(comparative more druidic, superlative most druidic)
- Of or relating to the druids.
Variant of druid
a member of a literate and influential class in Celtic society that included priests, soothsayers, judges, poets, etc. in ancient Britain, Ireland, and France
Origin of druidFrench druide ; from Classical Latin druides, plural ; from Celtic as in Old Irish drūi ; from Indo-European an unverified form dru-wid-, literally , oak-wise (; from base an unverified form deru-, oak, tree + an unverified form wid-, know, wise)