Definition of Druidess

1. n. A female Druid; a prophetess.



Definition of Druidess

1. Noun. A female druid. ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Definition of Druidess

1. a female druid [n -ES] - See also: druid

Medical Definition of Druidess

1. A female Druid; a prophetess. Source: Websters Dictionary (01 Mar 1998)

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Druidess

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druidess (current term)
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Literary usage of Druidess

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1. Victory and Other Verses by Hannah Parker Kimball, Copeland and Day (1897)
"THE druidess THAT druidess, who drew anear the One, While yet a babe, the king her father bore, Safe in the hollow of his sounding shield (A lily-bud upon a ..."

2. The History of the Roman Emperors: From Augustus to Constantine by Jean Baptiste Louis Crévier, John Mills (1814)
"Dioclesian had been foretold, by a druidess, that he would be emperor. The cera of Dioclesian. Numerian ranked among the gods. ..."

3. The Legend of the Roses: A Poem. Ravlan : a Drama by Samuel James Watson, Robert Sidney Wayland (1876)
"Then all mine enemies too late shall know Women and cunning strike the deadliest blow. \Exit druidess.] SCENE in.—A room in the Palace. ..."

4. The Canadian Monthly and National Review by William White (1876)
"The story belongs to the tenth century, when the Saxon king, Athel- stane, ruled over Britain, and consists of a series of intrigues by the Chief druidess, ..."

5. The Scriptores Historiae Augustae by Susan Helen Ballou, David Magie (1922)
"At this the druidess said,2 so he related, ' Do not jest, Diocletian, for you will become emperor when you have slain a Boar (Aper).' " XV. ..."

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