A-Z of Christmas

Using the hints provided find the A-Z of these Christmas items/traditions etc.
Please let me know in comments if too easy, too hard, need less or more time.
I couldn't find anything for Q and Z so they are not included
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Last updated: December 23, 2020
First submittedDecember 6, 2018
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Letter
Hint
Answer
A
One of these told Mary she was pregnant with Jesus
Angel
B
You may hear these around Christmas time
Bells
C
People traditionally leaves this unhealthy snack for the fat man in the white beard
Cookies
D
You'll see these all over during December
Decorations
E
Little people who live at the North Pole
Elves
F
Merry Christmas in Spanish
Feliz Navidad
G
You'll see these sugary treats all year round but are primarily eaten at Christmas
Gingerbread Man
H
The holiday celebrated by Jewish believers in December
Hanukkah
I
This plant is usually associated with Christmas
Ivy
J
Merry Christmas in French
Joyeux Noel
K
The Japanese usually eat at this restaurant at Christmas
KFC
L
Santa lives in either the North Pole or
Lapland
Letter
Hint
Answer
M
One of the gifts the Three Wise Men bought Jesus
Myrrh
N
The saint who may also be called by his more popular name, Santa
Saint Nicholas
O
Usually fragile. These are special items usually associated with Christmas
Ornaments
P
First of the gifts in the 12 days of Christmas
Partridge in a Pear Tree
R
You give and _______ presents
Recieve
S
Everybody's least favourite presents. Usually handed out by Grandma (just a joke)
Socks
T
In a traditional Christmas dinner there's turkey and the ______
Trimmings
U
This is the best thing to do to presents
Unwrap
V
You may do this to relatives
Visit
W
Everybody wishes their Christmasses would be _____
White
X
The spelling of Christmas for lazy people
Xmas
Y
A Nordic tradition. The rest of the world adds chocolate to it
Yule Log
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