dudeen
noun Etymology: Irish dúidín, diminutive of dúd pipe Date: 1841 a short tobacco pipe made of clay

New Collegiate Dictionary. 2001.

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  • Dudeen — Du*deen , n. A short tobacco pipe. [Written also {dudheen}.] [Irish] [1913 Webster] …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • dudeen — [do͞o dēn′, tho͞odēn′] n. [< Ir dūidīn, a little pipe < dūd, a pipe] Irish a short stemmed clay tobacco pipe …   English World dictionary

  • dudeen — /dooh deen /, n. a short clay tobacco pipe. [1835 45; < Ir dúidín, equiv. to dúd pipe + ín dim. suffix] * * * …   Universalium

  • dudeen — noun A short stemmed Irish pipe made out of clay. Anglicisation of Irish word dúidín …   Wiktionary

  • dudeen — n. clay tobacco pipe with a short stem …   English contemporary dictionary

  • dudeen — du·deen …   English syllables

  • dudeen — du•deen [[t]duˈdin[/t]] n. a short clay tobacco pipe • Etymology: 1835–45; < Ir dúidín=dúd pipe + ín dim. suffix …   From formal English to slang

  • dudeen — /duˈdin/ (say dooh deen) noun an Irish short clay tobacco pipe. {Irish Gaelic duídín, diminutive of dúd pipe} …   Australian English dictionary

  • dudeen — noun a clay pipe with a short stem • Hypernyms: ↑clay pipe …   Useful english dictionary

  • dudheen — Dudeen Du*deen , n. A short tobacco pipe. [Written also {dudheen}.] [Irish] [1913 Webster] …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

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