- a pipe for conveying water.
- a smoking apparatus, as a hookah or narghile, in which the smoke is drawn through a container of water and cooled before reaching the mouth.
Origin of water pipe
Examples from the Web for water-pipe
Historical Examples of water-pipe
A quick movement up the water-pipe, and his knee rested on the roof.The Forged Coupon and Other Stories
He felt safer in the amended suggestion that the object was a water-pipe.The Stoneground Ghost Tales
E. G. Swain
The boys, you know, refuse a pull at the water-pipe; defiles 'em, they say.The Carpet from Bagdad
They have a white man with them, and no doubt it was he who put them up to cutting the water-pipe.A Soldier's Daughter
G. A. Henty
His eye had been caught by the water-pipe at the side of the window.Mike
P. G. Wodehouse
- a pipe for water
- another name for hookah