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What is the Irish word meaning pipe?

Question #17450. Asked by Hilda.

Barrow boy
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Barrow boy
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Answer has 2 votes.
The traditional clay pipe was known as a 'duidin', pronounced 'dudeen' and found in the English dicionary under this spelling.

See link http://www.lingford.co.uk/clay-pipe/

Mar 18 2002, 2:29 PM
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