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English - Etymology

From Old English _pipe_, from Vulgar Latin _*pipa_.

From Old English pipe, from Vulgar Latin *pipa.

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English - Pronunciation

* (UK) IPA(key): /pʌɪp/ * (US) IPA(key): /paɪp/ * Rhymes: -aɪp

  • (UK) IPA(key): /pʌɪp/
  • (US) IPA(key): /paɪp/
  • Rhymes: -aɪp

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English - Noun

PIPE (_plural_ PIPES) * (heading) _Wind instrument._ * (music) A wind instrument consisting of a tube, often lined with holes to allow for adjustment in pitch, sounded by blowing into the tube. [from 10thc.] * (music) A hollow tube used to produce sound in an organ; an organ pipe. [from 14thc.] * The key or sound of the voice. [from 16thc.] (Can we find and add a quotation of Shakespeare to this entry?) * A high-pitched sound, especially of a bird. [from 18thc.] * Alfred Tennyson (1809-1892) the earliest PIPE of half-awakened birds * (heading) _Hollow conduit._ * A rigid tube that transports water, steam, or other fluid, as used in plumbing and numerous other applications. [from 10thc.] * A tubular passageway in the human body; the windpipe, a blood vessel. [from 14thc.] * (Australia, colloquial, now historical) An anonymous satire or essay, insulting and frequently libellous, written on a piece of paper which was rolled up and left somewhere public where it could be found and thus spread, to embarrass the author's enemies. [from 19thc.] * 1818 September 26, _Sydney Gazette_, on William Bland being convicted of libelling Governor Macquarie in a PIPE, quoted in 2004, Michael Connor (editor), _More Pig Bites Baby! Stories from Australia′s First Newspaper_, Vol.2 (Duffy and Snellgrove, ISBN 1-876631-91-0): yet, it is much to be hoped, that from his example _PIPE-making_ will in future be reposed solely in the hands of Mr. William Cluer[an earthenware pipe maker] of the Brickfield Hill. * (idiomatic, slang) A man's penis. * 2006, Monique A. Williams, _Neurotica: an Honest Examination Into Urban Sexual Relations_, p.7: He grabs my legs and throws them over his shoulders, putting his big PIPE inside me […] * 2010, Eric Summers, _Teammates_, p.90: He punctuated his demand with a deep thrust up CJ's hole. His giant PIPE drove almost all the way in, pulsing against his fingers beside it. * 2011, Mickey Erlach, _Gym Buddies & Buff Boys_, p.64: He laughed as he knelt down between Duncan's splayed thighs and tore open a packaged condom, then rolled it down over his big fuck-PIPE. * (heading) _Container._ * A large container for storing liquids or foodstuffs; now especially, a vat or cask of wine or cider. [from 14thc.] * 1846, Edgar Allan Poe, ‘The Cask of Amontillado’: I said to him — “My dear Fortunato, you are luckily met. How remarkably well you are looking to-day! But I have received a PIPE of what passes for Amontillado, and I have my doubts.” * The contents of such a vessel, as a liquid measure; sometimes set at 126 wine gallons; half a tun. [from 14thc.] * 1882, James Edwin Thorold Rogers, _A History of Agriculture and Prices in England_, p.205: Again, by 28 Hen. VIII, cap. 14, it is re-enacted that the tun of wine should contain 252 gallons, a butt of Malmsey 126 gallons, a PIPE 126 gallons, a tercian or puncheon 84 gallons, a hogshead 63 gallons, a tierce 41 gallons, a barrel 31.5 gallons, a rundlet 18.5 gallons. * (heading) _Something resembling a tube._ * Decorative edging stitched to the hems or seams of an object made of fabric (clothing, hats, pillows, curtains, etc.); often a contrasting color. [from 15thc.] * (mining) An elongated or irregular body or vein of ore. [from 17thc.] * (geology) A vertical conduit through the Earth's crust below a volcano, through which magma has passed; often filled with volcanic breccia. [from 19thc.] * (heading) _In computing._ * The character |. [from 20thc.] * A mechanism that enables one program to communicate with

pipe (plural pipes)

  1. (heading) Wind instrument.
    1. (music) A wind instrument consisting of a tube, often lined with holes to allow for adjustment in pitch, sounded by blowing into the tube. [from 10thc.]
    2. (music) A hollow tube used to produce sound in an organ; an organ pipe. [from 14thc.]
    3. The key or sound of the voice. [from 16thc.]
      (Can we find and add a quotation of Shakespeare to this entry?)
    4. A high-pitched sound, especially of a bird. [from 18thc.]
  2. (heading) Hollow conduit.
    1. A rigid tube that transports water, steam, or other fluid, as used in plumbing and numerous other applications. [from 10thc.]
    2. A tubular passageway in the human body; the windpipe, a blood vessel. [from 14thc.]
    3. (Australia, colloquial, now historical) An anonymous satire or essay, insulting and frequently libellous, written on a piece of paper which was rolled up and left somewhere public where it could be found and thus spread, to embarrass the author's enemies. [from 19thc.]
    4. (idiomatic, slang) A man's penis.
  3. (heading) Container.
    1. A large container for storing liquids or foodstuffs; now especially, a vat or cask of wine or cider. [from 14thc.]
    2. The contents of such a vessel, as a liquid measure; sometimes set at 126 wine gallons; half a tun. [from 14thc.]
  4. (heading) Something resembling a tube.
    1. Decorative edging stitched to the hems or seams of an object made of fabric (clothing, hats, pillows, curtains, etc.); often a contrasting color. [from 15thc.]
    2. (mining) An elongated or irregular body or vein of ore. [from 17thc.]
    3. (geology) A vertical conduit through the Earth's crust below a volcano, through which magma has passed; often filled with volcanic breccia. [from 19thc.]
    4. (heading) In computing.
      1. The character |. [from 20thc.]
      2. A mechanism that enables one program to communicate with
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English - Verb

