Did you know this about santa gift generator?
Secret Santa is a Western Christmas or Saint Nicholas tradition in which members of a group or community are randomly assigned a person to whom they give a gift
The identity of the gift giver is to remain a secret and should not be revealed.
Deriving from the Christian tradition, the ritual is known as Secret Santa in the United States and the United Kingdom; as Kris Kringel or Kris Kindle (Christkindl) in Ireland; as Wichteln, Secret Santa, Kris Kringle, Chris Kindle (Christkindl) or Engerl-Bengerl in parts of Austria; as Secret Santa or Kris Kringle in Canada and Australia; as Secret Santa, Kris Kringle, or Monito-Monita in the Philippines; as Angelito in the Dominican Republic; and as Wichteln or Julklapp in Germany
Wichteln is what a Wichtel, a wight, does, a good deed
In Poland, Belgium and the Netherlands, the tradition is not associated with Christmas but with the feast of Saint Nicholas, on the eve of December 5 in Poland (Mikołajki) and the Netherlands and on December 6 in Belgium
In Ukraine it takes place on 19 December (Mykolay)
All of these names derive from traditional gift-bringers: the American custom is named after Santa Claus, or St Nicholas (Poland and Ukraine), while Chris Kindle and Kris Kringle are both corruptions of the original name of the Austrian gift-bringer Christkindl, which means the "Christ Child"
Exceptions are the UK (where the traditional gift-bringer is Father Christmas) and the Philippines (which has the Three Kings)
Spain, Portugal and most places in Latin America use amigo secreto ("secret friend"), amigo invisible/invisível ("invisible friend"), and also amigo oculto ("hidden friend") in parts of Brazil
In Israel, this game is called גמד וענק ("a dwarf and a giant") and is mostly played during Purim.
🧐 from Wikipedia