Pictish


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Pict·ish

 (pĭk′tĭsh)
adj.
Of or relating to the Picts or their language or culture.
n.
The language of the Picts, of uncertain affiliation, known chiefly from place names and extinct by the tenth century.

Pictish

(ˈpɪktɪʃ)
n
(Languages) the language of the Picts, of which few records survive. Its origins are much disputed and it was extinct by about 900 ad
adj
(Historical Terms) of or relating to the Picts

Pict•ish

(ˈpɪk tɪʃ)

n.
1. the sparsely attested language or languages of the Picts, elements of which are apparently akin to British Celtic.
adj.
2. of or pertaining to the Picts or their speech.
[1700–10]
Translations

Pictish

[ˈpɪktɪʃ]
A. ADJpicto
B. Npicto m

Pictish

adjpiktisch
n (Ling) → Piktisch nt
References in classic literature ?
And from there his eager, wandering priests carried the story far and wide, northward to the fortress of the Pictish kings, and southward to the wild Saxons who dwelt amid the hills and uplands of Northumbria.
LOST AND FOUND Some of Eric's finds, clockwise from top left, a Pictish hanging bowl, a button from Napoleonic wars, a gold sovereign and a Roman coin
Fife's James Yorkston, the Isle of Eigg's Johnny Lynch (aka The Pictish Trail) and Ireland's Seamus Fogarty all collaborated on each other's songs.
his was T in F maT larg draB sev ha slo The drawings include the largest collection of Pictish drawings in northern Europe.
Carvings include rare battle scenes, suggesting it marks a 10th century Pictish victory.
Be prepared this Christmas for"Rhynie Man" The men of the Aberdeenshire village are being pressed into posing for a calendar to raise enough money to bring home the original Rhynie Man, a carved Pictish stone currently languishing unloved and ignored in the foyer of Aberdeenshire Council concrete bunker of HQ in Aberdeen.
Thank heavens for Johnny Lynch, aka Fence Records' Pictish Trail, for doing a fine job of saving us from the madness of the Edinburgh Fringe.
ARCHAEOLOGISTS found the remains of what could be a member of early Pictish royalty at a dig in the heart of Aberdeenshire.
Martin Carruthers, archaeology lecturer at Orkney College, said: "What we may be looking at, provisionally at this stage, is evidence of early precolonisation of the Norse." He added: "Was it a violent, bloody, near genocidal wipe out of Pictish society, or may it have been a longer and a more peaceful interaction between one another?"
24 SAT PICTISH TRAIL Liquid Room When he's not living in a caravan with his girlfriend on the island of Eigg, Johnny Lynch - aka The Pictish Trail - can usually be found serenading bearded men in smallish clubs with his edgy indie-folk songs.
Johnny Lynch, from The Pictish Trail, said: "All of a sudden, there wasn't much Fife in Fence, or much Fence in Fife.