You must not think she leaves handsome gifts such as Santa Klaus brings for you.
As he climbed up the staircase this night, his little head was full of the idea of Santa Klaus.
Christmas also passed by, and Santa Klaus sent joy to the hearts of myriads of children with his mysterious gifts.
Many a time I've heard them before and seen Santa Klaus hurrying along to visit every house in the court.
He is like Santa Klaus in this, that he moves very quickly and can make visits in one night all over the world.
Santa Klaus did not visit the court as often as he used, nor did he bring such fine presents with him.
It was astonishing how it ever came out of Santa Klaus' pocket and still more astonishing how it could get into the stocking.
"It was no one's fault but my own," said Santa Klaus as he dusted the remains of soot and plaster off his brown cloak.
Tita had inspected her ribbons demurely, and wondered how Santa Klaus knew her favorite colors so well.
1773 (as St. A Claus, in "New York Gazette"), American English, from dialectal Dutch Sante Klaas, from Middle Dutch Sinter Niklaas "Saint Nicholas," bishop of Asia Minor who became a patron saint for children. Now a worldwide phenomenon (e.g. Japanese santakurosu).