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  • Also feileadh-mor.

    "The féileadh-mór, or great kilt, was a length of tartan about sixteen feet long by five feet wide. The wearer spread it out on the ground on top of his belt, roughly pleating enough below the belt to cover the lower limbs between knee and waist, then lay down on it, fastened the belt and stood up."

    —William Donaldson, Pipers: A Guide to the Players and Music of the Highland Bagpipe (Edinburgh: Birlinn, 2005), 16

    July 27, 2008