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#410065 01/01/15 11:31 AM
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Heilige Ny Jaar!

In the Pennsylvania Dutch country that is the greeting among the old time folk.

It literally means "Holy New Year" and conveys a hope similar to the Orthodox hymns and prayers for crowning the year with goodness.

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A blessed and holy new year to all!

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Boldog Új Évet !

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