Celtic


Celtic
adj.
Celtic is used with these nouns: ↑cross

Collocations dictionary. 2013.

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  • Celtic — Celtic+ , beziehungsweise Celtic (Kinloch Rannoch) waren zwei Aktionen des deutschen Künstlers Joseph Beuys (1921–1986) in Zusammenarbeit mit dem dänischen Musiker und Fluxus Komponisten Henning Christiansen, welche als „Fluxustheater“ bezeichnet …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • Celtic+~ — beziehungsweise Celtic (Kinloch Rannoch) waren zwei Aktionen des deutschen Künstlers Joseph Beuys (1921–1986) in Zusammenarbeit mit dem dänischen Musiker und Fluxus Komponisten Henning Christiansen, welche als „Fluxustheater“ bezeichnet werden k …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • celtic — CÉLTIC, Ă, celtici, ce, adj. Care aparţine celţilor (1), privitor la celţi; celt (2), galic2. ♢ Limbi celtice = familie de limbi vorbite în antichitate (de vechii gali) şi astăzi (de irlandezi, bretoni etc.), în vestul Europei. – Din fr. celtique …   Dicționar Român

  • Celtic — Celt ic (s[e^]lt [i^]k; k[e^]lt [i^]k), a. [L. Celticus, Gr. Keltiko s. See {Celt}.] Of or pertaining to the Celts; as, Celtic people, tribes, literature, tongue. [Written also {Keltic}.] [1913 Webster] …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • Celtic — Celt ic, n. The language of the Celts. [1913 Webster] Note: 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. [1913 Webster] …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • Celtic — 1650s, of archaeology or history, from Fr. Celtique or L. Celticus pertaining to the Celts (see CELT (Cf. Celt)). Of languages, from 1707; of other qualities, 19c. Celtic twilight is from Yeats s name for his collection of adapted Irish folk… …   Etymology dictionary


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