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St Martin's Day

Sint Maarten
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candy
snoep (n) neut
candy
heerlijke snoep
delicious candy
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sing
zingen (v)
sing
De zanger is een lied aan het zingen.
The singer is singing a song.
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song
lied (n) neut
song
disguise
verkleden (v)
disguise
party
feest (n) neut
party
bonfire
vreugdevuur (n) neut
bonfire
Saint Martin's song
Sint-Maartenslied (n) neut
Saint Martin's song
Saint Martin's Day
Sint-Maartenfeest (n) neut
Saint Martin's Day
child
kind (n) neut
child
paper lantern
lampion (n) masc
paper lantern
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DutchPod101.com
Thursday at 5:10 pm
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Hey listeners! Do you want to learn more about St. Martin's Day in the Netherlands? Check out this Dutch lesson:


Advanced Audio Blog #16 - St. Martin's Day in the Netherlands

https://www.dutchpod101.com/2011/10/20/advanced-audio-blog-16-st-martins-day-in-the-netherlands/

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DutchPod101.com
Sunday at 7:34 am
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Hoi Lucie,


Thank you for commenting 😎


Sint Maarten is not really celebrated in the south and eastern provinces of the Netherlands so maybe if your parents are

from that area they didn't mention it? I have no idea. It's also celebrated in Belgium and Northern France.

Check out the wikipedia page for St.Martin's Day, interesting read 😇


Jacob,

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Lucie Gerritzen
Saturday at 11:46 pm
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Never heard of St. Martin. My Dutch parents never mentioned it to me even when I lived in Holland. Who is he? Wouldn't the Dutch also have Remembers Day on Nov 11th as it was the end of the First World War?