10. Where does the word “Yuletide” come from?a. It’s an abbreviation of the Latin ultimus ides, “last holiday of the year.” b. From Germanic/Old Norse “Jul-time” or “Jól-time” (the midwinter fest). c. Named after Julius Caesar, who invented Sanctus Clausius, the Roman Santa Claus. d. Named in honor of Hywll Tydd, ancient Welsh god of reindeer and socks. e. Pagan Nordic priests copied the name from the Christian Christmastide.
Note: Only b. is true; the others are completely made up.
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