Definition of uilleann pipes
: an Irish bagpipe with air supplied by a bellows held under and worked by the elbow
Origin and Etymology of uilleann pipes
uilleann from Irish, genitive singular of uillinn elbow, from Old Irish uilen; akin to Old English eln ell — more at ell
First Known Use: 1906
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