Words for dry land in Celtic languages.
|Proto-Celtic||*tīros = dry land|
|Old Irish (Goídelc)||tír = land, country, territory, ground|
|Irish (Gaeilge)||tír [tʲiːɾʲ] = land, country, state, nation; region, district, territory|
|Scottish Gaelic (Gàidhlig)||tìr [tʲiːrʲ] = land, country, territory|
|Manx (Gaelg)||çheer = country, state, shore, home, land, territory|
|Proto-Brythonic||*tir [ˈtiːr] = land|
|Old Welsh||tir = land|
|Middle Welsh (Kymraec)||tir = land|
|Welsh (Cymraeg)||tir [tiːr] = land, ground, soil, turf; estate, landed property; open land, expanse of country, region, territory, domain, country, (the) earth; ridge|
|Old Cornish||tir = land|
|Cornish (Kernewek)||tir [ti:r] = land|
|Old Breton||tir = land|
|Breton (Brezhoneg)||tir = land|
Etymology: from the Proto-Indo-European *ters- (dry), which is also the root of the Latin terra (dry land) [source].
Words marked with a * are reconstructions.