Kilt ( noun , verb )

(As a noun)

Kilt ( noun )

A knee-length garment worn by men in Scotland, traditionally made of woolen cloth and worn with a belt and a sporran.

Origin:

The word kilt comes from the scottish word "kilt" which refers to a knee-length garment worn by men in scotland, traditionally made of woolen cloth and worn with a belt and a sporran. the word has been in use since the 16th century.

Examples:

  1. He wore a kilt to the Scottish festival.
  2. The kilt is a traditional Scottish garment.
  3. The kilts worn by the Scottish guards are made of a specific tartan.
  4. He purchased a kilt for his trip to Scotland.
  5. The kilt is worn with a belt and sporran.

(As a verb)

Kilt ( verb )

A knee-length garment worn by men in Scotland, traditionally made of woolen cloth and worn with a belt and a sporran.

Origin:

The word kilt comes from the scottish word "kilt" which refers to a knee-length garment worn by men in scotland, traditionally made of woolen cloth and worn with a belt and a sporran. the word has been in use since the 16th century.

Examples:

  1. He wore a kilt to the Scottish festival.
  2. The kilt is a traditional Scottish garment.
  3. The kilts worn by the Scottish guards are made of a specific tartan.
  4. He purchased a kilt for his trip to Scotland.
  5. The kilt is worn with a belt and sporran.
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