You have the kilt at every turn, in every tartan, and often in no tartan at all.
He's up to his neck in Irish things, and speaks Gaelic and wears an Irish kilt.
An' poor Tim was kilt the way he wouldn't tell o' the boys that did it.
Oh, Biddy, Biddy, your darlint is going to be kilt entoirely!
We have a way of belting on the kilt in real Argile I have seen nowhere else.
But the thought of gettin' kilt before ever I'd made you Mrs. Murphy was too much for me.
(He had never anticipated any satisfaction in wearing a kilt).
Oh, my weans, my weans, who'll care for you now when they've kilt your da?
The sarong is more to the Malay than is the kilt to the Scotchman.
Why, she actually tells me that the natives still wear the kilt!