a woolen or worsted cloth woven with stripes of different colors and widths crossing at right angles, worn chiefly by the Scottish Highlanders, each clan having its own distinctive plaid.
a design of such a plaid known by the name of the clan wearing it.
of, relating to, or resembling tartan.
made of tartan.
a design of straight lines, crossing at right angles to give a chequered appearance, esp the distinctive design or designs associated with each Scottish clan: the Buchanan tartan
(as modifier): a tartan kilt
a woollen fabric or garment with this design
the tartan, Highland dress
a single-masted vessel used in the Mediterranean, usually with a lateen sail
A simple language proposed to meet the Ironman requirements.
[“TARTAN – Language Design for the Ironman Requirements: Reference Manual”, Mary Shaw et al, SIGPLAN Notices 13(9):36-58 (Sep 1978)].
an Assyrian word, meaning “the commander-in-chief.” (1.) One of Sennacherib’s messengers to Hezekiah (2 Kings 18:17). (2.) One of Sargon’s generals (Isa. 20:1).
noun 1. (derogatory) the excessive use of tartan and other Scottish imagery to produce a distorted sentimental view of Scotland and its history
noun 1. Dentistry. calculus (def 3). 2. the deposit from wines, potassium bitartrate. 3. the intermediate product of cream of tartar, obtained from the crude form, argol. noun, Obsolete. 1. Tartarus. noun 1. a member of any of the various tribes, chiefly Mongolian and Turkish, who, originally under the leadership of Genghis Khan, overran Asia […]
adjective, Chemistry. 1. tartrated.
adjective 1. (especially of fish) finely chopped and served raw (used postpositively): salmon tartare.