Definition of Keltie

1. a glass filled to the brim [n -S]



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Keltie

kelpers
kelpfish
kelpfishes
kelpie
kelpies
kelping
kelps
kelpware
kelpwort
kelpy
kelson
kelsons
kelt
kelter
kelters
keltie (current term)
kelties
kelts
kelty
kelvin
kelvins
kelyanite
kelyphite
kelyphites
kemancha
kemb
kembed
kembing
kembo
kemboed

Literary usage of Keltie

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1. The Economic Review by Christian Social Union (Great Britain), Oxford University Branch (1899)
"Edited by J. SCOTT keltie, LL.D., and IPA RENWICK, MA, LL.B. [1248 pp. Crown 8vo. 10*. 6d. Macmillan. London, 1899. ..."

2. The Economic Review by Christian Social Union (Great Britain), Oxford University Branch (1901)
"Edited by J. SCOTT keltie, LL.D., with the assistance of IPA RENWICK, MA, LL.B. [1320 pp. Crown 8vo. 10*. 6d. Macmillan. London, 1901. ..."

3. The History of France by Parke Godwin (1860)
"“Gaul is divided,” he says, polity and mode of life exactly the “into three nations: the Aquitani, the same.” Belga!, and the keltie. ..."

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