Gaulish

Gaulish
Gaulish [gôl′ish]
n.
the Celtic language of ancient Gaul
adj.
of Gaul or its people, language, or culture

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  • Gaulish — Gaul ish, a. Pertaining to ancient France, or Gaul; Gallic. [R.] [1913 Webster] …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • Gaulish — 1650s (adj.); 1660s (n.), from GAUL (Cf. Gaul) + ISH (Cf. ish) …   Etymology dictionary

  • Gaulish language — Infobox Language name=Gaulish familycolor=Indo European region=Gaul fam1=Indo European fam2=Celtic fam3=Continental Celtic extinct=After 6th century AD iso2=cel lc1=xtg|ld1=Transalpine Gaulish lc2=xcg|ld2=Cisalpine Gaulish lc3=xlp|ld3=Lepontic… …   Wikipedia

  • Gaulish language —       ancient Celtic language or languages spoken in western and central Europe and Asia Minor before about 500. Gaulish is attested by inscriptions from France and northern Italy and by names occurring in classical literature. Modern knowledge… …   Universalium

  • Gaulish — I. adjective Date: 1659 of or relating to the Gauls or their language or land II. noun Date: 1668 the Celtic language of the ancient Gauls see Indo European languages table …   New Collegiate Dictionary

  • Gaulish — /gaw lish/, n. 1. the extinct, Celtic language of ancient Gaul. adj. 2. of or pertaining to ancient Gaul, its inhabitants, or their language. [1650 60; GAUL + ISH1] * * * …   Universalium

  • Gaulish — 1. adjective Of or pertaining to Gaul. 2. noun The Celtic language that was spoken in Gaul, long extinct …   Wiktionary

  • gaulish — Gaul·ish || gɔːlɪʃ adj. of or pertaining to ancient Gaul, Gallic n. Celtic language (now extinct) of ancient Gaul …   English contemporary dictionary

  • Gaulish — noun the Celtic language of the ancient Gauls. adjective relating to the ancient Gauls …   English new terms dictionary

  • gaulish — gaul·ish …   English syllables

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