Keltic

Part of speech: adjective

Same as CELTIC.

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Usage examples "keltic":

  1. The addition of a " g" before a " u" or " w" is quite a common feature in language; it occurs, for instance, in the Romance and Keltic languages. - "The Itinerary of Benjamin of Tudela", Benjamin of Tudela.
  2. Now, as Britain was originally Keltic, unless Belgium be Keltic also, we shall meet with a difficulty. - "The Ethnology of the British Islands", Robert Gordon Latham.
  3. These were, from first to last, Keltic on the mother's side; but on that of the father, Keltic, Roman, and German. - "The Ethnology of the British Islands", Robert Gordon Latham.