How do you say “Happy Passover”?
Jews around the world have come up with diverse Passover greetings, often involving creative blends of Hebrew and local languages. Many of these phrases were originally written in Hebrew letters or other alphabets.
Judeo-French in Bordeaux, France: Bonne fête (good holiday)
Judeo-Provençal in Avignon, France: Bon tsantou (good holiday [yom-tov])
Western Yiddish in Alsace, France: Bauet gut (build well, likely a reference to rebuilding of the Temple because of the song Adir Hu)