1. The action of playing the bagpipes (squeezing the bag with your elbow and playing the attached flute), or any thing or any action directly or indirectly associated with this, especially Scotland and the Scots.
As a Noun
1. A musical instrument which you play by blowing air through a pipe into a leather bag, and then squeezing the bag to force the air out through other pipes. English = bagpipes.
2. The country to the north of England. English = Scotland.
3. A Protestant church and faith governed by presbyters or lay elders and adhering to various modified forms of Calvinism. English = Presbyterianism.
As a Verb or Adjective
1. To play the bagpipes.
2. To relate to or be from Scotland. English = (be) Scottish, (be) Scots.
3. To relate to any of various Protestant Churches governed by presbyters or lay elders and adhering to various modified forms of Calvinism. English = (be) Presbyterian.