Definition of Kelty
1. keltie [n KELTIES] - See also: keltie
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Literary usage of Kelty
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The Geology of Central and Western Fife and Kinross: Being a Description of by Archibald Geikie, Benjamin Nieve Peach (1900)
"... and kelty has in this way been added to the coal-producing area of the country. ii. ... AND kelty FIELDS. ..."
2. Practical Tunnelling by Frederick Walter Simms, Daniel Kinnear Clark (1896)
"There are two small tunnels immediately south of the kelty Tunnel (fig. 3, Plate XXIII.). One is the Corrie Tunnel, 440 yards long, which was commenced in ..."
3. Portland, Oregon, Its History and Builders: In Connection with the by Joseph Gaston (1911)
"Mr. Riesland was married April 28, 1903, to Miss Emily Queen kelty, of Portland, a niece of the late Harvey Scott, of whom a record appears on another page ..."
4. A Descriptive Catalogue of Friends' Books: Or Books Written by Members of by Joseph Smith (1867)
"The Catacombs, an Allegory, taken from a work of the last century ; and edited by Mary Ann kelty. London : Charles Gilpin, 5, ..."