Related formsCelt·i·cal·ly, adverbnon-Celt·ic, adjectivepre-Celt·ic, adjective
Examples from the Web for celtic
The couple will visit Pictou County for an event to celebrate Celtic heritage in Nova Scotia.
FitzPatrick was once one of the heroes of Celtic Tiger Ireland.
The bleak, snowy hills of Scotland are the setting for a slicey, dicey Roman invasion against the dashing, plucky Celtic tribes.
The last one is a wink from Doyle acknowledging his own impact on the culture of the Celtic Tiger.
It was pretty strict, but it turned out to be an important part of the modern-day rescue of Irish and Celtic music.
But within these settled forms the Celtic fancy played with a startling freedom.History of the English People, Volume II (of 8)|John Richard Green
His Celtic nature still retained all its native irritability, and his foreman, Jim Thorpe, had ample demonstration of it.The One-Way Trail|Ridgwell Cullum
“Oh, your honour is out of the question,” said the Celtic waiter with a strange grimace.Wild Wales|George Borrow
She had a little boy who also appeared to be partly of Celtic descent, as he had a red head, and was nicknamed "Micky Free."Building a State in Apache Land|Charles D. Poston
The Celtic nature is curiously complex, and those who do not themselves possess it find it hard to understand.Killarney|Mary Gorges