What are some Celtic words for 'children'?

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Irish Gaelic: gasúir; páistí; leanaí; clann

Scots Gaelic: clann

Welsh: plant
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What are some Celtic words for 'hello''?

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What are some Celtic words for 'green'?

Irish Gaelic would say glas as in Féar glas (green grass) but uaine (vivid green, verdant) is used for green as in clothing, etc. Scottish Gaelic uses uaine but glas means "grey". Glas actually encompasses green and grey in Irish. Manx: Welsh uses glas , gwyrdd and ir . (MORE)

What is the Celtic word for welcome?

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Did Celtic children go to school?

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What are some words for 'always' in the Celtic languages?

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What are some Celtic words for wolf?

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What is the Celtic word for Companion?

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What is the Celtic word for robin?

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What is the Celtic word for sank?

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What is the Celtic word for red?

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What is the Celtic word for war?

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What is the word for power in Celtic?

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What is the Celtic word for midnight?

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Did children farm in the Celtic times?

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What is the Celtic word for werewolf?

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What is the Celtic word for snow?

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What is the Celtic word for seeker?

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What jobs did children do in the Celtic era?

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What is the Celtic word for shade?

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What is the Celtic word for nomad?

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What is the Celtic word for guardian?

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