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1Celtic

adjective Celt·ic \ˈkel-tik, ˈsel-\

: of or relating to the Celts or their languages

Full Definition of CELTIC

:  of, relating to, or characteristic of the Celts or their languages

First Known Use of CELTIC

1590

Other Anthropology Terms

ectomorph, ethnography, prehistory, yurt

2Celtic

noun

Definition of CELTIC

:  a group of Indo-European languages usually subdivided into Brythonic and Goidelic and now largely confined to Brittany, Wales, Ireland, and the Scottish Highlands — see indo-european languages table

First Known Use of CELTIC

1739

Other Language Terms

cognate, collocation, homonym

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