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    James Hogg wearin a maad.

    A mawd is a garment at is sic-like tiv a blanket that is woven iv a pattren o smaa black an white checks. It wes a common kind o riggin i the soothren coonties o Scotland an northren coonties o Ingland til the forst pairt 20t century. The mawd is ne langer worn amang common foaks but Northumbrian pipers de still wear them the day.


    The mawd wes ken'd bi mony nyems i different pairts o soothren Scotlan an noorthren Ingland. It wes knawn as a 'maud' or 'mawd' i soothren Scotland an northren Jngland but 'maad' i pairts o Scotland an Northumberland an a, 'mad' i Lancashire an 'maund' i West Yorkshire. Iv its lang form it wes caa'd a 'shepherd's mawd', i Northumberland, a 'herd's mawd', an i pairts o sooth-west Scotland, a Moffat maud.