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Aˉ mo k’o_ - Thailand

Aˉ naw neh_ - Thailand

Abbottarello - Italy, Latium

Abbottariello - Italy, Latium

Abbottatore - Italy, Campania

Abbutariegl’, Abbutarigl’ - Italy, Molise

Abbuttareglio - Italy, Latium

Abbuttarigl’ - Italy, Molise

Abbuttarille - Italy, Molise

Abeceda - Slovakia

Abierta - Spanish

Absolute length - English

Accord - France, Auvergne

Accord - France, Bourbonnais

Accordage - French

Accorder - French

Accurdatinu - Italy, Sicily

Acento - Portugal

Acento - Spain, Galicia

Acoustic length - English

Adar andi, Adar aundi - Spain, Basque country

Adar txiher [?], Adar txiki - Spain, Basque country

Adharcaidh ciuil - Ireland

Adharcaidh cuil - Ireland

Adharcaidh cuiul - Ireland

Adjok - Borneo (Malaysia, Indonesia, and Brunei)

Aenas - Italy, Sardinia

Afinación - Spanish

Afinamiento - Spanish

Afinar - Spanish

Afouklari - Greece

Afouklas - Greece

Aġānim - North Africa

Agata - Spanish

Agathos - Greece

Agujero - Spanish

Ai që i bie gajdes - Albania

Air reservoir: inflexible - English

Aitake - Japan

Akort çubuğu - Turkey

Albogón - Spain

Albogue - Spain

Albogue - Spain, Basque country

Alboguero - Spain, Basque country

Alboka - France, Pays basque

Alboka - Spain, Basque country

Albokari, Albokalari - Spain, Basque country

Albokero - Spain, Basque country

Alboquea - Spain, Basque country

Alboquero - Spain, Basque country

Albuquea - Spain, Basque country

Alepu [Alepou] - Turkey

Alsólyuk - Hungary

Alternative fingering - English

Àn yīn kǒng - China

Anan [?] - Ireland

Anapnia - Greece

Anblaserohr, Anblasrohr - German

Anche - French

Anche battante - French

Anche double - French

Anche libre - French

Anche simple - French

Anchenn - France, Brittany

Ancia - Italy, Sardinia

Ancia doppia - Italy

Ancia semplice - Italy

Anemologos - Greece

Ang - Southeast Asia

Angara - Greece

Angeion - Turkey

Angion (1) - Turkey

Angion (2) - Turkey

Angiospermae - English

Angitzis - Turkey

Angopon [?] - Turkey

Angoxylo - Turkey

Anilla - Spanish

Ansa - France, Auvergne

Anzetta - Italy, Sardinia

Apkalo - Serbia, Vojvodina

Appreğğu - Italy, Sardinia

Appuyant (s’) - French

Apr - Uzbekistan

Apron - Ireland

Aramorče - Macedonia

Arapikku - Italy, Sardinia

Arcesordellina - Italy, Campania

Arġanūn - Arabic world

Arghanūn - Arabic world

Arghool, Arghūl, Arghûl - Egypt

Arghun - Arabic world

Arġūl - Egypt

Arġūl el-asġar - Egypt

Arġūl el-kebīr - Egypt

Arġūl ṣaġīr (el-soġaīr) - Egypt

Arġun - Arabic world

Arm strap - English

Arpeggio - Italy, Sardinia

Arrangiatore - France, Corsica

Arrefinu - Italy, Sardinia

Arrošada - Italy, Sardinia

Article - French

Arundo donax - English

Ascades - Greece

Ascaula (1) - Greece

Ascaula (2) - Greece

Ascaules - Greece

Ascaulos - Greece

Aschin - Cyprus

Asiento - Spanish

Asientu - Spain, Asturias

Askaki - Greece

Askamadoura - Greece

Askamantura - Greece

Askambandoura - Greece

Askaul(is) [?] - Greece

Askaules - Greece

Askaulos - Greece

Askavli - Greece

Askavlos - Greece

Aski (1) - Greece

Aski (2) - Greece

Aski - Turkey

Askobadoura - Greece

Askomadoura - Greece

Askomadouraris - Greece

Askomantura - Greece

Askos - Cyprus

Askotsabouno - Greece

Askotzabourna - Greece

Askozabouna - Greece

Aspre - Spain, Catalonia

Aššin - Cyprus

Assoprete - Portugal

Astučča - Italy, Sardinia

Atadura - Spanish

Attelage [?] - French

Auboé - France, Limousin

Aulos - Greece

Aulos - Turkey

Auténtica (escala) - Spanish

Authente (échelle) - French

Authentic (scale) - English

Authentisch (Tonleiter) - German

Avena - Italy

Avenas - Italy, Sardinia

Averto - Spain, Galicia

Aw ̬ dzuhˉ ma - Thailand

Aw ̬ la֑ ma - Thailand

Aw ̬ ti niˉ - Thailand

Aw ha_ - Thailand

Azluk

Azzonu (Bordone azzonu) - Italy, Latium

Baba - Greece

Bacbib - UK, Wales

Backe-pipe - UK, England

Backe-pype - UK, England

Backpipes - UK, Wales

Backstitching - Ireland

Bačvica - Croatia

Badanj

Badža - Montenegro

Baegpaipeu - English

Baekpaipeu - English

Baelgpipa - Sweden

Baelgpipolekare - Sweden

Bag - English

Bag - UK, Scotland

Bag - Ireland

Bag cover - UK, Scotland

Bāg paipp - English

Baga - Italy, Four Provinces

Baga - Italy, Lombardy

Baga - Italy, Venetia

Bāga - Latvia

Bagad - France, Brittany

Baggepipe - UK, England

Baggepype, Bagge-pype - UK, England

Baghèt (1) - Italy, Lombardy

Baghèt (2) - Italy, Lombardy

Baghetér - Italy, Lombardy

Bāgīpā’īpa - English

Bāgpaip’ - English

Bāgpaip’r - English

Bagpip - English

Bagpipe(s) - English

Bagpipe - UK, England

Bagpiper - English

Bague - French

Baguer - Spain, Catalonia

Bagupaipu - English

Bagupaipusōsha - English

Baǰānā-śruti - India

Bąk (1) - Poland

Bąk (2) - Poland

Bąk (3) - Poland

Bakra - Tunisia

Bākura - India

Bākura dṛti - India

Balabān - Iraq

Balaban* - Caucasia (See also Armenia, Azerbaijan, Georgia, and Dagestan (Russia))

Balchsuegala - German

Balcsuegala - German

Balg - Netherlands [Holland]

Bälghpijpa - Sweden

Bälghpipa - Sweden

Bälghpipare - Sweden

Bälgpiipe - Sweden

Bälgpipa - Sweden

Bälgpÿpa - Sweden

Balkanska gajda - Bulgaria

Balkpijp - Netherlands [Holland]

Ballon - France, Bourbonnais

Balnica - Russia

Banatske gajde - Serbia, Vojvodina

Banda - Spain, Galicia

Bandre - UK, Scotland

Bañieuer, Bañieuour - France, Brittany

Bào shēng, Bàoshēng - China

Bapbipe - UK, England

Barakawa - Germany, Lusatia

Baran - Ukraine

Barbouneso - France, Auvergne

Barcawa - Germany, Lusatia

Bare - UK, Scotland

Barilotto - Italy, Latium

Barilotto - Italy, Molise

Baripēpi - English

Baritone drone - Ireland

Baritone drone [?] - UK, England

Baritone regulator - Ireland

Bârloni - Romania

Barquín - Spanish

Barquín - Spain, Asturias

Barquín - Spain, Galicia

Bârzoi - Romania

Bas - Italy, Lombardy

Bas - Serbia

Bas - Poland

Bas - Romania

Bas - Slovakia

Basane - France, Bourbonnais

Basciu - Italy, Sardinia

Basciu - Italy, Sicily

Base - Latvia

Bas jytyr - Russia

Baspipa - Sweden

Baß - Czechia, Bohemia

Bass bar - Ireland

Bass drone - UK, England

Bass drone - UK, Scotland

Bass drone - Ireland

Bass regulator - Ireland

Bassitoru - Estonia

Basso - Italy, Calabria

Basso - Italy, Latium

Basso - Italy, Molise

Basso - Greece

Baßpfeifn - Czechia, Bohemia

Basspipa - Sweden

Bassu - Italy, Sicily

Basszussípszár - Hungary

Batbut - Malta

Batente - Spanish

Bâton - France, Bourbonnais

Bauze - Latvia

Bâzgă - Romania

Bazika - Ukraine

Bâzoi - Romania

Bâzu - Romania

Bead (tuning bead) - UK, England

Bec - French

Bedbut - Malta

Been - India

Befúvócsöve - Hungary

Bēgapā’ipa - English

Bĕgipī - English

Begnoun - France, Brittany

Bēgpāip - English

Bei - Japan

Beissker - Estonia

Bejjienna - Malta

Beker - Netherlands [Holland]

Bekötőcsonk - Hungary

Belg piipe lekare - Sweden

Belghpijpa - Sweden

Belg-pijpe - Norway

Belgpipa - Sweden

Belgpipare - Sweden

Belgpÿpa - Sweden

Bell pipa - Sweden

Bell pipare, Bellpipare - Sweden

Bell’ arosa - Italy, Sardinia

Bellepibe - Denmark

Bellows - English

Bellows - Ireland

Bellpipa - Sweden

Bellpypare - Sweden

Belpipara - Sweden

Belpypare - Sweden

Bena - Italy, Sardinia

Benas - Italy, Sardinia

Bénilleux - France, Brittany

Bénilloux - France, Brittany

Beniou - France, Brittany

Benny - France, Brittany

Bentiadori - Italy, Sardinia

Berbedeauă - Romania

Berdalica - Croatia

Berdaljka - Croatia

Berde - Croatia

Berenpijp - Netherlands [Holland]

