joulupukki

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Finnish[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From joulu (Christmas, Yule) +‎ pukki (buck, goat). Traditionally, before anyone in Finland knew about the Santa Claus tradition, presents were delivered by a man or a boy dressed as a male goat.

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joulupukki

  1. Santa Claus

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