[gey-lik] /ˈgeɪ lɪk/
a Celtic language that includes the speech of ancient Ireland and the dialects that have developed from it, especially those usually known as Irish, Manx, and . Gaelic constitutes the Goidelic subbranch of Celtic.
of or in Gaelic.
of or relating to the or their language.
any of the closely related languages of the Celts in Ireland, Scotland, or (formerly) the Isle of Man Compare Goidelic
of, denoting, or relating to the Celtic people of Ireland, Scotland, or the Isle of Man or their language or customs
1774 (adj.); 1775 (n.), earlier Gathelik (1590s), from Gael (Scottish Gaidheal; see Gael) + -ic.
For automated test programs. Used in military, essentially replaced by ATLAS.
- Gaelic coffee
noun 1. another name for Irish coffee
[geyl] /geɪl/ noun 1. a Scottish Celt or Highlander. 2. a Gaelic-speaking Celt. 1. (def 1). /ɡeɪl/ noun 1. a person who speaks a Gaelic language, esp a Highland Scot or an Irishman n. 1810, from Scottish Gaelic Gaidheal “member of the Gaelic race,” corresponding to Old Irish Goidhel (cf. Latin Gallus). The native name […]
/ˈɡaɪkwɑː/ noun 1. (history) the title of the ruler of the former native state of Baroda in India
[gal-uh k-tom-i-ter] /ˌgæl əkˈtɒm ɪ tər/ noun 1. a lactometer. /ˌɡæləkˈtɒmɪtə/ noun 1. an instrument, similar to a hydrometer, for measuring the relative density of milk. It is used to determine the fat content