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Plaid may refer to:
- A plaid/plæd/(PLAD) is a cloth made with a tartan pattern wrapped around the waist and cast over the shoulder and fastened at the front. The literal Gaelic meaning is "blanket".
- A plaid shirt, typically of flannel worn during the winter.
- The belted plaid or "great kilt", earlier form of the kilt.
- Plaid is used as a synonym for tartan in North America.
- Tartan: "plaid" is the North American term for this textile pattern.
- Plaid (band), a British electronic music duo, taking their name from the Welsh word for party
- Plaid (album), an album by guitarist Blues Saraceno
- Plaid Cymru, the largest political party advocating independence for Wales
- Plaid (programming language), a new general-purpose object-oriented computer programming language
- Plaid, a fictional color in Vernor Vinge's novel A Deepness in the Sky
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