Definition of Celtic cross in English:

Celtic cross

Syllabification: Celt·ic cross


  • A Latin cross with a circle around the center.
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    • He may process with a Celtic cross and sing a rock version of the Agnus Dei.
    • The white sand, holding more than 100 lit tapers, rests in a box shaped like a Celtic cross.
    • They now take their eternal rest there with members of their family under a Celtic cross in Calvary Cemetery, erected by this writer in 1969.

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Pronunciation: grəʊˈtɛskəri
grotesque quality or grotesque things collectively

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