Berliron - France, Bourbonnais

Bertsalo - Greece

Berzawa - Germany, Lusatia

Betbut - Malta

Bettone - Italy, Molise

Bhajana-sruti - India

Bhatzana-chruti - India

Bhazana śruti (sruti, s’ruti) - India

Bhazana-çruti - India

Bhujanga svaram - India

Bi - Japan

Bibiki (1) - Greece

Bibiki (2) - Greece

Bibiki arseniko - Greece

Bibiki thilyko - Greece

Bibikomana - Greece

Bibole - French

Bicarelo - France, Auvergne

Bicchittu - Italy, Abruzzo

Bidulas (Bíđulas) - Italy, Sardinia

Bieba - Malta

Bignou - France, Brittany

Bigpop - English

Bigula - Nepal

Bihet - France, Gascony

Bìkèha - China

Bilishnicë - Kosovo

Billegtető - Hungary

Bīn - India

Bīn bājā - Pakistan

Bindžogi, Bin-džogi - Pakistan

Bīn-ğōgī - Pakistan

Binding - English

Biniaouer - France, Brittany

Binioù bihan - France, Brittany

Binioù bras - France, Brittany

Biniou braz - France, Brittany

Biniou coz - France, Brittany

Biniou koz - France, Brittany

Binioù kozh (1) - France, Brittany

Binioù kozh (2) - France, Brittany

Binioù nevez - France, Brittany

Biniouiste - France, Brittany

Bīn-j̆ōgi - Pakistan

Binyou - France, Brittany

Birbynė - Lithuania

Birl - UK, Scotland

Bîrloni - Romania

Birn(baum)holz (Pyrus communis) - German

Birtsialo - Greece

Bîrzoi - Romania

Bisagra [?] - Spanish

Bisamosta - Iran

Bisecca - Switzerland

Bisha-i mushta - Iran

Bishnicë (1) - Albania

Bishnicë (2) - Albania

Bishnicë (3) - Albania

Bishnicë (4) - Albania

Bishnicë (5) - Albania

Bishnicë - Kosovo

Biskra - Algeria

Bisonas (Biṡonas) - Italy, Sardinia

Bisones - Italy, Sardinia

Bisunas (Biṡunas) - Italy, Sardinia

Bîzgă - Romania

Bîzoi - Romania

Bîzu - Romania

Bizzulas - Italy, Sardinia

Blaasbalg - Netherlands [Holland]

Blaaserør - Norway

Blaas-hommel - Germany

Blaaspijp - Netherlands [Holland]

Bladder pipe - English

Bladder pipe with double-chanter -  International

Bladderpfîfe - German

Blade(s) - English

Blakusstabule - Latvia

Blåsbalg - Czechia, Bohemia

Blasebalg - German

Blåserøyr - Norway

Blaterpfeife - German

Blaterpfîfe, Blâterpfîfe - German

Blâterspil - German

Blatska gajda - Macedonia

Blatt (1) - German

Blatt (2) - German

Blaturspil - German

Bleddirpipe - English

Blei - German

Bliadze-stviri - Georgia

Blindbas - Sweden

Blindpipa - Sweden

Blocco di attacco - Italy

Blosberk [Bloswerk?] - Germany, Lusatia

Blotek - Poland

Blotterpheyffe - German

Blowpipe - English

Blowpipe - UK, Scotland

Blowpipe - Ireland

Blowstick - English

- Japan

Board(s) - English

Boca - Spanish

Boca - Portugal

Bocal - Portugal

Bocal - Spain, Galicia

Boccaglio - Italy

Boccaglio - Italy, Campania

Boccaglio - Italy, Latium

Bocchén - Italy, Emilia-Romagna

Bocchino - Italy, Campania

Bocchino - Italy, Sardinia

Bocchinu - Italy, Sardinia

Bochì - Italy, Lombardy

Bock - Germany

Bočka

Bockpfeife - Germany

Bockpfeifer - Germany

Bockspfeife - Austria

Bockspfeifer - Germany

Bocoy - Spain, Aragón

Bodega - France, Languedoc

Body - English

Boehmische Bock - Germany, Bavaria

Boëtte - French

Bofador - France, Auvergne

Bőgő - Hungary

Boha (1) - France, Gascony

Boha (2) - France, Gascony

Boha (3) - France, Gascony

Bohaire, Bohaïre - France, Gascony

Bohaossac - France, Gascony

Bohet - France, Gascony

Bohica - France, Gascony

Bohicaire - France, Gascony

Bohiga - France, Gascony

Böhmische Bock - Germany, Bavaria

Bohrung - German

Bois - French

Bois dur (Angiospermae) - French

Boita - France, Auvergne

Boîte - French

Boîte - France

Boîtier - French

Boîtier - France, Auvergne

Boîtier (1) - France, Bourbonnais

Boîtier (2) - France, Bourbonnais

Boj (Buxus sempervirens) - Spanish

Bok - Japan

Bok - Germany

Bolg - Ireland

Bolhalyuk - Hungary

Bolházó lyuk - Hungary

Bollog na cuisli - Ireland

Bolsa - Spanish

Bombarde - France, Nivernais

Bombaulios - Greece

Bombyx - Greece

Bonda - France, Languedoc

Bonge - Netherlands [Holland]

Bonlonra - France, Gascony

Bonlora - France, Gascony

Boquiellu - Spain, Asturias

Boquilha - Portugal

Boquilla - Spanish

Borčawa - Germany, Lusatia

Bordão (1) - Portugal

Bordão (2) - Portugal

Border pipe - UK, England

Border pipes - UK, England

Bordó (1) - Spain, Balearics

Bordó (2) - Spain, Balearics

Bordó - Spain, Catalonia

Bordó, Bördő - Hungary

Bordon - Spain, Balearics

Bordón - Spanish

Bordón - Spain, Aragón

Bordón - Spain, Asturias

Bordòn - Italy, Emilia-Romagna

Bordoncillo - Spanish

Bordone - Italy

Bordoneta - Spain, Aragón

Bordonzèll - Italy, Emilia-Romagna

Bordósíp, Bördősíp - Hungary

Bordótőke - Hungary

Bőrduda - Hungary

Borduf [?] - Romania

Bordun - German

Bordun (1) - Poland

Bordun (2) - Poland

Bordun - Sweden

Bordunska cev, Bordunska svirala

Bordure [?] - French

Bordüre [?] - German

Bore - English

Borija - Macedonia

Borla - Portugal

Borla - Spain, Galicia

Borla - Spain, Rioja

Borrassa - Spain, Catalonia

Borrec - Spain, Catalonia

Borrega - Spain, Catalonia

Borregaïre - Spain, Catalonia

Bőrszelep - Hungary

Bossa - Spain, Catalonia

Bossa verda - Spain, Catalonia

Bot - France, Pyrenées

Bot (1) - Spain, Aragón

Bot (2) - Spain, Aragón

Bot - Spain, Catalonia

Bot de la gaita - Spain, Catalonia

Bot de les nines - Spain, Catalonia

Bot de vent - Spain, Catalonia

Bot dels gemecs - Spain, Catalonia

Bota - Spain, Rioja

Botarrón - Spain, Aragón

Botella - Spain, Catalonia

Botet - Spain, Catalonia

Botico - Spain, Aragón

Boto - Spain, Aragón

Botó - Spain, Catalonia

Bottatura - Italy, Basilicata

Bottega - Italy

Botticella - Italy, Molise

Bouché - French

Boudegaïre - France, Languedoc

Boudego, Boudegon - France, Languedoc

Boudegue - France, Languedoc

Bouffi d’pourcé - France, Brittany

Bouffie - France, Brittany

Bouffiole - France, Brittany

Bouffoir - France, Bourbonnais

Bouhaussac - France, Gascony

Bouhe - France, Gascony

Bouhique - France, Gascony

Boukalos - Greece

Boundo - France, Languedoc

Bounloure - France, Gascony

Bourdon (1) - French

Bourdon (2) - French

Bourdon - France, Normandy

Bourdon - Netherlands [Holland]

Bourdon-moyen - French

Bouri - Greece

Bourtsalo - Greece

Bousine - France, Brittany

Bousine - France, Normandy

Boutsalo - Greece

Bouzin - France, Brittany

Bouzine - France, Normandy

Bouzounas - Greece

Bowl - English

Boxwood (Buxus sempervirens) - English

Brǎčilo - Bulgaria

Bracket - English

Braguer - Spain, Balearics

Braguer - Spain, Catalonia

Braguer - France, Pyrenées

Brǎmčilo - Bulgaria

Brammour - France, Brittany

Bramschilo - Bulgaria

Branik - Bosnia & Hercegovina

Branik (1) - Croatia

Branik (2) - Croatia

Brassard - French

Brčalo - Macedonia

Brčilo - Macedonia

Brdalica

Brdaljka

Brdašce - Bosnia & Hercegovina

Brdska gajda - Macedonia

Brëlka - Russia

Brian Boru pipes - Ireland

Bribirača - Croatia

Bridle (double-reed) - English

Bridle (single reed) - English

Brien Boru pipes - Ireland

Brompijp - Netherlands [Holland]

Bručilo - Bulgaria

Brujač - Serbia

Bruma - Germany, Lusatia

Bruma - Spain, Balearics

Brummer - German

Bruna - Spain, Balearics

Bruniadère - France, Gascony

Brunidé, Brunidè - France, Gascony

Brunidèr - France, Gascony

Buah padas - Borneo (Malaysia, Indonesia, and Brunei)

