stroup

noun
\ˈstrüp\
plural -s

Definition of stroup 

1 dialectal, chiefly England : windpipe

2 chiefly Scottish : spout

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History and Etymology for stroup

Middle English stroupe, from Old Norse strūpi, strjūpi; akin to Norwegian dialect strop narrow opening, and probably to Greek stryphnos astringent

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