Celt

A thin, ungroved axe with a sharp edge used for cutting or chopping. Probably hafted into a wooden handle.

CELT

Constrained Energy Lapped Transform (CELT) is an open, royalty-free lossy audio compression format and a free software codec with especially low algorithmic delay for use in low-latency audio communication. The algorithms are openly documented and may be used free of software patent restrictions. Development of the format was maintained by the Xip...
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Celt

[n] - a member of a European people who occupied Britain and Spain and Gaul in pre-Roman times
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Celt

• (n.) A weapon or implement of stone or metal, found in the tumuli, or barrows, of the early Celtic nations. • (n.) One of an ancient race of people, who formerly inhabited a great part of Central and Western Europe, and whose descendants at the present day occupy Ireland, Wales, the Highlands of Scotland, and the northern shores of Fran...
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Celt

Kelt noun a member of a European people who once occupied Britain and Spain and Gaul prior to Roman times
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Celt

[tool] In archaeology, a celt t is a long thin prehistoric stone or bronze adze, other sort of axe-like tool, or a hoe. ==Etymology== The term `celt` came about from what was very probably a copyist`s error in many medieval manuscript copies of Job 19:24 in the Latin Vulgate Bible, which became enshrined in the authoritative Sixto-Clementin...
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Celt

Celt (sĕlt) noun [ Latin Celtae , Greek Keltoi` , Ke`ltai , plural: confer W. Celtiad one that dwells in a covert, an inhabitant of the wood, a Celt, from celt covert, shelter, celu to hide.] One of an ancient race of people, who formerly inhabi...
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Celt

Celt noun [ Late Latin celts a chisel.] (Archæol.) A weapon or implement of stone or metal, found in the tumuli, or barrows, of the early Celtic nations.
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Celt

a member of an early Indo-European people who from the 2nd millennium to the 1st century spread over much of Europe. Their tribes and groups ... [35 related articles]
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celt

Also known as a rattleback, a simple ancient toy that behaves in a very counterintuitive way. When spun one way about its vertical axis, the celt spins for a long time. When spun the other way, however, a wobble quickly sets in that halts the rotation and then, incredibly, reverses it. In his 1986 p...
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Celt

Celt (kelt, selt) or Kelt (kelt) . 1. One who speaks a Celtic language or who derives ancestry from an area where a Celtic language was spoken; i.e., one from Ireland, the Scottish Hebrides and Highlands, the Isle of Man, Wales, Cornwall, or Brittany. 2. A member of a group of peoples first found in...
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Celt

Celt is a cultivated variety of potato.
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celt

characteristic New Stone Age tool, a polished stone ax or adz head designed for attachment to a wooden shaft and probably mainly used for felling ... [2 related articles]
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Celt

In archaeology a celt is a weapon or implement of stone or metal, found in the tumuli, or barrows, of the early Celtic nations.
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Celt

Indo-European people that originated in Alpine Europe and spread to the Iberian peninsula and beyond. They were ironworkers and farmers. In the 1st century BC they were defeated by the Roman...
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Celt

Indo-European people that originated in Alpine Europe and spread to the Iberian peninsula and beyond. They were ironworkers and farmers. In the 1st century BC they were defeated by the Roman Empire and by Germanic tribes and confined largely to Britain, Ireland, and northern France. The Celts' first known territory was in central Europe abo...
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celt

prehistoric bevelled-edge axe
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celt

prehistoric stone tool, such as an axehead.
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