Lists of English words of Celtic origin

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Lists of English words of Celtic origin refer to the English words which are derived from the Celtic origins. These are, for example, Common Brittonic, Gaulish, Irish, Scottish Gaelic, Welsh, or other languages.

Lists of English words derived from Celtic languages

See also

References

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