So, the Britons did wear plaid, but not in any special way. The concept of Welsh tartans is very new, but give it ten years and it will be the ‘ancient custom’ of Welsh family tartans. I have no problem with it. If a Hungarian family wishes to produce a tartan for themselves and wear kilts (‘cilts’ in Wales), why not?
Also know, what do you call a men’s skirt?
While this term usually applies to the Scottish skirts worn by men, it applies in general as well. Kilt comes from Scandinavian languages to Middle English meaning to tuck up around the body. Egyptian kilts are generally called shendjyt (or shendyt), but in most references the word is followed by kilt.