Celtic

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English[edit]

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Etymology[edit]

From Latin celticus. English since the 17th century.

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Sports teams
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Other uses
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Celtic

  1. A branch of the Indo-European languages that was spread widely over western and central Europe in the pre-Christian era.
  2. Any of several sports teams. See Wikipedia for a list.

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Celtic (not comparable)

  1. Of the Celts; Of the style of the Celts

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