kilt, qat-qat taxli yubka
Noun(1) a knee-length pleated tartan skirt worn by men as part of the traditional dress in the Highlands of northern Scotland
(1) A Scottish kid in a kilt (he said it helped him get rides) disappeared up the Copland Pass trailhead.(2) Thank goodness Scotland invented tartan and the kilt and not the nylon shirt or the polyester jacket.(3) First, he insults the national dress of Scotland by wearing that skirt masquerading as a kilt at the Tartan Day celebrations in New York.(4) He borrowed a kilt from a Scottish friend and, wearing just that and his work boots, went into the office with the bottle of whisky.(5) There was a time in the 80's when it looked as if the clans were gathering again to avenge Glencoe, so ubiquitous was the tartan kilt .(6) In this way, the entire Scottish nation adopted the bogus Highland symbols of kilt and tartan.(7) This pleased Ritchie, who can don his kilt by claiming Scottish kin in the form of a grandfather who served in the Seaforth Highlanders.(8) In another corner small girls in kilts and black waistcoats were doing sword dances to pipe music.(9) I looked longingly at my breeches, but picked up the next best thing, one of the long kilted skirts I used for riding.(10) The venerable Leith-based firm, best known for its Highland dress, kilts and tartans, boosted sales by around Ôö¼├║4m from its pool of more than 80 menswear outlets in Japanese department stores last year.(11) By the time you read this, I will have Stripped the Willow and done the best approximation I can to the Dashing White Sergeant, as I ring out the old century with fellow kilted revellers in St Andrews.(12) What most people associate with ├ö├ç├┐Scottishness├ö├ç├û - tartan kilts , whisky, bagpipes and tossing the caber - are traditions descended from the Gaelic Highlands.(13) We are back to that old business of trying to create a new image of Scotland because foreigners, bless'em, think of the auld country only in terms of kilts and tartan and all that old-fashioned stuff.(14) On Labor Day, Heather and Ted were married aboard the Queen Mary in a lavish ceremony replete with Edwardian-era costumes, bagpipers and Scottish kilts for the groom and his friends.(15) The abstract elements of beadwork patterns play a key role in flagging difference - like the tartan kilts of Scottish clans.(16) Inevitably - for the museum will cater to the tourist as much to the home-based enthusiast, one gallery is devoted to the Highland soldier whose kilts and tartans turned him into a romantic cult.
(1) kilt :: kilt
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