A large purse or pouch made of skin with the hair or fur on, worn in front of the kilt by Highlanders when in full dress.
a gentleman's leather or fur pouch used for carrying small articles, similar in function to a lady's purse or a hiker's hip pack, which is fastened around the waist with a chain or straps so as to hang down in front of the kilt
A purse made of leather, sealskin, badger or other animal fur
The pouch worn in the front of the kilt, which serves as a pocket. The sporran is worn about a hand's breadth below your belt.
a fur or leather pouch worn at the front of the kilt by Scottish Highlanders
a furry pouch worn around the waist over a kilt
a pouch of leather, covered with fur and decorated with tassels
a Scottish sort of purse, worn on a belt around the waist (when wearing kilt etc
a very visible, finishing touch to your Highland Dress, and as such, should be of the highest standard
man's purse, worn around the waist.
Scots, a purse or small sack of leather or fur skin usually carried from the belt in front of the kilt
large purse or pouch usually made of leather or animal fur, attached to waist in front of the kilt when in full dress
A Sporran is a pouch (the word is simply the Scottish Gaelic for 'purse'), now a decorative part of Highland dress but originally an everyday practical item, made of leather or fur, usually with more or less elaborate silver or other ornamentation, especially on the clasp or hanger. It is worn on a chain or belt around the waist, allowing the sporran to lie below the waist of the person wearing a kilt. Since the traditional kilt does not have pockets, the sporran serves as a wallet and container for any other necessary personal items (such as a hip-flask).