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The word kilt comes from the Scots word kilt, meaning to tuck up the clothes around the body. The Scots word derives from the Old Norse kjalta, from Norse settlers who wore a similar, non-tartan pleated garment. #Kilts #Irish #StPattysDay
'Mama, why Uncle Alistair is using skirt?' asked Gabriela. Sophia smiled, 'This is a Scottish kilt, fairy.' 'Well,' the little girl tilted her head from one side then to another. 'It does look like a skirt to me.'