Buca - Italy, Sicily

Bučalce - Macedonia

Buçall - Albania

Bučalo - Bulgaria

Bučalo - Greece

Bučalo (1) - Macedonia

Bučalo (2) - Macedonia

Bucca - Sweden

Bucha - Portugal

Buchs(baum) (Buxus sempervirens) - German

Bucium - Romania

Buck - Germany

Buckshaut - Germany

Buco - Italy, Basilicata

Buđa - Croatia

Budža - Bosnia & Hercegovina

Budža (1) - Croatia

Budža (2) - Croatia

Budža sa strane - Croatia

Budžica - Bosnia & Hercegovina

Buf - Italy, Calabria

Bufador - Spain, Balearics

Bufador - Spain, Catalonia

Bufareu - France, Limousin

Bufet - France, Languedoc

Buffette - France, Brittany

Bufi - Italy, Calabria

Büggő - Hungary

Builg - Ireland

Buis (Buxus sempervirens) - French

Buisine - France, Normandy

Bukin - Croatia

Buklo - Czechia, Bohemia

Buna - Andorra

Buna (1) - Spain, Catalonia

Buna (2) - Spain, Catalonia

Buner - Andorra

Bunong - Cambodia

Buraco melódico - Spain, Galicia

Burato melódico - Spain, Galicia

Burčalo - Bulgaria

Burčilo (1) - Bulgaria

Burčilo (2) - Bulgaria

Burden [?] - English

Burdon - German

Burdon

Burdoninis vamzdis - Lithuania

Burduf - Romania

Burduh [?] - Romania

Burduj [?] - Romania

Burduș [?] - Romania

Burduv [?] - Romania

Burra - Spain, Catalonia

Burtschalo - Bulgaria

Burtshilo - Bulgaria

Busciola - Italy, Sicily

Bùsciola - Italy, Calabria

Busene [Busène?] - France, Normandy

Bush - UK, Scotland

Busine - France, Gascony

Bussolotto - Italy

Busterri - Spain, Basque country

Busturri - Spain, Basque country

Buthi (1) - Italy, Basilicata

Buthi (2) - Italy, Basilicata

Butie - Romania

Butt (1st) piece - English

Buttarulë - Italy, Abruzzo

Butuc - Romania

Buxa - Portugal

Buxa - Spain, Galicia

Buxa protectora - Spain, Galicia

Buxaina - Spain, Galicia

Buxus sempervirens: ➺ Boxwood - English

Buža (1) - Croatia

Buža (2) - Croatia

Buže - Croatia

Bužica - Croatia

Buzine - France, Gascony

Buzoi - Romania

Buztarri - Spain, Basque country

Byāgapā’ipa - English

Byāgpaip - English

Byāgpaipar (1) - English

Byāgpaipar (2) - English

Byojo - Japan

Byz - Russia

Bzikalky - Czechia, Bohemia

C’hoari bañieu/binieu - France, Brittany

C’horn-boud - France, Brittany

Ca ̬ k’ao pa_ - Thailand

Ca ̬ ke le - Thailand

Cabitta - Italy, Sardinia

Cabitzina - Italy, Sardinia

Cabitzinu - Italy, Sardinia

Cabizza - Italy, Sardinia

Cabizzinu - Italy, Sardinia

Cabra

Cabreta - Latin & related terms

Cabreta - France, Auvergne

Cabreta - Spain, Catalonia

Cabretaïre - France, Auvergne

Cabretayre - France, Auvergne

Cabreto - France, Auvergne

Cabreto - France, Provence

Cabrettaïre - France, Auvergne

Cabrette (1) - France, Auvergne

Cabrette (2) - France, Auvergne

Cabrette (3) - France, Auvergne

Cabrette (4) - France, Auvergne

Cabrette - France, Limousin

Čabrić - Croatia

Cabro - France, Auvergne

Cabro - France, Provence

Čačkalica - Croatia

Čačkalo (diminutive: Čačkalica)

