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When it comes to Christmas, you might think of gnomes. In addition to popular Christmas symbols including Christmas lights, Christmas trees, Santa Clause, bells, wreaths, stars, candy cane, then gnomes are also associated with Christmas. So, what do gnomes symbolize for Christmas?
What do gnomes symbolize?
Gnomes are said to be symbols of good luck. Originally, gnomes were believed to have a protective effect, especially for treasures and minerals buried in the ground. Today, many people put gnomes in the rafters of a barn or in the garden to watch out for crops and livestock.
Farmers believed that gnomes could bring good luck that help their fields get more produce and protect them from thieves, bugs, and many problems.
Gnomes’ names originate from a Latin word for earth dweller. They were very common in German fairy tales and are often depicted as old men guarding treasures.
Gnomes or similar creatures are also found in folklore from various countries, where they are given different names such as Nisse in Denmark and Norway, Duende in Spain, and Hob in England.
In Scandinavia, these gnomes (known as Nisse in Norway) are associated with the Christmas season. Like America’s Santa Claus, Jule Nisse – essentially Kris Kringle in gnome form – visits the homes of good kids on Christmas Eve. Children leave a bowl of porridge for him, and in return, the Jule Nisse brought presents to their doorstep.
What does a gnome look like?
Gnomes weren’t depicted thoroughly in the stories, but garden gnomes produced around the world are similar in appearance, with long, white beards, red hats, and simple clothes.
Today, gnomes are popular in Christmas decor and shirts. According to Google Trends, searched for Christmas gnomes have risen by 525% since 2015. Gnomes are a great addition to your holiday decor. There are a wide variety of festive gnomes on the market. You can adorn your Christmas tree with gnome ornament, or decorate your kitchen with gnome-shaped cookware.
Fun Facts About Garden Gnomes
- Gnomes are fascinating creatures that are loved by many people. There are many interesting facts about these magical gnomes.
- They are older than you think. Although they may seem like a fun fad of the 50s or 60s, garden gnomes appeared in Germany in 1872. They were called Gartenzwerge.
- It’s estimated that there are 25 million gnomes in yards across the country.
- The Gnome Sanctuary in England has 2,000 different gnomes, remaining a popular tourist attraction in North Devon.
- Gnomes are banned from the Chelsea Flower Show — except in 2013, to honor the gnome anniversary.
- According to the Swedish legend, this miraculous creature can live an average of 400 years. There are female gnomes, and their whole families living in underground houses and speaking a strange and undecipherable language.
- The oldest gardener in the world is Lampy, who has lived in Lamport hall in the UK for 125 years now
- The first gnomes created were made from clay, porcelain, or wood. The modern ones are made from resin, plastic, ceramic, cement, plaster, or very commonly with cast iron.
- Gnomes were produced at a large scale by Philipp Griebel and August Heissner in Germany, but unfortunately, the world war wiped out most of their production.
- Until 1937, these garden gnomes were just plain statues, unlike today’s brightly colored ones.
- Said to be ageless, gnomes are 7 times stronger than humans and can live up to 400 years.
- Gnomes are thought to be afraid of people and loud noises.
- Gnomes are believed to be fond of animals, particularly burrowing animals such as frogs, squirrels, or rabbits, and are usually allowed to roam the garden as they want.
- Gnomes are said to rub their noses during both greetings and goodbyes.
- Since they are a sign of good luck charms, it is supposed to be bad luck to break a gnome or treat them badly.
- Gnomes have a special language for communication called Gnomish.
- They are usually vegetarian and eat foods like nuts, mushrooms, peas, beans, potatoes, fruits, berries, spices, and vegetables.
- Gnomes live underground and are able to move so silently and quickly that it is hard for humans to detect them.
- Gnomes are said to be attracted to shiny things like gems and colorful objects.
- Gnomes can get pregnant when their gestational age is between 8 and 12 months.
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