Have you ever heard of the Irish Christmas Tradition of "Women's Christmas"? 

In Ireland on January 6, the Feast of the Epiphany, it is when traditionally the Irish finish celebrating Christmas. It is also known as Nollaigh na mBean in Irish (Women’s Christmas).

The day is more commonly known to the rest of the world as the Feast of the Epiphany or the Twelfth Night and sometimes Little Christmas. It marks the official end of the 12 days of Christmas. Tradition has it that women get the day off and the men of the house get to do the housework, cooking and take down the Christmas decorations. Women meet up have a day out and treat themselves.

Are you celebrating Women's Christmas this year?

How to pronounce Merry Christmas in Irish

Approximate pronunciation guide
Nollaig - nul-laig
na mBan - nah mon/man (depending on the dialect)
séimhiú - shay-vu
sona - son-ah
shona - hon-ah