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  • I have on occasions seen people wearing large plastic rubbish bags with a hole for head as improvised rainwear, so I can definitely envisage using this word.

    October 11, 2009

  • It's Irish; try searching Google Books.

    "A toper there lived at Rashedag

    Who was so very fond of the wee jug

    His coat, hat, and sheen

    He'd sell for poteen,

    An' he went to the Mass with a keedug

    --Dugald MacFadyen, 1887, "Donegal Doggerel", Songs from the City, p. 192

    October 11, 2009

  • The only other two online references I found for this word have the identical definition as this one. This strikes me as a made-up word.

    October 11, 2009

  • A raincoat made from an old sack.

    February 15, 2008