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pan·pipe

 (păn′pīp′)
n. often panpipes
A primitive wind instrument consisting of a series of pipes or reeds of graduated length bound together, played by blowing across the top open ends. Also called mouth organ, Pandean pipe, syrinx.

[Pan + pipe.]

panpipe

(ˈpænˌpaɪp)
n
one of a set of panpipes

pan•pipe

(ˈpænˌpaɪp)

n.
a primitive wind instrument consisting of a series of hollow pipes of graduated length, the tones being produced by blowing across the upper ends.
Often, pan′pipes`.
[1810–1820]
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Noun1.panpipe - a primitive wind instrument consisting of several parallel pipes bound togetherpanpipe - a primitive wind instrument consisting of several parallel pipes bound together
pipe - a tubular wind instrument
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