Cái kèn đôi - Vietnam

Caiddùbbulu - Italy, Sicily

Cajola - Italy, Molise

Calabaza - Spanish

Cala-mala - Country uncertain

Calamita - Italy, Apulia

Calamo (1) - Italy, Sardinia

Calamo (2) - Italy, Sardinia

Čāle-mešk - Kurdistan

Calumet - France, Gascony

Calvette - France, Auvergne

Calza - Italy, Basilicata

Calzetta - Italy, Calabria

Calzetta - Italy, Molise

Cama - Spain, Balearics

Cámara - Spanish

Came - Spain, Catalonia

Campá - Spain, Galicia

Campagnuledda - Italy, Sicily

Campana (1) - Italy, Campania

Campana (2) - Italy, Campania

Campana - Italy, Latium

Campana - Italy, Molise

Campana - Italy, Sicily

Campana - Spain, Balearics

Campana ’vezzanese - Italy, Molise

Campana a coppa - Italy, Latium

Campana a vezzanese - Italy, Molise

Campana a vocca aperta - Italy, Molise

Campana a vocca chiusa - Italy, Molise

Campana alla campagnola - Italy, Latium

Campana alla campagnola - Italy, Molise

Campana alla vezzanese - Italy, Latium

Campana avezzanese - Italy, Latium

Campana campagnola - Italy, Latium

Çampoña - Spanish

Čamporña - Italy, Piedmont

Can - Southeast Asia

Cana - Spain, Galicia

Caña - Spain, Aragón

Caña doble - Spanish

Caña simple - Spanish

Canala - Italy, Molise

Cañavera - Spanish

Cane - English

Caneglia - Italy, Calabria

Canelo - France, Auvergne

Canga - Spain, Galicia

Canna (1) - Italy, Basilicata

Canna (2) - Italy, Basilicata

Canna - Italy, Calabria

Canna - Italy, Campania

Canna - Italy, Latium

Canna - Italy, Molise

Canna d’accompagno - Italy, Abruzzo

Canna da canto - Italy, Abruzzo

Canna femmina - Italy, Latium

Canna maschia - Italy, Latium

Canneddas - Italy, Sardinia

Canneggio - Italy

Cannelaro - Italy, Calabria

Cannella - Italy, Calabria

Cannella - Italy, Campania

Cannella - Italy, Molise

Canni mastri - Italy, Sicily

Canniglie - Italy, Molise

Cannizzola - Italy, Sicily

Cannolu - Italy, Sicily

Canntaireachd - UK, Scotland

Cannuccia - Italy, Calabria

Cannuccia - Italy, Molise

Cannuolo - Italy, Basilicata

Cañón - Spanish

Çanpolla - Spanish

Canta - Italy, Sicily

Čanta [?] / Perangi [?] - Georgia

Cantarèla - France, Auvergne

Cantarina - Italy, Latium

Canterina - Italy, Latium

Canto - Italy

Canto - Italy, Basilicata

Canto - Italy, Sicily

Canya - Spain, Catalonia

Canyeta - Spain, Balearics

Cap - France, Auvergne

Cap - Ireland

Cap - Romania

Caparra - Italy, Molise

Capfa - Bulgaria

Capik - Poland

Çapoña - Spanish

Čaporka

Caprareccia - Italy, Latium

Carabă (1) - Romania

Carabă (2) - Romania

Carabă (3) - Romania

Carabă (4) - Romania

Carabă (5) - Romania

Carabă (6) - Romania

Cărabă - Romania

Cărabă (1) - Serbia

Cărabă (2) - Serbia

Carabă bulgărească - Romania

Cărabăş - Serbia

Cărabie (1) - Romania

Cărabie (2) - Romania

Caradă - Romania

Caraibă - Romania

Caramèl - France, Auvergne

Caramillo - Spanish

Caramusa - France, Corsica

Caravă - Romania

Cardellino - Italy, Latium

Cardiddu - Italy, Calabria

Cardigliu - Italy, Calabria

Cardillo (1) - Italy, Calabria

Cardillo (2) - Italy, Calabria

Cardillo (3) - Italy, Calabria

Cardillu (1) - Italy, Calabria

Cardillu (2) - Italy, Calabria

Carette - France, Auvergne

Carlamuso - France, Provence

Carvunaru - Italy, Calabria

Čaša - Croatia

Casi-retrógrado (NB: also, more rarely: Cuasi-retrógrado) - Spanish

Čaška - Croatia

Čaška (1) - Serbia

Čaška (2) - Serbia

Casquiño - Spain, Galicia

Catarineta - Spain, Catalonia

Caterineta - Spain, Catalonia

Cauld wind pipe - English

Caurel - Spain, Galicia

Cauza - Italy, Molise

Cauzetta - Italy, Molise

Cavatina - Italy, Sicily

Cavezzella - Italy, Latium

Caziett (1) - Italy, Basilicata

Caziett (2) - Italy, Basilicata

Ccuddari - Italy, Sicily

Cecchola - Country uncertain

Ceccola - Country uncertain

Ceinture - French

Cej ntiv npug - Southeast Asia

Cej ntiv txug - Southeast Asia

Čelyk - Russia

Cembanella - Italy

Cemmanella - Italy

Cempoi - Romania

Cennamella - Italy, Latium

Ceòl beag - UK, Scotland

Ceòl eutrom - UK, Scotland

Ceòl meadhonach - UK, Scotland

Ceòl mór - UK, Scotland

Ceola-mhala - Ireland

Čep (1) - Croatia

Čep (2) - Croatia

Čep (3) - Croatia

Čep (4) - Croatia

Čep (5) - Croatia

Čep (6) - Croatia

Čep (7) - Croatia

Čep - Slovenia

Čep - Czechia, Bohemia

Cepek - Poland

Čepek - Slovenia

Cepo - Spain, Aragón

Ceppo - Italy, Basilicata

Ceppo - Italy, Campania

Ceppo (1) - Italy, Latium

Ceppo (2) - Italy, Latium

Ceppone - Italy, Campania

Ceppu - Italy, Abruzzo

Ceramèdda - Italy, Calabria

Ceramella - Italy

Cerezo (Prunus avium) - Spanish

Čerpák - Czechia, Bohemia

Cerrada - Spanish

Čestelica [?] - Croatia

Cetharcoire - Ireland

Cevčica - Croatia

Cevka - Czechia, Bohemia

Chabiolaki - Greece

Chabioli - Greece

Chabre - France, Auvergne

Chabreta - France, Limousin

Chabreto - France, Provence

Chabretou - France, Auvergne

Chabretta - France, Gascony

Chabretta - France, Guyenne

Chabrette - France, Auvergne

Chabrette - France, Limousin

Chabro - France, Auvergne

Chakwa - Tunisia

Chaleméa - France, Brittany

Chaleméaw - France, Brittany

Chalemie (1) - France

Chalemie (2) - France

Chalemie* - France

Chalemina - France, Gascony

Chalumeau - French

Chalumeau - France

Chalumeau - France, Normandy

Chalumia - France, Brittany

Chamber pipe (1) - UK, Scotland

Chamber pipe (2) - UK, Scotland

Chanta - Georgia

Chanter - English

Chanter (1) - UK, England

Chanter (2) - UK, England

Chanter - UK, Scotland

Chanter - Ireland

Chanter bell - English

Chanter pipes - UK, Scotland

Chanterelle - France, Auvergne

Chànzhǐ - China

Cháo - China

Charamela - France, Provence

Charameu - France, Auvergne

Charanbel - Spain, Basque country

Charbonnier [?] - France

Charka - Tunisia

Charmela - France, Limousin

Charnière - French

Chaunter - English

Chave - Spain, Galicia

Chebandre - UK, Scotland

Chebandreenda - UK, Scotland

Chebare - UK, Scotland

Chedari - UK, Scotland

Chedarid - UK, Scotland

Cheek(s) - English

Chekoua - Algeria

Chekoua - Tunisia

Cheng - China

Cherede - UK, Scotland

Cherry (Prunus avium) - English

Chèvre - France, Auvergne

Chèvre - France, Berry

Chèvre - France, Bourbonnais

Chèvre - France, Languedoc

Chevrecte - France

Chevrète - France

Chevrette - France

Chevrette - France, Auvergne

Chevrie - France

Chiabour - Russia

Chiaramedda - Italy, Sicily

Chiaramella alla Pugliese - Italy, Apulia

Chiave - Italy

Chiave - Italy, Campania

Chiave - Italy, Molise

Chiavettu - Italy, Sicily

Chiavinu - Italy, Sicily

Čhib

Chiboni - Georgia

Chiebro - France, Bourbonnais

Chieiro - Spain, Galicia

Chieuve - France, Berry

Chieuvrète - France

Chièvre - France

Chievrete - France

Chievrette - France

Chifogne - Latin & related terms

Chifonia - Latin & related terms

Chillón - Spanish

Chimpoi - Moldova

Chión - Spain, Galicia

Chiôvre - French

Chiponi - Georgia

Chirolari - Spain, Basque country

Chirolarru - Spain, Basque country

Chkara - Libya

Chkara - Tunisia

Chlipač, Chlipák, Chlipáš - Slovakia

Chobreto - France, Auvergne

Choco [?] - Spain

Chorón - Latin & related terms

Chorus - Latin & related terms

Chou - China

Chuántǒng shēng, Chuántǒngshēng - China

ChubchĪq - Iran

Chuī kǒu - China

Chuī zuĭ - China

Chuīdǎ yuè - China

Chuvyr - Russia

Chuvyr pu - Russia

Chuvyr pu, Chuvyr-pu - Russia

Chwibanogl a chod - UK, Wales

Chwibiengyl a chod - UK, Wales

Cialamello - Italy, Latium

Ciannamella - Italy, Sicily

Ciânpoi - Romania

Ciarambedda - Italy, Sicily

Ciaramedda (1) - Italy, Sicily

Ciaramedda (2) - Italy, Sicily

Ciaramedda (3) - Italy, Sicily

Ciaramedda (4) - Italy, Sicily

Ciaramedda ’e canna - Italy, Calabria

Ciarameddaru - Italy, Sicily

Ciaramedde - Italy, Campania

Ciarameddha - Italy, Calabria

Ciaramella - Italy

Ciaramella - Italy, Calabria

Ciaramella - Italy, Apulia

Ciaramella - Italy, Sicily

Ciaramella* - Italy

Ciaramelle - Italy, Campania

Ciaramelle - Italy, Latium

Ciaramidda - Italy, Sicily

Ciaramiddaru (1) - Italy, Sicily

Ciaramiddaru (2) - Italy, Sicily

Ciarammella alla Pugliese - Italy, Apulia

Ciarammelle, Ciarammellë - Italy, Abruzzo

Čiboni - Georgia

Ciechola - Country uncertain

Cienka (piszczałka) - Poland

Cifonie - Latin & related terms

Cifrázólyuk - Hungary

Çifte - Turkey

Čifte gajda - Bulgaria

Ciînpoi - Romania

Cijev - Croatia

Cijev - Serbia

Cilíndrica (Sección cilíndrica) - Spanish

Cimboi [?] - Romania

Čimoni - Georgia

Cimpoi (1) - Romania

Cimpoi (2) - Romania

Cimpoi (3) - Romania

Cimpoi (4) - Romania

Cimpoi, Cimpoia - Romania

Cimpoi - Moldova

Cimpoi, Cimpoĭ - Romania

"Cimpoi" - Romania

Cimpoia - Romania

Cimpoiaș - Romania

Cimpoier - Romania

Cimpoĭeș - Romania

Cimpoio - Romania

Cimpoitura - Romania

Cimpoiu - Romania

Čimpoj - Moldova

Cimpon [?] - Romania

Cimponi - Romania

Cinânpoi - Romania

Cinfonía - Spanish

Cinghia - Italy, Campania

Cinînpoi - Romania

Cinque - Italy, Calabria

Cinta - Italy

Cinta - Italy, Latium

Cinta - Italy, Molise

Cinto - Spanish

Cinturón - Spain, Asturias

Cioacă - Romania

Cioppa - Italy, Latium

Cioppa - Italy, Molise

Cipp’, Cippe - Italy, Latium

Cippallë - Italy, Abruzzo

Cippo - Italy, Latium

Cippo - Italy, Molise

Cipun

Ciruelo (Prunus domestica) - Spanish

Čistelica - Croatia

Cisterna - Italy, Molise

Ciubuc - Romania

Ciumboi - Romania

Ciumpoi, Cĭumpoĭ - Romania

Civ - Croatia

Civca - Croatia

Civčica - Croatia

Cívka - Czechia, Bohemia

Cìzhōngyīn shēng, Cìzhōngyīnshēng - China

Cjevčica - Croatia

Clack - Ireland

Clack-valve - English

Član trube - Croatia

Clapă - Romania

Clapet - French

Clapper(s) - English

Clarín - Spain, Aragón

Clarinet - English

Clarinet reed(s) - English

Clau - France, Limousin

Clavija - Spanish

Clé - French

Clef - French

Člen - Croatia

Člen za prdaljku - Serbia, Vojvodina

