December 25 Holidays

December 25 Holidays & National Days & Fun Days | December 25 Calendar

December 25th Daily Holidays include:

  • A’Phabet Day or No “L” Day
  • Christmas
  • Christmas Pudding Day
  • National Pumpkin Pie Day

December 25: Famous Birthdays

  • December 25, 1642 – Isaac Newton, English physicist, mathematician and astronomer (Gravity, Laws of Motion) (d. 1727)
  • December 25, 1821 – Clara Barton, American nurse who founded the American Red Cross (d. 1912)
  • December 25, 1887 – Conrad Hilton, American businessman who founded the Hilton Hotels (d. 1979)
  • December 25, 1890 – Robert Ripley, publisher who founded Ripley’s Believe It or Not! (d. 1949)
  • December 25, 1899 – Humphrey Bogart, American actor (Casablanca) (d. 1957)
  • December 25, 1924 – Rod Serling, American writer and producer (Twilight Zone) (d. 1975)
  • December 25, 1946 – Jimmy Buffett, American singer and songwriter (Margaritaville)
  • December 25, 1948 – Barbara Mandrell, American singer, actress, and TV host (Mandrell Sisters)
  • December 25, 1949 – Sissy Spacek, American actress and singer (Carrie, Coal Miner’s Daughter)
  • December 25, 1954 – Annie Lennox, Scottish singer and songwriter (Eurythmics)
  • December 25, 1971 – Dido, English singer and songwriter

December 25: Astrological Sign

The Astrological Sign for December 25 is Capricorn.

December Birthstone:

The December three birthstones. They are:

  • Turquoise: Turquoise is a gem that ranges from blue to green and often has veins of matrix. It has been cherished for millennia, with ancient Egyptians adorning themselves with it. It is believed to bring protection, good fortune, and healing. This semi-translucent to opaque December birthstone is a reminder of the power of nature.
  • Zircon: Zircon is a timeless gemstone, renowned for its brilliance and flashes of rainbow-colored light, known as “fire”. For centuries, it was mistaken for diamond, and during the Middle Ages, it was believed to bring peace and ward off evil. Nowadays, zircon is used in jewelry and is highly prized for its durability.
  • Tanzanite: Tanzanite is a stunning blue-purple gemstone found only in Tanzania. Its popularity has skyrocketed since its discovery, due to its unique color which ranges from deep violet-blue to light lavender-blue. Highly sought-after, tanzanite is an exceptional choice for jewelry, prized for its beauty and rarity.


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