American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- n. Variant of Celt.
Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. See Celt.
- n. A spent salmon —that is, one that has spawned.
- n. Cloth made of black and white wool mixed and not dyed.
GNU Webster's 1913
- n. See kilt, n.
- n. Scot. Cloth with the nap, generally of native black wool.
- n. Scot. A salmon after spawning.
- n. Same as celt, one of Celtic race.
- n. a member of a European people who once occupied Britain and Spain and Gaul prior to Roman times
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“It may indeed be quelHon'd, what kind of Kelt that of the feventh Day was, or in what fenle God is laid to have refted on the feventh Day, not on the 8 th, 9th, &c.”
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“Kelt its weekend numbers would be higher if it werent for NATM2”
“And Kelt, you got this misinformation from where exactly?”
“Kelt/Steve: Yeah, we all take the same trip, just different paths.”
“The Kelt, by the way, ought not to be confused with "Domaine de Saint Aubin" a legendary producer of armagnac that is no more, the remaining stocks of which are being carefully (and expensively) doled out by Darroze.”
“With Lia's help, Kelt builds a life-- a steady job, a steady home… and a steady love, the only one he's ever had.”
“Somehow, Kelt has to find a way to stop them, to undo the damage he's caused.”
“Casmir scanned the club and the throngs of beautiful people who had ventured out tonight to play at the Kelt.”
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