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- adj. Of or pertaining to both the Celtic and Germanic peoples.
- adj. Of, being, or pertaining to an artistic style developed in northern and western Europe between the fifth and ninth centuries characterised primarily by the use of recognisable human or animal structures interlaced into complex designs and patterns, chiefly found in Christian illuminated manuscripts of Britain and Ireland.
On the other hand, Jackson’s proclamation of December 1832, owes much to his Secretary of State, Edward Livingston, of Scotch, Dutch and Anglo-Saxon derivation ie., Celto-Germanic.
It’s more obvious what’s going on when I run into talk of “Celto-Germanic unity.”