A list of words related to the Gaulish Polytheist practice of Tegoslougos Nemotarvos. These encompass practical ritual use, as well as religious concepts. Words with an asterisk proceeding them are reconstructions.
Dêwos, Dêwoi: God, Gods
Dêwa, Dêwas: Goddess, Goddesses
Diastus: The way of things. Set into motion by ritual.
Uîros: Truth. (Though also means “man”.)
Samos: Summer. Principle of light, and of the celestial.
Giamos: Winter. Principle of dark, and of the chthonic.
Adbertâ: Offering, sacrifice, libation.
Delwâ: Image. Idol, visual focal point of worship.
Uedîu: To invoke (in prayer or ritual).
Noibos: Sacred, holy.
Îuos: Feast, festival.
*Noiboclaros: Sacred table (indoor altar).
Liccâ: Flat stone (outdoor altar).
Senobessus: Old Custom. A popular name for Gaulish Polytheism.
Galatis: A Gaul. Today, a Gaulish Polytheist.
Galatîs: Plural of Galatis.
Uelitâ/os: Seer, diviner, taker of omens.
Druid: Druid. Educated in law, philosophy, religion, magic, astronomy, healing, etc.
Maniaces: Torc. An important piece of Gaulish (amongst other Iron Age Celtic peoples) jewelry.
Nemeton: Sanctuary, place of worship.
Brogilos: Grove. Literally “little forest”.
Most of these words came from Xavier Delamarre’s ‘Dictionnaire de la Langue Gauloise‘.
Some came from the Labarish Etymological Dictionary compiled by Clutorix.
Segomâros Widugeni has a good article on the Nemeton that can be found on his blog.