Definition of Ceilis

1. ceili [n] - See also: ceili



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Ceilis

ceilers
ceili
ceilidh
ceilidh dance
ceilidhean
ceilidhs
ceiling
ceiling fan
ceiling function
ceiling functions
ceiling value
ceilinged
ceilingless
ceilinglike
ceilings
ceilis (current term)
ceilometer
ceilometers
ceils
ceinture
ceintures
cejkaite
cel
celB endoglucanase
cel shading
celadon
celadonite
celadons
celandine
celandine poppy

Literary usage of Ceilis

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1. Adventure Guide to Ireland by Tina Neylon (2004)
"They also have pubs with traditional music sessions and ceilis (literally translated as "dance gatherings"), especially during the summer season. ..."

2. Origines Islandicae: A Collection of the More Important Sagas and Other by Frederick York Powell, Guðbrandur Vigfússon (1905)
"He dwelt at Middle-fell. From him are the HORN-FRITH-MEN come. 4. Hrod-laug was the father of Ozur ceilis-Elk, that had to wife ..."

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