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Term: Q-Celtic

DEFINITION:
The Goidelic or ancient Gaelic language from which Old Irish evolved and developed into Middle Irish, and then Modern Irish, Gaelic (Scots Gaelic) and Manx Gaelic. Irish calls "four" and "five" ceathair and cuig (ka-her and koo-eeg), Scots Gaelic calls them ceithair and coig (keh-her and koyk).
SOURCE:  The Truth About Druids, Tadhg MacCrossan
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