He put a pickle money in his sporran, and gave him a place a little way down his table.
He sprang up and thrust the stocking and needles into his sporran.
It's no a verra suitable dress for rinnin'—the spleughan—or "sporran," is it?
This must be the sporran following us close with grim disregard of danger.
I wonder if these bags are related to the sporran of the Highlanders.
At noon he sat down to eat his "piece," which he carried in his sporran.
They wear a tight coat, and in front of them hangs the sporran, a pocket made of white fur.
One of them dragged at the frogs of his kilt, and then at his "sporran."
Do the kilt and sporran bring in brawny youngsters of five-foot nine, and thirty-nine inch round the chest?
Its skin makes the “sporran” of the kilted Highlander, and its hair makes our shaving brushes.
1818, from Gaelic sporan, Irish sparan "purse," of uncertain origin. Familiarized by Walter Scott (first attested in "Rob Roy").