22 definitions by GalaicoWarrior

The N. W. region of Spain were the ancient Gallaeci of the Halstatt Culture settled circa 600bC. Gallaic was the Q-Celtic language spoken by the Gallaeci.
Famous for the Santiago pilgrimage.
Land of the Milesian Gaels.
The Milesian Gaels sailed from Galicia to Ireland.
by GalaicoWarrior May 17, 2010
The P-Celtic language spoken by the Galatae in ancient Galatia in modern Turkey.
A Celt from Galatia.
Galatian, Gaulish, Noric and Lepontic are P-Celtic languages.
by GalaicoWarrior May 19, 2010
An ancient P-Celtic language spoken by the Leponti in modern N. Italy.
Lepontic, Gaulish, Noric and Galatian are P-Celtic languages.
by GalaicoWarrior May 22, 2010
The people and language of Galicia in N. W. Spain.
Descendents of the ancient Gallaeci Celts of the Halstatt Culture that settled in Gallaecia circa 600bC.
Gallaic was the archaic Q-Celtic language spoken by the Gallaeci.
Gallaic is similar to Goidelic and Celtiberian.
Galician is the language and people of Galicia.
by GalaicoWarrior May 17, 2010
The Gallaic king of ancient Gallaecia in modern parts of Galicia, W. Asturias and N. Portugal.
Breoghan MacBratha is the modern Gaelic name.
The king of the Gallaeci was Briganos Maccos Brattae.
by GalaicoWarrior May 19, 2010
Celtic king of Galicia, also known as Breoghan macBratha.
Breganos maccos Bratus was a Milesian.
by GalaicoWarrior May 25, 2008
An ancient scripture found mainly in Celtic nations.
Ogham is "occman" in Primitive Celtic.
Primitive Irish was written in ogham.
by GalaicoWarrior May 15, 2010