(kĕlt, sĕlt) also Kelt (kĕlt) noun. One of an Indo-European people originally of central Europe and spreading to western Europe, the British Isles, and southeast to Galatia during pre-Roman times, especially a Briton or Gaul, (orang) Celt.
(kĕlʹtĭk, sĕlʹ-) also Keltic (kĕlʹ-) noun. Abbr. C. A subfamily of the Indo-European language family comprising the Brittonic and the Goidelic branches, (language) bahasa Celt.