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kelt

[kelt] /kɛlt/
noun
1.
a salmon that has spawned.
Origin
1300-1350
1300-50; Middle English (north) < ?

Kelt

[kelt] /kɛlt/
noun
1.
Celt.
Related forms
Keltic, noun, adjective
Keltically, adverb
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British Dictionary definitions for kelt

Celt

/kɛlt; sɛlt/
noun
1.
a person who speaks a Celtic language
2.
a member of an Indo-European people who in pre-Roman times inhabited Britain, Gaul, Spain, and other parts of W and central Europe

kelt

/kɛlt/
noun
1.
a salmon that has recently spawned and is usually in poor condition
Word Origin
C14: of unknown origin

Kelt

/kɛlt/
noun
1.
a variant of Celt
Derived Forms
Keltic, adjective
Keltically, adverb
Kelticism, noun
Kelticist, Keltist, noun
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