Druidess

Druidess

[droo-i-dis]
noun (often lowercase)
a female member of the Druids.

Origin:
1745–55; Druid + -ess


See -ess.
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druid (ˈdruːɪd)
 
n
1.  a member of an ancient order of priests in Gaul, Britain, and Ireland in the pre-Christian era
2.  a member of any of several modern movements attempting to revive druidism
 
[C16: from Latin druides, of Gaulish origin; compare Old Irish druid wizards]
 
druidess
 
fem n
 
dru'idic
 
adj
 
dru'idical
 
adj
 
'druidry
 
n

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