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The words Celt and Celtic (also Keltic) can refer to:
- Celts, an ethnolinguistic group of tribal societies in Iron Age and Medieval Europe who spoke Celtic languages.
- Celts (modern), a modern cultural creation based on the older Celtic peoples.
- Celtic languages
- Celtic nations, the modern territories in North-West Europe where Celtic languages and cultural traits have survived
- Celtic F.C., a Scottish football club
- Boston Celtics, an American professional basketball team
- Belfast Celtic F.C., a former Northern Irish football club
- Bloemfontein Celtic F.C., a South African football club
- Dewsbury Celtic, an English rugby League club
- Donegal Celtic F.C., a Northern Irish football team
- Farsley Celtic A.F.C., an English football club
- Lurgan Celtic F.C., a Northern Irish football club
- Oban Celtic, a Scottish shinty club
- Stalybridge Celtic F.C., an English football club
- Celt (tool), a type of stone tool
- Celtic (ship), a number of ships
- Celtic music
- Celtic mythology
- Celtic Christianity
- The Celts (BBC documentary), a 1986 documentary series produced by the BBC on Celts
- The Celts (album), a 1992 album by Irish musician Enya
- Celtic Frost a metal band from Zürich, Switzerland
- Celtic boxing title, one of 3 "national titles" (British, English, Celtic) awarded by BBBofC
- Celtic button knot, a type of knot on a single rope that results in a spherical decorative stopper knot with hair braid / basket weave pattern.
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