Glossary: Kilts and kilting
The Faelschan wear something very like a kilt; I’m not sure if Dram has remembered to mention that. And when I say a kilt, I mean a kilt of the traditional kind, a single long heavy length of cloth, one end wrapped securely around the waist (with pleats for ease of movement – one of the meanings of the verb to kilt is to do with arranging in pleats), the other worn around the shoulders or the head, depending on just how foul the weather is. As to kilting, the other meaning is to do with gathering up a long skirt or robe to leave the lower legs free.