Examples from the Web for goidelic
But after the separation of the Goidelic group a further change took place.
No absence of Goidelic elements in British place-names is proof against such positive evidence.The Bronze Age and the Celtic World|Harold Peake
The Goidelic dialects have preserved the vowels of accented syllables on the whole better than Brythonic.
In modern phrase, the Goidelic, not the Brythonic branch of the Celtic race.The Christian Church in These Islands before the Coming of Augustine|George Forrest Browne
On account of this Goidelic element, it has been claimed that the personages of the Mabinogion are purely Goidelic.
British Dictionary definitions for goidelic
Word Origin for Goidelic
Word Origin and History for goidelic
"pertaining to the branch of Celtic languages that includes Irish, Gaelic, and Manx," 1882, coined by Sir John Rhys (and first used in his "Celtic Britain"), from Old Irish Goidel "Gael" (see Gael).