Meaning of alpeen in English:

alpeen

(also ailpeen, ailpin)

Pronunciation /alˈpiːn/

noun

rare Irish
  • A stout stick or cudgel, especially one with a knob at the end.

Origin

Early 19th century; earliest use found in Freeman's Journal. From Irish ailpín small knob, kind of stick with a knob at the end, apparently from ailp protuberance, lump, knob (Early Irish alp, of unknown origin) + -ín, perhaps ultimately after English alpenstock (although this is first attested later) or its German etymon.