Celtic

A Scottish soccer team that has a large Catholic following in Northern Ireland.

Celtic

A general term used to describe the tribes of Northern Europe during the Iron Age.

Celtic

The words Celt and Celtic (also Keltic) can refer to: ==Ethno-linguistics== ==Sports== ==Other uses== ...
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Celtic

• (n.) The language of the Celts. • (a.) Of or pertaining to the Celts; as, Celtic people, tribes, literature, tongue.
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Celtic

Gaelic adjective relating to or characteristic of the Celts
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Celtic

[ship] Celtic has been the name of a number of ships: ...
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Celtic

Celt'ic (sĕlt'ĭk) adjective [ Latin Celticus , Greek Keltiko`s . See Celt .] Of or pertaining to the Celts; as, Celtic people, tribes, literature, tongue. [ Written also Keltic .]
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Celtic

Celt'ic noun The language of the Celts. » The remains of the old Celtic language are found in the Gaelic, the Erse or Irish the Manx, and the Welsh and its cognate dialects Cornish and Bas Breton.
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Celtic

A branch of the Indo-European family of languages. Celtic includes Welsh and Breton. Celtic language
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Celtic

Amongst other meanings, archaeologists have often in the past, used the term Celtic to describe the period between about 800BC and the arrival of the Romans. This period is now generally called the Iron Age.
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celtic

Irish poets such as George Russell (AE), James Joyce, John M. Synge, and W. B. Yeats who drew on Celtic myth to recreate a national literature.
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Celtic

relating to the Celts, a people who gradually settled in Britain, having arrived from Europe from about 500 BC.
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Celtic

The Celtic was a mail steamer of the White Star Line, launched in 1901. It was 700 feet long, with a gross tonnage of 20880 and a displacement of 37700 tons and a speed of 17 knots.
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Celtic

[adj] - relating to or characteristic of the Celts 2. [n] - a branch of the Indo-European languages that (judging from inscriptions and place names) was spread widely over Europe in the pre-Christian era
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