from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. Santa Claus.
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- proper n. Santa Claus
- proper n. A female given name
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- n. the legendary patron saint of children; an imaginary being who is thought to bring presents to children at Christmas
Sorry, no etymologies found.
I think sad santa is so cute! doesn't look like Santa, but maybe a pouty little elf.
CAROLE SLOTTERBACK, AUTHOR, "THE PSYCHOLOGY OF SANTA": I had at a conference someone do a presentation of their research on children's letters to Santa, and I thought what a cool idea it would be for the research methods class to - to do.
If you want read more about scary santa clauses I highly recommend you get a hold of David Sedaris's hilarious short story observation about the many varieties of Santa too bad I can't remember the title of the story.
SANTA CLAUS: What should Santa bring you this year for Christmas?
SANTA CLAUS: What do you want Santa bring you for Christmas?
SANTA CLAUS: So, what should Santa bring you on Christmas Eve?
SANTA CLAUSE: Well, it's a magic number because Santa is magical.
Junji Kurokawa/Associated Press SWIMMING SANTA: A diver in a Santa costume fed moray eels and spotted-eagle stingrays Friday as part of a Christmas event at Tokyo's Sunshine International Aquarium.
"SANTA CLAUS": Santa works for cookies and milk and carrots for the reindeer.
SANTA FE - Although 22 train cars derailed this morning in Santa Fe, prompting mandatory evacuations within a mile of the incident, only two of the tankers on the ground leaked.