Definition of paddock-pipe in English:

paddock-pipe

(also paddock's pipe)

Pronunciation /ˈpadəkpʌɪp/

noun

dialect Scottish, British
  • With singular or plural concord. Either of two kinds of plant with a cylindrical, often hollow stem, growing especially in wet or marshy places, a horsetail (genus Equisetum, especially E. fluviatile and E. palustre), and a mare's tail, Hippuris vulgaris.

Origin

Middle English. From paddock + pipe.