Close piping - Ireland

Close roll - Ireland

Closed fingering - English

Clupă - Romania

Cobreto - France, Auvergne

Cobza - Poland

Coccia - Italy, Molise

Codbib (1) - UK, Wales

Codbib (2) - UK, Wales

Côd-biban - UK, Wales

Côd-bibau - UK, Wales

Codbibell - UK, Wales

Codo - Spanish

Coflet - France, Auvergne

Coixinera (verda) - Spain, Catalonia

Coldu - Spain, Asturias

Colgante - Spanish

Coll - Spain, Balearics

Coll - Spain, Catalonia

Colla de xeremiers - Spain, Balearics

Combing - English

Commuoglio - Italy, Basilicata

Comprimator - Romania

Concert pitch - Ireland

Concerto - Italy, Sardinia

Conelha - France, Limousin

Conflentana - Italy, Calabria

Cónica (Sección cónica) - Spanish

Conical (bore) - English

Conique (Perce conique) - French

Contra - Italy, Abruzzo

Contra - Italy, Campania

Contra - Italy, Latium

Contra - Italy, Molise

Contra basso - Italy, Apulia

Contrappunto - Italy, Sardinia

Contrappuntu - Italy, Sardinia

Contro - Italy, Latium

Contro - Italy, Molise

Contro maggiore - Italy, Latium

Contropunto - Italy, Basilicata

Contropunto - Italy, Campania

Contropunto dell’anulare - Italy, Basilicata

Contropunto di chiavi - Italy, Basilicata

Contropunto di indice - Italy, Basilicata

Contro-trombo - Italy, Campania

Controverso - Italy, Calabria

Conza [?] - Italy, Sicily

Çöp - Turkey

Copa (1) - Spanish

Copa (2) - Spanish

Copa - Portugal

Copa - Spain, Aragón

Copa - Spain, Asturias

Copa - Spain, Galicia

Copek - Poland

Coperchia - Italy, Campania

Coperchio - Italy, Basilicata

Coprichiave - Italy, Molise

Čopyk [Čopik?] - Ukraine

Cordone - Italy

Coregn - Italy, Lombardy

Coritone - Italy, Sardinia

Cormuze - France, Bourbonnais

Cormuzier - France, Bourbonnais

Corn - Romania

Cornamula - Spain, Balearics

Cornamusa - Spanish

Cornamusa - France, Provence

Cornamusa - Italy

Cornamusa - Italy, Sicily

Cornamusa (1) - Spain, Catalonia

Cornamusa (2) - Spain, Catalonia

Cornamusaio - Italy

Cornamusaïre - Spain, Catalonia

Cornamusare - Italy

Cornamusina - Italy

Cornbib - UK, Wales

Cornbibell - UK, Wales

Corne [?] - French

Cornefou - France, Flandres

Cornejo (Cornus mas(cula)) - Spanish

Cornel (Cornus mas(cula)) - English

Cornemusa - Italy

Cornemusa - Spain, Balearics

Cornemusage - French

Cornemusaresse, Cornemuseresse - French

Cornemusart - French

Cornemuse - French

Cornemuse (1) - France

Cornemuse (2) - France

Cornemuse - France, Berry

Cornemuse - France, Bourbonnais

Cornemuse - France, Nivernais

Cornemuse Béchonnet - France, Auvergne

Cornemuse Béchonnet - France, Bourbonnais

Cornemuse bourbonnaise - France, Bourbonnais

Cornemuse Chaput - France, Auvergne

Cornemuse Chassagnette (1) - France, Auvergne

Cornemuse Chassagnette (2) - France, Auvergne

Cornemuse d’Hainaut - Belgium

Cornemuse de berger - France

Cornemuse de Poitou - France, Poitou

Cornemuse Déchaud - France, Bourbonnais

Cornemuse des Ardennes - Belgium

Cornemuse flamande - Belgium

Cornemuse landaise - France, Gascony

Cornemuse Lardy - France, Auvergne

Cornemuse limousine - France, Limousin

Cornemuse Meillet (1) - France, Bourbonnais

Cornemuse Meillet (2) - France, Bourbonnais

Cornemuse Meillet (3) - France, Bourbonnais

Cornemuse picarde - France, Picardy

Cornemuser - Netherlands [Holland]

Cornemuser - French

Cornemuseur - French

Cornemuseux - French

Cornemusier - French

Cornemuze - France, Bourbonnais

Cornepipe - UK, Scotland

Cornet - France, Bourbonnais

Cornet [?] - France, Auvergne

Cornette - Italy, Calabria

Corniaule - France, Bourbonnais

Cornichet - France, Brittany

Cornicyll - UK, Wales

Cornimuse - French

Cornish bagpipe - UK, England

Cornomuso - France, Provence

Cornouille (Cornus mas(cula)) - French

Cornpipe - English

Cornus mas(cula): ➺ Cornel - English

Corremusekin - Netherlands [Holland]

Coruboud - France, Brittany

Cosido - Spanish

Cotbib - UK, Wales

Courel - Spain, Galicia

Couture - French

Čovičja glava - Bosnia & Hercegovina

Craba - France, Languedoc

Crabaïre - France, Languedoc

Crabeto - France, Provence

Crabo - France, Languedoc

Cracasciu, Craccasciu - Italy, Sardinia

Crai - Italy, Sardinia

Cranning [?] (1) - Ireland

Cranning [?] (2) - Ireland

Crapareccia - Italy, Latium

Criatura verda - Spain, Catalonia

Crnogorske diple - Montenegro

Croba - Italy, Sardinia

Croce - Italy, Molise

Cronan - Ireland

Cruceta - Spain, Asturias

Crùllu - UK, Scotland

Crunluath (movement) - UK, Scotland

Crunluath (technique) - UK, Scotland

Crunluath a mach - UK, Scotland

Crunluath breabach - UK, Scotland

Crunluath fosgailte - UK, Scotland

Çruti upanga - India

Csatlakozó - Hungary

Csikó - Hungary

Csimpoly - Romania

Csimpolya - Hungary

Csimpolya - Romania

Csömbő - Hungary

Cucchiarella - Italy, Molise

Cuddara - Italy, Sicily

Cuello - Spanish

Cuerno - Spanish

Cuir - France, Bourbonnais

Cuishley cuil - Ireland

Cuisle cuiul - Ireland

Cuisle pipes - Ireland

Cuisleagh Ciuil - Ireland

Cuisleagh-cuil - Ireland

Cuislean - Ireland

Cuisleanna ceoil - Ireland

Cuisleannach (1) - Ireland

Cuisleannach (2) - Ireland

Cuisleason pipe - Ireland

Cuislenna - Ireland

Cuislennach [?] - Ireland

Cuisley ciuil - Ireland

Cuisley cuil - Ireland

Cuisli pipes - Ireland

Cuislinn - Ireland

Cuislinnach [?] - Ireland

Cuivret - French

Cuntriglio - Italy, Molise

Cuntrone - Italy, Molise

Cuntzertu - Italy, Sardinia

Cunzertu - Italy, Sardinia

Cunzertu mannu - Italy, Sardinia

Cup - English

Curella - Italy, Sicily

Curiciddo - Italy, Basilicata

Čurka - Serbia, Vojvodina

Curl - Ireland

Currea - Italy, Campania

Curreja - Italy, Basilicata

Currìa - Italy, Basilicata

Currìa - Italy, Calabria

Curriscia - Italy, Basilicata

Curriscia - Italy, Campania

Cuscinetto - Italy

Cushlannaig - Ireland

Cusle - Ireland

Cusleagh civil - Ireland

Cuslennach [?] - Ireland

Cylindrical (bore) - English

Cylindrique (Perce cylindrique) - French

Čypla - Lithuania

Cyrle - Albania

Čyrlyk (1) - Russia

Čyrlyk (2) - Russia

Čytlyk - Russia

Dà pái shēng, Dàpáishēng - China

Daedelzal - Belgium

Dalbergia melanoxylon: ➺ Grenadille - English

Dallamsíp - Hungary

Dam - UK, Scotland

Dåmpipa - Sweden

Damzkebi [?] / Mtkmeli [?] - Georgia

Dan - UK, Scotland

Dankiyo - Turkey

Dāntǔ - China

Dānyīn - China

Dao - Southeast Asia

Dare - UK, Scotland

Dari - UK, Scotland

Darid - UK, Scotland

Dârloi - Romania

Dârloni - Romania

Daska - Croatia

Davorija, Davorije - Croatia

Dǎyīn - China

Decoración - Spanish

Decoration - English

Décoration - French

Deden - Turkey

Dednebi [?] / Lerzmis deda [?] - Georgia

Dekoration - German

Demlok - Poland

Depličnjak - Croatia

Derki tāpung - India

Desaugüe - Spanish

Deska - Poland

Deska - Czechia, Bohemia

Destra (1) - Italy, Basilicata

Destra (2) - Italy, Basilicata

Destra (1) - Italy, Calabria

Destra (2) - Italy, Calabria

Destra (1) - Italy, Campania

Destra (2) - Italy, Campania

Destrina - Italy, Sardinia

Dhachtylidhi - Greece

Dhakhtylidhi - Greece

Dhermati (1) - Greece

Dhermati (2) - Greece

Dhiplotsabouno - Greece

Dhorf - Tunisia

Dĭ (Shēng dĭ) - China

Diǎn tóu - China

Diana - Italy, Lombardy

Did - Croatia

Dida - Croatia

Diddelsak - Belgium

Diéguǎn - China

Diéyīn - China

Digitación - Spanish

Dihavka

Dili - UK, Scotland

Dillik - Turkey

Đinđuva - Serbia

Đing jơng - Vietnam

Đing nǎm - Vietnam

Ding teak - Vietnam

Đing téc - Vietnam

Dinh nam - Vietnam

Dinh takta - Vietnam

Dinka - Egypt

Diospyros ebenum: ➺ Ebony - English

Dipala - Bosnia & Hercegovina

Dipla - Bosnia & Hercegovina

Dipla (1) - Croatia

Dipla (2) - Croatia

Dipla*, Diple* - Montenegro

Diplač (1) - Bosnia & Hercegovina

Diplač (2) - Bosnia & Hercegovina

Diplač (1) - Croatia

Diplač (2) - Croatia

Diplar - Bosnia & Hercegovina

Diplar (1) - Croatia

Diplar (2) - Croatia

Diplaš - Bosnia & Hercegovina

Diplaš - Montenegro

Diplati - Montenegro

Diple (1) - Bosnia & Hercegovina

Diple (2) - Bosnia & Hercegovina

Diple (1) - Croatia

Diple (2) - Croatia

Diple (3) - Croatia

Diple (4) - Croatia

Diple (5) - Croatia

Diple (6) - Croatia

Diple - Montenegro

Diple (1) - Serbia

Diple (2) - Serbia

"Diple" - Croatia

Diple (dvostruke) - Bosnia & Hercegovina

Diple (s mijehom) - Bosnia & Hercegovina

Diple (z mehom) - Slovenia

Diple na dva struka - Croatia

Diple na mih - Croatia

Diple na mješinu - Croatia

Diple od jednog struka - Croatia

Diple s jaretijom mišinom - Croatia

Diple s kutlom - Croatia

Diple s mijehom - Bosnia & Hercegovina

Diple s mijehom - Montenegro

Diple s mijon - Croatia

Diple s mišinom - Bosnia & Hercegovina

Diple s mješinom - Bosnia & Hercegovina

Diplenjak - Croatia

Diplenjak - Slovenia

Diplenje - Bosnia & Hercegovina

Dipleša - Bosnia & Hercegovina

Dipli - Croatia

Diplice (1) - Bosnia & Hercegovina

Diplice (2) - Bosnia & Hercegovina

Diplice (1) - Croatia

Diplice (2) - Croatia

Diplice (3) - Croatia

Diplice (4) - Croatia

Diplice (5) - Croatia

Dipličice - Bosnia & Hercegovina

Diplice - Croatia

Dipliti - Croatia

Diplje - Montenegro

Diplje - Serbia

Dipljenje (kod blaga) - Croatia

Diplye - Albania

Diplye (1) - Bosnia & Hercegovina

Diplye (2) - Bosnia & Hercegovina

Diplye - Croatia

Diplye - Montenegro

Dírka s piatimi hlasmi - Slovakia

Dîrloi, Dîrloĭ - Romania

Dîrloni - Romania

Dithis - UK, Scotland

Divridina - Greece

Dixitación - Spain, Galicia

Diyānai - Iraq

Dīyīn shēng, Dīyīnshēng - China

Djathta [e] (1) - Italy, Basilicata

Djathta [e] (2) - Italy, Basilicata

Djavolska dupka - Bulgaria

Djävulens blåsbälg - Sweden

Djäwul’ns blåsbeöl’e - Estonia

Djirba - Iraq

Djoura - Bulgaria

Dlab - Bulgaria

Dmuchać - Poland

Dmýchací měch, Dmýchák - Czechia, Bohemia

Do - UK, Scotland

Do brillante - Spain, Galicia

Dọda

Doedel - Netherlands [Holland]

