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| In many cultures first names are associated with the days of the year. The associations between the days and the names have arisen through many reasons, but primarily because the church held a festival for a saint of that name on that day. People celebrate their name day ("svátek") on the day corresponding to their own given name. |
For instance, the church feast of Saint Michael was held on September 29th, and as a result the name day for Michael is on September 29th.
In the Czech Republic, a person's nameday is treated with greater importance than someone's birthday, so be sure not to forget. Wish your friiend well with the phrase "Všechno nejlepší" (All the best).
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