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Gallaic rate
(Adjective) Pertaining to the ancient Gallaeci of the Halstatt Culture that settled in modern Galicia, W. Asturias and N. Portugal.
Language of the Q-Celtic branch.
Usage: Gallaecia, home of the Gallaic Celts.

Gallaic rate
(Noun) An archaic Q-Celtic language such as Goidelic and Celtiberian spoken by the ancient Gallaeci also known as the Gallaikoi or the Gallaecians.
Usage: Gallaic is actually being reconstructed by Vincent F. Pintado, founder of the Gallaic Revival Movement.

Gallaic rate
(Noun) An extinct language that evolved into primitive Irish Gaelic circa 500 BC.

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