Although the role of Santa Claus around Christmas time is more or less universal by this point, one thing that the nations of the world can't seem to agree on is what to call him.
Although most countries have it that an old man magically gives good children gifts during the most wonderful time of the year, his name ranges from Santa Claus to Saint Nicolas, to Father Christmas, to Père Noël, to (amusingly) Christmas Old Man depending on where you are in the world.
Furthermore, Finland stands out by not even making him human. Instead, a Christmas Goat handles his business in the Scandinavian nation.
But while many of us are more likely to call him Santa than Father Christmas, the opposite is true among English parents and children.
However, some rumblings suggest that this might not be true for long.