kelt

kelt

[kelt]
noun
a salmon that has spawned.

Origin:
1300–50; Middle English (north) < ?

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Kelt

[kelt]
noun

Keltic, noun, adjective
Keltically, adverb
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Celt or Kelt (kɛlt, sɛlt)
 
n
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 or Kelt
 
n

kelt (kɛlt)
 
n
a salmon that has recently spawned and is usually in poor condition
 
[C14: of unknown origin]

Kelt (kɛlt)
 
n
a variant of Celt
 
'Keltic
 
adj
 
'Keltically
 
adv
 
'Kelticism
 
n
 
'Kelticist
 
n
 
'Keltist
 
n

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