(Old Testament) the 2nd king of the Israelites; as a young shepherd he fought Goliath (a giant Philistine warrior) and killed him by hitting him in the head with a stone flung from a sling; he united Israel with Jerusalem as its capital; many of the Psalms are attributed to David (circa 1000-962 BC)
French neoclassical painter who actively supported the French Revolution (1748-1825)
(n.) One of an order of priests which in ancient times existed among certain branches of the Celtic race, especially among the Gauls and Britons.
(n.) A member of a social and benevolent order, founded in London in 1781, and professedly based on the traditions of the ancient Druids. Lodges or groves of the society are established in other countries.