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Definitions of druids in various dictionaries:
noun - a pre-Christian priest among the Celts of ancient Gaul and Britain and Ireland
adj - one of an ancient Celtic order of priests [n -S] : DRUIDIC
DRUIDS - A druid (Welsh: derwydd; Old Irish: druí; Scottish Gaelic: draoidh) was a member of the high-ranking professional class in ancient Celtic cultures. ...
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|Possible Jeopardy Clues|
|The priestly upper caste of the ancient Celts, they often held ceremonies in oak groves|
|Members of this ancient Celtic order served as judges as well as priests|
|No one knows why Stonehenge was built, but these Celtic priests usually & incorrectly get credit for it|
|These priestly Celts instituted sacrificial May bonfires to ensure successful planting & rich harvests|
|Taking their name from words meaning "oak" & "wizard", they were the priestly upper caste of the ancient Celts|
|Celts were divided into social classes such as warriors, commoners & this priestly class, performers of religious rituals|
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|Plural form of druid.|
|a priest, magician, or soothsayer in the ancient Celtic religion.|
|A priest, magician, or soothsayer in the ancient Celtic religion.|
|Druids might refer to|
A Druid (Welsh: derwydd; Old Irish: druí; Scottish Gaelic: draoidh) was a member of the high-ranking professional class in ancient Celtic cultures. While perhaps best remembered as religious leaders, they were also legal authorities, adjudicators, lorekeepers, medical professionals, and political advisors. While the druids are reported to have been literate, they are believed to have been prevented by doctrine from recording their knowledge in written form, thus they left no written accounts of themselves. They are however attested in some detail by their contemporaries from other cultures, such as the Romans and the Greeks.|
* The earliest known references to the druids date to the fourth century BCE and the oldest detailed description comes from Julius Caesar's Commentarii de Bello Gallico (50s BCE). They were also described by later Greco-Roman writers such as Cicero, Tacitus, and Pliny the Elder. Following the Roman invasion of Gaul, the druid orders were suppressed by the Roman gover