Origin of Celtic
OTHER WORDS FROM CelticCelt·i·cal·ly, adverbnon-Celt·ic, adjectivepre-Celt·ic, adjective
How to use Celtic in a sentence
The Teutonic strain may be as strong or stronger than the Keltic in modern Ireland.The Outline of History: Being a Plain History of Life and Mankind|Herbert George Wells
The variety of names in Keltic languages tends to show the existence of the species on the west coast of Europe.
The Keltic names are quite different:1887 Irish coirce, cuirce, corca, Armorican kerch.
They are also nearer the Keltic; so much so, that a single class has been made out of the four, a class called Indo-European.
Such is the Keltic area as determined by external evidence, and it cannot be denied that it is very remarkable.