Definitions

from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition

  • n. A specialist in Celtic culture or Celtic languages.

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Examples

  • If you're a Celticist, or a medievalist, it's interesting to have those Hiberno-Norman texts available in digital form for all sorts of comparative analysis and transmission studies.

    languagehat.com: CELT.

  • 311 Robin E. W. Flower 1881-1946, the poet and Celticist, was at this time Assistant in the Department of Manuscripts of the British Museum.

    Later Articles and Reviews

  • As a student who has devoted several years ” and will devote many more ” to acquiring the linguistic, literary, mythological, and archaeological knowledge required by a practicing Celticist (not "Celtologist"), I was appalled to find Anne Ross's significant new book reviewed by a man as ignorant and prejudiced as Robert Graves.

    The Crane Bag

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