I arranged and harmonized them—and, oddly enough, the result is rather keltic, don't you think?
These hopeless, helpless, keltic Irishmen are unfit for self-government.
Britain was first peopled, so far as we know, by men of the Celtic (or keltic) race, of which the native Irish are types.
They sprang from the old Slavonic stock, and the Slavonic is very like the keltic in nature.
Throwing the hammer is in all probability of keltic origin, as it has been popular in Ireland and Scotland for many centuries.
The name is probably keltic, and belongs to the original version of the story.
Still, they were Kelts—though Kelts beyond the pale of the keltic fatherland.
The termination -dun is as common in keltic, as the termination -tun is in German.
The keltic prefix of "Mac" is most frequently attached to merchants in Inverness, who subscribed their hundred.
Some portion of the present area was keltic, and a still greater was Sarmatian.
also Keltic, 1650s, of archaeology or history, from French Celtique or Latin Celticus "pertaining to the Celts" (see Celt). In reference to languages, from 1707; of other qualities, 19c. The Boston basketball team was founded 1946. Celtic twilight is from Yeats's name for his collection of adapted Irish folk tales (1893).