dudeen n also dudee EDD ~ sb Ir; OED (1841-); DAE
(1850-). DINNEEN dúidín. Short-stemmed tobacco pipe.
1836 [WIX]2 145 The girls among the rest, are also
smoking tobacco in short pipes, blackened with constant use, like what the Irish here
call 'dudees,' all day long. 1863 MORETON 95 The man then offered me the little black
dudeen which he was himself smoking. 1902 Christmas Bells 15 Feeling perfectly
satisfied with my catch, I filled my 'dudeen' and sat down on the bank to enjoy a quiet
smoke. 1931 BYRNES 89 He liked to relax in a big rocking chair, contentedly puffing his
'dudhdeen.'  1965 PEACOCK (ed) ii, 377 "My Old Dudeen": He might have been a jinker
it's plainly to be seen, / And if it weren't for him I wouldn't be smoking my old dudeen.
1968 DILLON 137 A spell ago, a pipe was a dudeen.