Picts

Picts, a race of people now believed to be of Celtic origin, that from 296 to 844 inhabited the NE. of Caledonia from the Forth to the Pentland Firth, and were divided into northern and southern by the Grampians, while the W. of the country, or Argyll, was occupied by the Dalriads or Scots from Ireland, who eventually gained the ascendency over them, to their amalgamation into one nation.

Definition taken from The Nuttall Encyclopædia, edited by the Reverend James Wood (1907)

Picton, Sir Thomas * Picts' Houses
Pibroch
Picador
Picardy
Piccolomini
Pichegru, Charles
Pickwick, Samuel
Pico
Pico della Miran`dolo
Picquart, Colonel
Picton, Sir Thomas
Picts
Picts' Houses
Pied Piper of Hamelin
Piedmont
Pierce, Franklin
Pieria
Pierides
Piers Plowman, Vision of
Pietà
Pietermaritzburg
Pietists

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Picts in Brewer’s Dictionary of Phrase & Fable

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