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WordNet 3.0Copyright Princeton University


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adj.- Of, relating to, or constituting the Goidelic speech of the Celts in Ireland, the Isle of Man, and the Scottish Highlands.

Usage examples (33)
  • The song is in Gaelic, spelled phonetically, and apparently in
  • In the Gaelic-speaking areas, Gaelic is not taught in the schools.
  • All of this is entwined and bound by haunting and powerful vocals singing in English, Gaelic,
  • With out wanting to be pedantic "Celtic" isn't actually the language its called Gaelic yeah gay-lick . for more
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  • Note: "Gaelic" pertains to natives of Scotland and Ireland. "Gallic" pertains to the Gauls or to the French. "Garlic" is a strong smelling and tasting plant.
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