Doedel zak - Netherlands [Holland]

Doedelaar - Netherlands [Holland]

Doedeldommen - Netherlands [Holland]

Doedelen - Netherlands [Holland]

Doedelsack - Belgium

Doedelsak - South Africa

Doedelsak - Belgium

Doedelsek - Netherlands [Holland]

Doedelseklju(e) - Netherlands [Holland]

Doedelsekspijller - Netherlands [Holland]

Doedelsekspiler - Netherlands [Holland]

Doedelsekspylder - Netherlands [Holland]

Doedelsekspylje - Netherlands [Holland]

Doedelzak - Belgium

Doedelzak - Netherlands [Holland]

"Doedelzak" - Netherlands [Holland]

Doedelzakblazer, Doedelzakker*, Doedelzakspeler - Netherlands [Holland]

Doedy - Germany

Doetselzak - Belgium

Doezelzak - Belgium

Doglasak - Croatia

Doigté - French

Dolaďovací šroubek - Czechia, Bohemia

Dolaďovacia trubka - Slovakia

Dolnak - Macedonia

Dolnjače - Serbia

Dolnjak - Macedonia

Dondaine - France

Donja - Croatia

Doodlesack - UK, Scotland

Doppelpfeife - German

Doppelrohrblatt - German

Doppia - Italy, Latium

Dos - Ireland

Dos beag - Ireland

Dos mór - Ireland

Dǒu (Shēng dǒu, Shēngdǒu) - China

Doualo - Greece

Doubakia - Greece

Double-bass regulator - Ireland

Double gracing - Ireland

Double-chanter - English

Double-reed(s) - English

Doubling - UK, Scotland

Doubling - Ireland

Doubling (2nd octave) - Ireland

Douda - Slavic countries (Europe)

Doudelsak - Belgium

Doudelzak - Netherlands [Holland]

Douinitsa - Greece

Douyialo - Greece

Down-cut (idioglot single reed) - English

Dråmapåse, Dråmapåsse - Sweden

Drâmboni - Romania

Dråmm-pīp - Estonia

Dråmmpipa - Estonia

Dråmpipa - Sweden

Drândă - Romania

Drângă - Romania

Drdalo - Macedonia

Dre - UK, Scotland

Dreibrumm - Germany

Dreibrümmchen - Germany, Lusatia

Dreibrünchen - Germany, Lusatia

Dressing - English

Drîmboni - Romania

Drîndă - Romania

Drîngă - Romania

Dritta (1) - Italy, Calabria

Dritta (2) - Italy, Calabria

Dritta (3) - Italy, Calabria

Dritta - Italy, Campania

Dro - UK, Scotland

Dromm (1) - Estonia

Dromm (2) - Estonia

Dromm pip - Estonia

Drommpip, Drommpîp, Dromm-pîp - Estonia

Drommpipa - Estonia

Drommpipsspelman - Estonia

Drompip - Estonia

Drone - English

Drone - UK, England

Drone (bagpipe) - UK, England

Drone bell - English

Drone cap - UK, Scotland

Drone cord - UK, Scotland

Drone key - Ireland

Drone position - English

Dronepipe (bagpipe) - UK, England

Druga cijev - Croatia

Drugar na mrmaro - Macedonia

Drugi dulac - Croatia

Drumm - Estonia

Drummpipa, Drummpîpa, Drumm-pîpa - Estonia

Drummpîpe - Estonia

Drumpipa - Estonia

Drum-pipe - Estonia

Dschura - Bulgaria

Du`llkup - Sweden

Duale - Macedonia

Dualo - Macedonia

Dubbelriet - Netherlands [Holland]

Duchać - Poland

Duchač - Slovakia

Duchacz - Poland

Duchalo - Bulgaria

Duchavez - Bulgaria

Duchoczek - Poland

Dūciņas - Latvia

Duda - Bulgaria

Duda (1) - Hungary

Duda (2) - Hungary

Duda (3) - Hungary

Duda (1)

Duda (2)

Duda (1) - Croatia

Duda (2) - Croatia

Duda - Slovenia

Duda - Serbia, Vojvodina

Duda (1) - Poland

Duda (2) - Poland

Duda - Czechia, Moravia

Duda - Russia

Duda (1) - Ukraine

Duda (2) - Ukraine

Duda (3) - Ukraine

Duda (4) - Ukraine

Duda (1) - Belarus

Duda (2) - Belarus

Duda (3) - Belarus

Dudă - Romania

Dūda - Latvia

"Duda" - Poland

Dūda raginė - Lithuania

Duda* - Slovenia

Dudă* - Romania

Dudac - Serbia

Dudać - Poland

Dudać (?) - Poland

Dudáček - Czechia, Bohemia

Dudaczek - Poland

Dudafej - Hungary

Dudak - Germany, Lusatia

Dudák - Czechia, Bohemia

Dudakészítő - Hungary

Dudakürt (1) - Hungary

Dudakürt (2) - Hungary

Dudál - Hungary

Dudalánc - Hungary

Dudálás - Hungary

Dudaljka - Serbia

Dudanár - Czechia, Moravia

Dudanár (1) - Slovakia

Dudanár (2) - Slovakia

Dudanci - Slovakia

Dudanky - Slovakia

Dudanóta - Hungary

Dudar - Slovenia

Dudar - Ukraine

Dudar - Belarus

Dudar’ - Russia

Dudař (1) - Czechia, Bohemia

Dudař (2) - Czechia, Bohemia

Dudarz - Poland

Dudaš (1) - Croatia

Dudaš (2) - Croatia

Dudaš - Serbia, Vojvodina

Dudás - Spanish

Dudás - Hungary

Dūdas - Latvia

Dudasíp (magas hangú) - Hungary

Dudasíp (mély hangú) - Hungary

Dudaszó (1) - Hungary

Dudaszó (2) - Hungary

Dudaszó (3) - Hungary

Dudaszó (4) - Hungary

Dudat (1) - Czechia, Bohemia

Dudat (2) - Czechia, Bohemia

Dudať - Slovakia

Dudatölcsér - Hungary

Dude - Hungary

Dude (1) - Croatia

Dude (2) - Croatia

Dude (3) - Croatia

Dude (1) - Slovenia

Dude (2) - Slovenia

Dude na puvalak - Croatia

Dudeczka - Poland

Dudeczki - Poland

Dudei - Germany

Dudek - Czechia, Moravia

Dudel - German

Dudelbock - German

Dudeldei - German

Dudeler - German

Dudellsack - German

Dudeln - German

Dudel-sac - German

Dudelsach - Denmark

Dudelsack - German

Dudelsack - Austria

Dudelsack - Switzerland

Dudelsäck - Sweden

Düdelsack - Belgium

Dudelsackspieler - German

Dudelsaggio - Switzerland

Dudelsak - German

Dudelsakbläser - German

Dûdelsek, Dudel-sek - Netherlands [Holland]

