- a less common name for peace pipe
WordReference Random House Unabridged Dictionary of American English © 2020
cal•u•met (kal′yə met′, kal′yə met′),USA pronunciation n.
- Anthropologya long-stemmed, ornamented tobacco pipe used by North American Indians on ceremonial occasions, esp. in token of peace. Also called peace pipe.
- French, origin, originally dialect, dialectal (Norman, Picard): pipe stem, a by-form of French chalumeau chalumeau, with suffix altered to -et -et
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calumet /ˈkæljʊˌmɛt/ n
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