Complete Definition of "Celt"

English

Pronunciation
kÄlt, /kelt/, /kElt/
:Rhymes: Rhymes:English:-Élt|-Élt
the pronunciation /selt/ is traditional, but becoming obsolete.

Etymology
From Ancient Greek ÎελÏÏÏ (Keltos), the patriarch of the Celts, in Greek mythology a son of ÎÏÎ±ÎºÎ»Î®Ï "Heracles" and ÎελÏίνη "Keltine".

Proper noun
Celt

  1. a person of Celtic origin.

Related terms
Celtic

Translations
trans-top|person of Celtic origin
Chinese: å±ç¾ç¹äºº, å¯å°ç¹äºº (kÇi'Ärtèrén); å¡ç¾ç¹ (sài-Är-tè)
Czech: Kelt#Czech|Kelt m
Dutch: Kelt m
Finnish: Keltti
French: Celte m
German: Kelte m
Greek: ÎέλÏÎ·Ï (keltis) m
Hebrew: ק××× (qelt'i) m, ק×××ת (qelt'it) f
Hungarian: kelta
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Japanese: ã±ã«ã人 (kerutojin)
Korean: ì¼í¸ì¡± (kelteujok); ìí¸ì¡± (selteujok)
Polish: Celt m
Portuguese: Celta m
Russian: келÑÑ m (kel't)
Scottish Gaelic: Ceilteach m
Slovene: Kelt m, Keltinja f
Spanish: celta m
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Category:Greek derivations

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