The natural movement of the air, especially when there is a current blowing from a particular direction.
Example: The winter storm was rolling in, and we could feel the chill in the wind as it blew through the air.
A piece of unexpected good fortune that typically involves receiving a large sum of money or financial gain.
Example: When our kids woke up on Christmas morning, they had what they believed to be a windfall of luck because of the many presents underneath the tree.
To act of being ready, prepared, and eager to do something.
Example: Though it was freezing outside, dad was still willing to stand out and watch the kids play in the snow Christmas morning.
Having complete control to do something or to restrain from a person’s desired impulses.
Example: The dessert table grandma put together for Christmas dinner looked so delicious I started questioning my willpower to stay away from it and wait for dinner.
An adult beverage made from fermented grapes.
Example: We were excited to visit our friends for Christmas to enjoy time together, share stories, eat dinner, and sip some wine.
Of the four seasons, this is the coldest of the year in the regions of the Northern Hemisphere and runs from December through February—however, those in the Southern Hemisphere experience winter from June to August.
Example: This year’s winter weather is freezing, and if it does not warm up a little, we might have to sit inside on Christmas day, sipping hot cocoa while staying warm in front of the fireplace.
A term used in literature for wintertime.
Example: For English class, we had to find a way to use the term wintertide in a sentence, and I am struggling to develop a way. So hopefully, I can complete the essay before Christmas and winter break from school to enjoy the snow and wintertide.
The season when it is considered to be winter.
Example: Wow! This year flew by so fast; before we knew it, it was wintertime, and Christmas Day would be here in a few days.
Something that has the characteristic of winter, especially in feeling or looking bleak or very cold.
Example: Every year, we love walking down the wintry streets of our community and looking at all the Christmas lights and decorations.
The act of having or showing experience, good judgment, or knowledge about a person, place, or thing.
Example: A wise older man once told me it was necessary to enjoy time with friends and family, which is why I always look forward to our Christmas celebrations.
Feeling or expressing strong desire or hope for something to happen that is not easily accessible or attainable, or the act of wanting something that you cannot or probably will not have.
Example: The one Christmas wish I have this year is that it snows, but not so much that we cannot drive to my grandparent’s house for dinner.
The feeling or expression of a strong desire or hope for multiple things to happen that cannot or most likely will not occur.
Example: My little sister has so many wishes for Christmas she will be sitting on Santa’s lap forever. Boy, that line at the mall is going to be long.
The act of feeling or expressing the desire to do something or silently desiring to receive something you want to have or happen.
Example: Mom and dad were wishing everyone to have a Merry Christmas as they were leaving our home after dinner.
Being able to relate seemingly disparate things to amuse others or clever humor.
Example: My uncle’s witt makes for a fun Christmas gathering because he always has something funny to say about every gift opened.
Adult female human beings, sometimes a group or females associated with a particular activity, occupation, organization, or place.
Example: Every year, the women in our family get together to plan where we will go on vacation to celebrate Christmas.
The feeling of amazement or admiration which is caused by something unfamiliar, remarkable, or beautiful.
Example: It is always a wonder how Santa Claus can deliver all the presents worldwide in a single night.
Something or someone inspiring delight, admiration, or pleasure, or something that is extremely good or marvelous.
Example: My cousin is so wonderful; he gives me some of the best Swiss chocolate in the world for Christmas every year.
A location, such as a land or a place that is full of many wonderful and amazing things.
Example: The snow was falling, and with all the Christmas lights twinkling, our neighborhood looked like a winter wonderland.
Being in a state of awed admiration or respect for someone or something.
Example: I stood in wonderment when I saw how many Christmas presents the kids could open in a matter of minutes.
An activity involving physical and mental effort to achieve a specific purpose or result.
Example: It was a sad day when I saw I had to work Christmas Day, so we ended up having our family dinner the day after.
A person who does a specific job or works in a particular way.
Example: I could not find the toy my little brother wanted for Christmas, so I had to find a worker to help me find one.
Multiple people who do a specific job or work together to complete a particular task.
Example: The workers at the mall were excited when the Christmas shopping season ended, and they could relax and enjoy time with their families.
Having paid employment or something that can properly function.
Example: Mom was working hard getting Christmas dinner ready, and she was exhausted when everything was finally ready, and we could sit down to eat.
A building or room where goods are repaired or manufactured.
Example: Santa’s workshop is busy all year, with the elves making toys to prepare for next year’s Christmas.
An item that is shabby or damaged looking due to too much use.
Example: Our Christmas tree looked a bit worn, so this year we decided to buy a new one, which is much bigger and more beautiful than our last one.
A person or animal that is extremely tired or exhausted or something that is damaged to the point of no longer being usable.
Example: Dad’s ugly Christmas sweater was worn out, so mom bought him a new one with blinking lights.
Having the feeling or expressing reverence and adoration for a deity or a deity-like person or thing.
Example: I am amazed at how my mom, aunts, and grandma can create a fantastic Christmas dinner, and I worship their abilities to make the food so delicious.
To cover or enclose someone or something in a soft material or paper or a loose outer garment made from material used as a cover over a person’s shoulders.
Example: I am always putting things off, and this year, like every other year before, I waited until the last minute to wrap the Christmas presents.
Something that has been covered in paper or soft material.
Example: It was impossible to find wrapping paper big enough for my husband’s present, so I decided it would be wrapped in a large blanket.
A paper or soft material used to cover or enclose something, such as Christmas wrapping paper.
Example: Every year, I buy too much wrapping paper and always have plenty left to use for next Christmas.
Paper that is strong and decorative, often themed around holidays or celebrations to wrap presents or parcels.
Example: Every year, I theme my wrapping paper, and this year, the Christmas presents are wrapped in penguin paper.
A ring used to arrange flowers, leaves, or other objects and is used for decoration, typically on the front door of a home or other residence.
Example: This year, we decided to make our own Christmas wreath to hang on the front door and had a lot of fun gathering decorations to create a festive wreath.
Something that is not correct or true, or something that is done in an unsuitable or undesirable manner.
Example: The look on my little sister’s face was proof Santa brought her the wrong Christmas present.
Christmas Words From A-Z
Here’s each list of Christmas words from the letters A to Z: