water pipe


From The Collaborative International Dictionary of English v.0.48:

Hookah \Hook"ah\ (h[oo^]k"[.a]), n. [Per. or Ar. huqqa a round
   box or casket, a bottle through which the fumes pass when
   smoking tobacco.]
   A pipe with a long, flexible stem, so arranged that the smoke
   is cooled by being made to pass through water. Also called
   narghile and water pipe. The hubble-bubble is a simple
   form of this device.
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From The Collaborative International Dictionary of English v.0.48:

Nargile \Nar"gile\, Nargileh \Nar"gi*leh\, n. [Per.
   n[=a]rgh[imac]l, prop., a cocoanut; prob. so called because
   first made of a cocoanut.]
   An apparatus for smoking tobacco. It has a long flexible
   tube, and the smoke is drawn through water. Also called
   hoookah and water pipe. Functionally similar to the
   hubble-bubble, a simplified form.
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From The Collaborative International Dictionary of English v.0.48:

Water pipe \Wa"ter pipe\
   A pipe for conveying water.
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