- a female member of the Druids.
Origin of Druidess
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Examples from the Web for druidess
Among the Germans, Valleda, a Druidess, was for ages worshipped as a deity.The God-Idea of the Ancients
Eliza Burt Gamble
Another such "Druidess" is said to have foretold Diocletian's rise.Early Britain--Roman Britain
But she was a Druidess in this, that she regretted she knew not what in the usages and practices of her Church.Barchester Towers
He thus fulfilled the prediction of a druidess of Gaul, that he would mount a throne as soon as he had slain a wild boar (aper).
What the Druidess may or may not do for the musical drama in England, let her own oracles expound.George Cruikshank's Omnibus
Word Origin and History for druidess
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