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Celtic

adjective
 
 
/ˈkeltɪk/
relating to the people of Ireland, Scotland, and Wales
İrlanda, İskoçya ve Galler halkına ilişkin/dair, Keltlere ilişkin, Keltik
Celtic art/musicNames of groups of people who lived in the past
Translations of “Celtic”
in Spanish Celtico…
in Chinese (Traditional) 凱爾特人的, 凱爾特語的, 凱爾特文化的…
in Russian кельтский…
in Chinese (Simplified) 凯尔特人的, 凯尔特语的, 凯尔特文化的…
in Polish celtycki…
(Definition of Celtic from the Cambridge Learners Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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