kilted

[ kil-tid ]
/ ˈkɪl tɪd /

adjective

wearing a kilt.
gathered in pleats; pleated.

Origin of kilted

First recorded in 1800–10; kilt + -ed3

Definition for kilted (2 of 2)

kilt

[ kilt ]
/ kɪlt /

noun

any short, pleated skirt, especially a tartan wraparound, as that worn by men in the Scottish Highlands.

verb (used with object)

to draw or tuck up, as the skirt, about oneself.
to provide (a skirt) with kilt pleats.

Origin of kilt

1300–50; Middle English kylte, perhaps < Scandinavian; compare Danish kilte to tuck up

Related forms

kilt·like, adjective
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British Dictionary definitions for kilted

kilt

/ (kɪlt) /

noun

a knee-length pleated skirt-like garment, esp one in tartan, as worn by men in Highland dress

verb (tr)

to tuck (a skirt) up around one's body
to put pleats in (cloth, a skirt, etc)

Derived Forms

kilted, adjectivekiltlike, adjective

Word Origin for kilt

C18: of Scandinavian origin; compare Danish kilte to tuck up, Old Swedish kilta lap
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