súgán

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súgán

(ˈsuːɡɑːn)
n
1. (Textiles) a straw rope
2. (Furniture) súgán chair a chair with a seat made from woven súgáns
[Irish Gaelic]
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In the West, they are referred to as "sugans," and in other parts of the country they are called "haps" or "hired man's quilts." The latter term suggests that they were strictly utilitarian and not good enough for the full members of the family.
(18) A sugan from Montana made around 1930 is very similar: it has hemstitching around rectangular wool patches.