The lèine bhàn, literally meaning White Shirt (in Scottish Gaelic), was a distinctive smock which trangressors of ecclesiastical law, in Scotland, were at one time obliged to wear in church during public worship on one or more Sundays – also called gùn odhar (dun gown), and gùn na h-eaglaise (church gown).
This article incorporates text from "Dwelly's [Scottish] Gaelic Dictionary" (1911). (Léine bhàn)
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