Definition of Kelts
1. Noun. (plural of kelt) ¹
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Definition of Kelts
1. kelt [n] - See also: kelt
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Literary usage of Kelts
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The Races of the Old World: A Manual of Ethnology by Charles Loring Brace (1863)
"THE kelts.1 THIS great people have in general become absorbed into other nations ... the Gaelic, includ- of kelts- ing the inhabitants of the Isle of Man, ..."
2. The History of the Anglo-Saxons from the Earliest Period to the Norman Conquest by Sharon Turner (1836)
"The Keiu JN the time of Herodotus, the kelts were on of Europe, the western coasts or Europe. He says, that they inhabited the remotest parts of Europe to ..."
3. The History of France by Parke Godwin (1860)
"Long before any recognized historical era the kelts were distributed over Britain and the northern islands, giving names to the hills, the streams, ..."
4. The Celtic Magazine by Alexander Mackenzie, Alexander Macgregor, Alexander Macbain (1887)
"THE RE-ARISING OF THE kelts.* [Bv JS STUART-GLENNIE, MA] FEW things are more remarkable in Man's history than the way in which the oppression and ..."
5. The Journal of Anatomy and Physiology by Anatomical Society of Great Britain and Ireland (1902)
"Having observed that the mucous membrane with its epithelium, even in the stomachs of kelts dying with salmon disease, was of a perfectly normal appearance ..."
6. The Aryan Origin of the Gaelic Race and Language: Showing the Present and by Ulick Joseph Bourke (1875)
"... kelts. through the Irish language. No doubt they fused ; but somehow a quicker fusion of races has not been the general characteristic of the people of ..."
7. The History of Rome by Thomas Arnold (1853)
"At any rate, it should be remembered that the Iberians, and not the kelts, were the inhabitants of the country between the Pyrenees and the Garonne and the ..."