PIPE (_third-person singular simple present_ PIPES, _present participle_ PIPING, _simple past and past participle_ PIPED) * (transitive) To convey or transport (something) by means of pipes. * (transitive) To install or configure with pipes. * (intransitive) To play music on a pipe instrument, such as a bagpipe. * (nautical) To signal or order by a note pattern on a bosun's pipe. * (transitive, figuratively) To lead or conduct as if by pipes, especially by wired transmission. * (transitive) To decorate with piping. * 1998, Merehurst Staff, Nicholas Lodge, Janice Murfitt, Graham Tann, _The international school of sugarcraft: Beginners_ (page 108) This means a quantity of runouts can be made in advance, allowing more time to flat ice and PIPE the cake. * (transitive) To dab away moisture from. * 1883: Robert Louis Stevenson, _Treasure Island_ Our chimney was a square hole in the roof: it was but a little part of the smoke that found its way out, and the rest eddied about the house, and kept us coughing and PIPING the eye. * To shout loudly and at high pitch. * 1922, Virginia Woolf, _Jacob's Room_ Chapter 2 "Ar-cher! Ja-cob!" Johnny PIPED after her, pivoting round on his heel * (transitive, computing, chiefly Unix) To directly feed (the output of one program) as input to another program, indicated by the pipe character at the command line. * To emit or have a shrill sound like that of a pipe; to whistle. * Wordsworth oft in the PIPING shrouds * To become hollow in the process of solidifying; said of an ingot of metal. DERIVED TERMS * pipe down * pipe up

pipe (third-person singular simple present pipes, present participle piping, simple past and past participle piped)

  1. (transitive) To convey or transport (something) by means of pipes.
  2. (transitive) To install or configure with pipes.
  3. (intransitive) To play music on a pipe instrument, such as a bagpipe.
  4. (nautical) To signal or order by a note pattern on a bosun's pipe.
  5. (transitive, figuratively) To lead or conduct as if by pipes, especially by wired transmission.
  6. (transitive) To decorate with piping.
  7. (transitive) To dab away moisture from.
  8. To shout loudly and at high pitch.
  9. (transitive, computing, chiefly Unix) To directly feed (the output of one program) as input to another program, indicated by the pipe character at the command line.
  10. To emit or have a shrill sound like that of a pipe; to whistle.
  11. To become hollow in the process of solidifying; said of an ingot of metal.

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English - See Also

* brier

Que a categoria em FRENCH - PRONUNCIATION
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French - Pronunciation

* IPA(key): /pip/

  • IPA(key): /pip/

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French - Etymology 1

From verb _piper_ NOUN PIPE f (_plural_ PIPES) * tobacco pipe * (vulgar) fellatio * _Faire une PIPE._ * _Tailler une PIPE._

From verb piper

Noun

pipe f (plural pipes)

  1. tobacco pipe
  2. (vulgar) fellatio

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French - Etymology 2

From English NOUN PIPE m (_plural_ PIPES) * the pipe symbol (|)

From English

Noun

pipe m (plural pipes)

  1. the pipe symbol (|)

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* “pipe” in _le Trésor de la langue française informatisé_ (_The Digitized Treasury of the French Language_).

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Italian - Noun

PIPE f * plural form of _pipa_

pipe f

  1. plural form of pipa

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Italian - Anagrams

* pepi

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Jèrriais - Noun

PIPE f (_plural_ PIPES) * 120 gallons

pipe f (plural pipes)

  1. 120 gallons

Que a categoria em NORWEGIAN BOKMÅL - ETYMOLOGY
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Norwegian Bokmål - Etymology

From Old Norse _pípa_

From Old Norse pípa

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Norwegian Bokmål - Noun

PIPE f, m (_definite singular_ PIPA _or_ PIPEN, _indefinite plural_ PIPER, _definite plural_ PIPENE) * a chimney * (smoking) a pipe * an organ pipe

pipe f, m (definite singular pipa or pipen, indefinite plural piper, definite plural pipene)

  1. a chimney
  2. (smoking) a pipe
  3. an organ pipe

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Norwegian Bokmål - References

* “pipe” in _The Bokmål Dictionary_.

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Norwegian Nynorsk - Etymology

From Old Norse _pípa_

From Old Norse pípa

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Norwegian Nynorsk - Noun

PIPE f (_definite singular_ PIPA, _indefinite plural_ PIPER, _definite plural_ PIPENE) * a chimney * (smoking) a pipe * an organ pipe

pipe f (definite singular pipa, indefinite plural piper, definite plural pipene)

  1. a chimney
  2. (smoking) a pipe
  3. an organ pipe

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* “pipe” in _The Nynorsk Dictionary_.

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Portuguese - Noun

PIPE m (_uncountable_) * (computing) pipe (the redirection of the output of a process directly into the input of another)

pipe m (uncountable)

  1. (computing) pipe (the redirection of the output of a process directly into the input of another)


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