Here is an alphabetical listing of the English titles of the carols with links to the Latin versions:

Angels We Have Heard on High = Lapsi Caelo Super Gentes
Auld Lang Syne
Away in a Manger = Procul in Praesaepi
Deck the Halls = Aquifolia Ornate
Dreidel Song = Canticum Turbonis
First Noel = Primum Noel Cecinit Angelus
Frosty the Snowman = Frigus vir nivis
God Rest Ye, Merry Gentlemen = O Viri, Este Hilares
Grandma Got Run Over by a Reindeer = Avia renone calcabatur
Hanukkah Song = O Hanukkah
Hark! The Herald Angels Sing = Angeli Canunt Praecones
I Saw Three Ships = Tres Naves
It Came upon a Midnight Clear = En, Nocte Venit Media
Jingle Bells = Tinnitus, Tinnitus
Joy to the World = Gaudium Mundo
King Wenceslas = Rex Wenceslaus
Little Drummer Boy = Musicus Parvulus
O Come, All Ye Faithful = Adeste Fideles
O Christmas Tree = O Abies
O Little Town of Bethlehem = O Parve Vice Bethlehem
Once in Royal David's City = Regis Olim Urbe David
Rudolph The Red-Nosed Reindeer = Rudolphus
Silent Night = Silens Nox
Twelve Days of Christmas = Duodecim Dies Natalis
We Three Kings of Orient Are = Orientis Reges Tres
We Wish You a Merry Christmas = Sit Prosperus Iesus Nati
While Shepherds Watched Their Flocks by Night = Dum Servant Pecus Pastores
White Christmas = Somnio Candidum Diem

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