"Dudeludelej" - Sweden

Dudelzak - Poland

Dudey - Germany

Dudi - Hungary

Dudi - Slovakia

Dudi - Ukraine

Dud̆i (Duďi) - Slovakia

Dudice - Croatia

Dudička - Slovakia

Dudičky - Slovakia

Dudinac - Croatia

Dūdinieks - Latvia

Dūdininkas, Dū̃dininkas - Lithuania

Dudj - Sweden

Dudka - Poland

Dudka - Russia

Dudka - Ukraine

Dudka* - Czechia, Moravia

Dudki - Germany, Lusatia

Dudki - Poland

"Dudki" - Poland

Dudki doślubne - Poland

Dudkować - Poland

Dudky - Czechia, Bohemia

Dudl=Sack - Austria

Dudlac - Bosnia & Hercegovina

Dudlac - Croatia

Düdlesack - Belgium

Dudlpfeiffa - Austria

Dudlsack - German

Dudlsack - Austria

Dudlsekk - Germany, Bavaria

Dudlsekk - Czechia, Bohemia

Dudlsook (1) - Czechia, Bohemia

Dudlsook (2) - Czechia, Bohemia

Dūdmaišis (1) - Lithuania

Dūdmaišis (2) - Lithuania

Dudnacz, Dudnarz [?] - Poland

Dudočka - Russia

Dudoczka - Ukraine

Dudog - Ireland

Dudsack - German

Dūdu pūslis - Latvia

Duduk - Bosnia & Hercegovina

Duduk - Croatia

Duduk - Russia, Dagestan

Dūdulis - Latvia

Dudy - Poland

Dudy (1) - Czechia, Bohemia

Dudy (2) - Czechia, Bohemia

Dudy - Czechia, Moravia

Dudy - Slovakia

Dudy - Ukraine

"Dudy" - Poland

"Dudy" - Czechia, Bohemia

Dudy bukowsko-kościańskie - Poland

Dudy góralskie - Poland

Dudy gostyńskie (or gostyńsko-rawickie, or rawicko-gostyńskie) - Poland

Dudy istebniańskie - Poland

Dudy mazowieckie - Poland

Dudy podhalańskie - Poland

Dudy wielkopolskie - Poland

Dudy żywieckie - Poland

Dudy* (1) - Poland

Dudy* (2) - Poland

Dudy* (3) - Poland

Dudys - Poland

Dudzian - Poland

Dudziarz (1) - Poland

Dudziarz (2) - Poland

Dudziarz (3) - Poland

Dudzicki (1) - Poland

Dudzicki (2) - Poland

Dudziski - Poland

Dudzista - Poland

Duhac (1) - Poland

Duhac (2) - Poland

Duhalica

Duhaljka - Macedonia

Duhaljka - Serbia

Duhalo - Bulgaria

Duhano kolo - Croatia

Duhka - Latvia

Duìxiāo - China

Dujalo - Bulgaria

Dujalo - Macedonia

Dūka, Dūkas - Latvia

Dulac - Bosnia & Hercegovina

Dulac (1) - Croatia

Dulac (2) - Croatia

Dulac (3) - Croatia

Dulac (4) - Croatia

Dulac - Serbia

Dulac - Serbia, Vojvodina

Dulac od baze - Croatia

Dulcémele - Philippines

Dulez - Slovakia

Dulić (1) - Serbia

Dulić (2) - Serbia

Dull-koppe - Sweden

Dummy drone - English

Dumplės - Lithuania

Dünbek - Turkey

Dungannon pipes - Ireland

Dupka - Bulgaria

Dupka - Macedonia

Duplica (1) - Croatia

Duplica (2) - Croatia

Duplice - Croatia

Duplje - Croatia

Durchschlagzunge - German

Durljaja - Serbia

Duroi - Romania

Dušalo - Greece

Düse - German

Dušnik - Bulgaria

Dušnik (1) - Macedonia

Dušnik (2) - Macedonia

Dutcă [?] - Romania

Dutka - Romania

Dutka (1) - Ukraine

Dutka (2) - Ukraine

Dutki - Poland

Dutlpokpfeiffer - Germany

Duudele, Duudle - Switzerland

Duvač (1) - Serbia

Duvač (2) - Serbia

Duvalce - Macedonia

Duvalec - Macedonia

Duvalica - Croatia

Duvaljče - Macedonia

Duvaljka - Macedonia

Duvaljka (1) - Serbia

Duvaljka (2) - Serbia

Duvaljka (3) - Serbia

Duvaljka (4) - Serbia

Duvaljka - Serbia, Vojvodina

Duvaljḱa - Macedonia

Duvalka - Macedonia

Duvalo - Macedonia

Duvalo (1) - Serbia

Duvalo (2) - Serbia

Dvoglasak - Croatia

Dvojka - Slovakia

Dvojnice (1) - Bosnia & Hercegovina

Dvojnice (2) - Bosnia & Hercegovina

Dvojnice - Croatia

Dvojnice - Serbia, Vojvodina

Dvojnice z jezičkom - Slovenia

Dvojstručice - Bosnia & Hercegovina

Dvojstruke - Bosnia & Hercegovina

Dvonjci - Serbia, Vojvodina

Dvostajne - Bosnia & Hercegovina

Dwdarom [sic!]; correct: Dudarom - Belarus

Dychac, Dychač - Slovakia

Dymac - Poland

Dymac, Dymać - Poland

Dymacia píšťala - Slovakia

Dymaczka - Poland

Dymák - Czechia, Bohemia

Dymák - Czechia, Moravia

Dymaka - Poland

Dymka - Poland

Dymlok - Poland

Dyple - Croatia

Dyubelya - Ukraine

Dyudyuk - Russia, Dagestan

Dziurka stroikowa - Poland

Dzundzurki - Macedonia

Džura gajda - Bulgaria

Džura gajda - Macedonia

Ea - UK, Scotland

Ebony (Diospyros ebenum, Maba ebenus) - English

Egeduš - Croatia

Egerländer Bock - Czechia, Bohemia

Egerländer Dudelsack - Czechia, Bohemia

Einfaches Rohrblatt - German

Ejuk tāpung - India

Ekleme (1) - Greece

Ekleme (2) - Greece

Ekleme [?] - Bulgaria

Ekleminja - Greece

Elbow pipes - Ireland

Elder (Sambucus nigra) - English

Elfenbein - German

Elymos - Greece

Embaïsso - France, Languedoc

Embari - UK, Scotland

Emboîture - French

Embouchure - France, Brittany

Embout - French

Embutido - Spanish

Emlő (1) - Hungary

Emlő (2) - Hungary

Empeigne - France, Limousin

Empenha - France, Limousin

Enas, ’Enas - Italy, Sardinia

Endare - UK, Scotland

Endre - UK, Scotland

Enfiado - Spain, Galicia

Enflabot - France, Provence

Engkerurai - Borneo (Malaysia, Indonesia, and Brunei)

Engkruri - Borneo (Malaysia, Indonesia, and Brunei)

Enkel riet - Netherlands [Holland]

Enkelurai - Borneo (Malaysia, Indonesia, and Brunei)

Eṅkěrūrai - Borneo (Malaysia, Indonesia, and Brunei)

Enkulurai - Borneo (Malaysia, Indonesia, and Brunei)

