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In the Isle of Skye, where, looking at names of prominent places alone, Norse derivatives are to Gaelic as 3 to 2, they are as 1 to 5 when names of insignificant places, untouched by Norse influence, are included.
Ripley, ; Wilser, , xiv. 494; Collignon, 1-20; Broca, ii. 689 ff.
If is from , "to raise," it may mean "the lofty," just as many savages call themselves "the men," . Rhŷs derives it from , "to slay," and gives it the sense of "warriors." See Holder, Stokes, 83. is from (Irish ), "bravery." Hence perhaps warriors."
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Huntington's The Clash of Civilizations (September 2001)
Broca assumed that the dark, brachycephalic people whom he identified with Caesar's "Celtae," differed from the Belgae, were conquered by them, and acquired the language of their conquerors, hence wrongly called Celtic by philologists. The Belgae were tall and fair, and overran Gaul, except Aquitaine, mixing generally with the Celtae, who in Caesar's time had thus an infusion of Belgic blood. But before this conquest, the Celtae had already mingled with the aboriginal dolichocephalic folk of Gaul, Iberians, or Mediterraneans of Professor Sergi. The latter had apparently remained comparatively pure from admixture in Aquitaine, and are probably the Aquitani of Caesar.