22 definitions by GalaicoWarrior

An ancient P-Celtic language spoken in Gaul, even though there were traces of Q-Celtic speakers in Gaul who were the Goidels that settled in Aquitania in moderm N. W. France.
Gaulish, Brythonic, Lepontic, Noric and Galatian are P-Celtic.
It took 3 Romans to beat a Gaulish Celt in battle.
by GalaicoWarrior May 18, 2010