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Christmas, noun

Special Combinations (some of which occur in general English in different senses):
Christmas bee or Christmas beetle, any of several species of cicada (family Cicadidae), the males of which produce a shrill mating song during summer;
Christmas box [extension of British English Christmas box a gratuity given at Christmas time to delivery men, servants and roundsmen, for services rendered], Any special gift, usually given at Christmas time; also figurative;
Christmas bush, the shrub Pavetta lanceolata of the Rubiaceae, which bears masses of white flowers at Christmas time;
Christmas flower or Christmas rose, any of several species of flowering shrub of the genus Hydrangea of the Saxifragaceae, with pink, white or blue flower-clusters which bloom in December;
Christmas Tree, (a) the klapperbos (see klapper noun2 sense 2), Nymania capensis; (b) Christmas bush, see above; (c) the name given to a party held at Christmas time, especially one for (underprivileged) children which is organized by a school, company, or welfare organization;
Christmas worm [translation of Afrikaans Krismiswurm,] a nickname for the concertina .
1912 E. London Dispatch 16 Feb. 7 (Pettman)The Christmas bee or cicada is another familiar insect of which only the male has the power of ‘song’; and it must be confessed he is exceedingly persistent in the exhibition of his accomplishment, for a noisier insect it would be hard to find.
1991 S. Afr. Panorama MayJune 20When one thinks about boeremusiek, the concertina (alias the Christmas worm, wailing worm or donkey’s lung) is the first instrument that comes to mind.
the klapperbosklappernoun2, Nymania capensis;
Christmas bush, see above;
the name given to a party held at Christmas time, especially one for (underprivileged) children which is organized by a school, company, or welfare organization;
a nickname for the concertina