Definition of Celticist in US English:

Celticist

noun

  • See Celtic

    • ‘The articles also address current issues in linguistic theory so that Celticists and theoretical linguists alike find this book valuable.’
    • ‘On the issue of Celtic cognates, I would welcome a contribution by a competent Celticist, but I took a little time to look into the question on my own.’
    • ‘Modern Celticists know that the six Celtic nations have close links and parallel histories.’
    • ‘It is envisaged that these works will help regenerate interest in the field of historical verse among both Celticists and Medievalists in general.’
    • ‘The aim of the Journal was to provide a forum for Australian Celticists, both academics and community members.’

Pronunciation

Celticist

/ˈsel-/