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A druid was priest of the religion of the ancient Celts.
Druid can also refer to:
- Druidess (Celtic Mythology)
- A member of the Ancient Order of Druids, a social service organisation.
- Neo-druidism, a variety of modern spiritual or religious practices, appealing to perceived aspects of ancient Druidic practice.
- Druid (character class), a character that represents a magical priest of nature in role-playing games
- Druid (Dungeons & Dragons), a character class in Dungeons & Dragons
- a rank within the Gorsedd of Bards.
- Druid (band), a British progressive rock band from the late 1970s
- Druids (film), a 2001 film about a Gallic druid resisting the Roman armies
- Druid (open-source data store)
- Druid Theatre Company, a Theatre company in Galway, Ireland.
- Druid (video game), a computer game for the Amstrad CPC, Commodore 64, and ZX Spectrum
- Shannara Druids, an order of historians, philosophers, magic-users, teachers and researchers in the Shannara series of fantasy novels by Terry Brooks
- In software, another name for a wizard, a user interface function that leads a user through a series of steps
- USS Druid (SP-321), a United States Navy patrol vessel in commission from 1917 to 1919
- Druides - a WWII spy ring led by Georges Lamarque that provided V-1 and V-2 Intelligence.
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