A plaid is a piece of cloth with boxed pattern, which is normally associated with the Scottish Highlanders (Bagpipers). There are four different kinds of plaids, such as Madras, Tartans, Glen Plaid, and Buffalo Check.
The word chow seems to have come into the English language in the nineteenth century when India was colonized. The word meant food and that is what is means colloquially.
Western European countries derived from the fragments of the former Roman Empire and of course their languages were base in the Latin language that was in use at the time.
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An African Creole is a language that is a mix between an African language and a completely unrelated language (usually French or English).
It came from Greece Plaid is a Gaelic word meaning 'blanket or mantle' and of unknown origin.
Plaid is a noun (a pattern) and an adjective (a plaid pattern).
I wouldn't... too much plaid
the plural of plaid is plaids...
Typically, It is a stereotype that country musicians wear plaid. No musicians are specifically known for wearing plaid, no matter it be plaid shirts or even plaid pants.
A shawl that is plaid.
plaid like a plaid skirt or top
Yes, of course you can wear plaid.
There are mostly plaid they can come in any pattern really they also have checkered!
Plaid Pantry was created in 1960.
Forever Plaid was created in 1990.