Ense - France, Auvergne

Entaille - French

Entalladura - Spanish

Eo - UK, Scotland

Epkalo - Serbia, Vojvodina

Éra - Italy, Lombardy

Erske gajde - Serbia

Esimik [?] - Estonia

Espiga - Spanish

Espigo - Portugal

Espigo - Spain, Galicia

Espigu - Spain, Asturias

Espita - Spain, Basque country

Estaño - Spanish

Esteva - France, Provence

Estive - French

Estlandspipa - Estonia

Estrangul - Spanish

Étain - French

Exceptionally high drone - English

Eziče - Bulgaria

Facbib - UK, Wales

Fagotto - Italy

Faldetes - Spain, Balearics

Fālf - Tunisia

Falsa campana - Italy, Calabria

Famă - Russia

Fāng shēng, Fāngshēng - China

Far’ e sa monča - Italy, Sardinia

Farrapos - Spain, Galicia

Farzittu (Bordone farzittu) - Italy, Latium

Fascettu - Italy, Sicily

Fasetto - Italy, Sicily

Fasettu (1) - Italy, Sicily

Fasettu (2) - Italy, Sicily

Fästhylsa - Sweden

Faux-bourdon - French

Feadain - Ireland

Feadan - UK, Scotland

Feder - German

Femmena (1) - Italy, Molise

Femmena (2) - Italy, Molise

Femmina (1) - Italy, Basilicata

Femmina (2) - Italy, Basilicata

Fēngdí (Fêngti) - China

Fēngdí chuījiā (Fêngti ch’uichia) - China

Fēngdíshǒu (Fêngtishou) - China

Fēngxiāng - China

Fer - France, Bourbonnais

Ferrete - Spanish

Ferrete - Spain, Asturias

Ferrón - Spain, Asturias

Ferrule - English

Feuille - France, Bourbonnais

Fhel - Tunisia

Fiador - Spanish

Fiato continuo - Italy, Sardinia

Fiffaro - Italy

Fil - Spain, Balearics

Fillol - Spain, Balearics

Filu - Spain, Asturias

Fingerhål - Sweden

Fingerhol - Sweden

Fingerhole(s) - English

Fingering - English

Fingerloch - German

Fingerpipa - Sweden

Fingerränna - Sweden

Fiocco - Italy, Campania

Fiol - Spain, Catalonia

Fioll - Spain, Balearics

Fiorasseddu - Italy, Sardinia

Fiorassiu - Italy, Sardinia

Fiorássiu a ispinellu - Italy, Sardinia

Fiorassiu argentinu - Italy, Sardinia

Fisaktir [Fısaktır?] - Turkey

Fischiarillo - Italy, Molise

Fischiettë - Italy, Abruzzo

Fischietto (1) - Italy, Calabria

Fischietto (2) - Italy, Calabria

Fischietto (3) - Italy, Calabria

Fischietto (1) - Italy, Campania

Fischietto (2) - Italy, Campania

Fischietto - Italy, Latium

Fischiettu - Italy, Sicily

Fischio - Italy, Basilicata

Fistulator tibicen - Latin & related terms

? [Fit~ ?] - Spain, Basque country

Fita - Greece

Fiuda - Italy, Sardinia

Fiuda allirga - Italy, Sardinia

Fiuda bagadia - Italy, Sardinia

Fiuda bagadia in fa minore - Italy, Sardinia

Fiudedda - Italy, Sardinia

Flaouit - France, Brittany

Flaouiter - France, Brittany

Flaskomadoura - Greece

Flat set - Ireland

Flauta - Spain, Rioja

Flecos - Spanish

Flecos do fol - Spanish

Fleur - France, Auvergne

Flomos (1) - Greece

Flomos (2) - Greece

Floreo - Spanish

Floreos - Spain, Asturias

Floriation - English

Floriğğu - Italy, Sardinia

Fluit - Belgium

Flûte - Belgium

Flûte - France, Brittany

Foale - Romania

Foe loeˇ - Thailand

Fol - Spain, Galicia

Fole - Portugal

Folele - Croatia

Folga - Poland

Fölkiáltólyuk - Hungary

Folo - Croatia

Folu - Croatia

Fontanel(le) - English

Fontanella - Spanish

Fontanella - Italy

Fontanelle (1) - French

Fontanelle (2) - German

Forma - Croatia

Formigueu - Spain, Asturias

Foro di canto - Italy, Basilicata

Foršlag - Bulgaria

Fotzpfeife - Austria

Founfóni - France, Provence

Fouskotari (1) - Greece

Fouskotari (2) - Greece

Fraj, Fraja - Croatia

Franjas - Portugal

Frasettu - Italy, Sardinia

Frassetto - Italy, Sardinia

Frassettu - Italy, Sardinia

Frčák - Czechia, Bohemia

Frecos - Spain, Galicia

Frecos do fol - Spain, Galicia

Free reed(s) - English

Freno (diminutive: Frenillo) - Spanish

Frenu - Spain, Asturias

Frischettu (1) - Italy, Calabria

Frischettu (2) - Italy, Calabria

Frkačka - Czechia, Bohemia

Fteroula - Greece

Fu luˇ - Thailand

Fuelle - Spanish

Fuelle - Spain, Asturias

Fujara - Poland

Fújtató - Hungary

Fújtatós duda (1) - Hungary

Fújtatós duda (2) - Hungary

Fuk - Czechia, Bohemia

Fukač - Slovakia

Fukube - Japan

Fuky - Czechia, Moravia

Full set - Ireland

Fulu - Thailand

Funda - Spain, Asturias

Funda - Spain, Galicia

Funicella - Italy, Campania

Furacu - Spain, Asturias

Furia [?] - Italy, Sardinia

Fuse - Italy, Latium

Fuso - Italy

Fuso - Italy, Campania

Fuso - Italy, Latium

Fuso - Italy, Molise

Fuso - Czechia, Bohemia

Fustu - Italy, Calabria

Fūteki - Japan

Fúvó - Hungary

Fúvóka - Hungary

Fúvótőke - Hungary

Fylaki - Greece

Fysallis - Greece

Fysari - Greece

Fysateria - Greece

Fysero (1) - Greece

Fysero (2) - Greece

Fysitari, Fysitiri - Greece

Fysolatis - Greece

Fytsi - Greece

Gadatswiri - Georgia

Gade - Romania

Gadge - Albania

Gadljanje - Serbia

Gadljar - Croatia

Gadljar - Serbia

Gadljar - Serbia, Vojvodina

Gadljati - Serbia

Gadlje - Croatia

Gadlje - Serbia

Gadlje - Serbia, Vojvodina

Gadlji - Serbia, Vojvodina

Gaeng - Southeast Asia

Gahita - Spanish

Gaibă, Gaĭbă - Romania

Gaĭbără - Romania

Gaĭbarac - Romania

Gaida (1) - Greece

Gaida (2) - Greece

Gaida - Italy, Piedmont

Gaida - Croatia

Gaida - Macedonia

Gaidă - Romania

Gaida - Slovakia

Gaida - Turkey

Gaida - Ukraine

Gaida, Gaïda - Bulgaria

Gaida, Gaïda - Poland

Gaidă, Gaĭdă - Romania

Gaida, Gaïda - Ukraine

Gaidanaki - Greece

Gaidanitsa - Greece

Gaidaniza - Bulgaria

Gaidanoula - Greece

Gaidaris - Greece

Gaidatzis - Greece

Gaidatzis - Turkey

Gaide - Croatia

Gaidha - Greece

Gaidharis - Greece

Gaidhieris - Greece

Gaidhourka - Greece

Gaidieris - Greece

Gaidofloyera - Greece

Gaidokataskevastis - Greece

Gaidopoios - Greece

Gaidunitda - Macedonia

Gaidunitsa - Macedonia

Gaiduniza - Bulgaria

Gaidurka - Bulgaria

Gainta - Turkey

Gaita - Spanish

Gaita - Spain, Balearics

Gaita - Spain, Catalonia

"Gaita" - Spain, Galicia

Gaita aragonesa - Spain, Aragón

Gaita asturiana (1) - Spain, Asturias

Gaita asturiana (2) - Spain, Asturias

Gaita de barquín - Spain, Galicia

Gaita de bota - Spain, Rioja

Gaita de boto - Spain, Aragón

Gaita de fuelle - Spain, Aragón

Gaita de fuelle - Spain, Rioja

Gaita de odre - Spain, Rioja

Gaita de ribera - Spain, Asturias

Gaita de vejiga - Spanish

Gaita galega (1) - Spain, Galicia

Gaita galega (2) - Spain, Galicia

Gaita galega (3) - Spain, Galicia

Gaita gallega - Spain, Galicia

Gaita gallegada - Spain, Galicia

Gaita gastoreña - Spain, Andalucia

Gaita grileira - Spain, Galicia

Gaita grilleira - Spain, Galicia

Gaita grillera - Spain, Asturias

Gaita grillera - Spain, Galicia

Gaita juelle - Spain, Asturias

Gaita normal - Spain, Galicia

Gaita redonda - Spain, Asturias

Gaita redonda - Spain, Galicia

Gaita roncadora - Spain, Galicia

Gaita roucadora - Spain, Galicia

Gaita salamanquina - Spain, Castilia

Gaita serrana - Spain, Castilia

Gaita tumbal - Spain, Asturias

Gaita tumbal - Spain, Galicia

Gaita zamorana - Spain, León

Gaita zuliana* - Venezuela

Gaita* - North Africa

Gaita* - Brazil

Gaita* - Colombia

Gaita* - Spain, Aragón

Gaitachor - Arabic world

Gaitada - Spain, Galicia

Gaita-de-foles - Portugal

Gaita-de-foles* - Brazil

Gaïte - France, Pyrenées

Gaiteira - Portugal

Gaiteira - Spain, Galicia

Gaiteiro - Portugal

Gaiteiro - Spain, Galicia

Gaiter - Spain, Catalonia

Gaitera - Spain

Gaitera - Spain, Asturias

Gaiterín - Spain, Asturias

Gaitero - Spain, Aragón

Gaitero (ejecutante) - Spanish

Gaitero (fabricante) - Spanish

Gaitero*, Gaitera* - Spain

Gaiteru - Spain, Asturias

Gaitilla - Spanish

Gaitiña - Spain, Galicia

Gaitinha - Portugal

Gaits - Spain, Galicia

Gajba - Serbia

Gajd - Hungary

Gajda - Arabic world

Gajda (1) - Bulgaria

Gajda (2) - Bulgaria

Gajda (3) - Bulgaria

Gajda (4) - Bulgaria

Gajda - Greece

Gajda - Hungary

Gajda - Croatia

Gajda (1) - Macedonia

Gajda (2) - Macedonia

Gajda (3) - Macedonia

Gajda (1) - Serbia

Gajda (2) - Serbia

Gajda (3) - Serbia

Gajda - Serbia, Vojvodina

Gajda (1) - Poland

Gajda (2) - Poland

Gajda - Czechia, Moravia

Gajda (1) - Slovakia

Gajda (2) - Slovakia

Gajda - Ukraine

Gajda [Gajde?] - Montenegro

Gajda [Gajde?] - Serbia

Gajda pisana - Serbia

Gajda šarena - Serbia

Gajda* - Slovakia

Gajdać - Poland

Gajdadžija - Macedonia

Gajdanica (1) - Bulgaria

Gajdanica (2) - Bulgaria

Gajdanica - Serbia

Gajdar - Bulgaria

Gajdar - Macedonia

Gajdar - Serbia

Gajdar - Slovakia

Gajdara - Croatia

Gajdara - Macedonia

Gajdarče (1) - Macedonia

Gajdarče (2) - Macedonia

Gajdardžiče - Macedonia

Gajdardžija - Bulgaria

Gajdardžija - Serbia

Gajdardžija - Macedonia

Gajdardžijče - Macedonia

Gajdardžinica - Macedonia

Gajdarica - Macedonia

Gajdarka - Bulgaria

Gajdarka - Macedonia

Gajdarka (1) - Serbia

Gajdarka (2) - Serbia

Gajdarska - Macedonia

Gajdarski ansambl - Macedonia

Gajdaš - Bosnia & Hercegovina

Gajdaš (1) - Croatia

Gajdaš (2) - Croatia

Gajdaš - Macedonia

Gajdaš - Serbia

Gajdaš - Serbia, Vojvodina

Gajdašić - Croatia

Gajde - Albania

Gajdë - Albania

Gajde - Bulgaria

Gajde - Hungary

Gajde

Gajde - Bosnia & Hercegovina

Gajde - Kosovo

Gajde (1) - Croatia

Gajde (2) - Croatia

Gajde (3) - Croatia

Gajde - Macedonia

Gajde (1) - Serbia

Gajde (2) - Serbia

Gajde (3) - Serbia

Gajde - Serbia, Vojvodina

Gajde - Slovakia

Gajde - Turkey

Gajde (bez trubnja) - Bosnia & Hercegovina

Gajde (bez trubnja) - Macedonia

Gajde banatske - Serbia, Vojvodina

Gajde dude - Croatia

Gajde golemo - Serbia

Gajde srednje - Serbia

Gajdecki - Poland

Gajdegji - Albania

Gajdek (1) - Czechia, Moravia

Gajdek (2) - Czechia, Moravia

Gajdence - Slovakia

Gajdenica - Macedonia

Gajdenica (1) - Serbia

Gajdenica (2) - Serbia

Gajdenica (3) - Serbia

Gajdenica - Serbia, Vojvodina

Gajdeve - Albania

Gajdexhi - Albania

Gajdexhi - Kosovo

Gajdica (1) - Czechia, Moravia

Gajdica (2) - Czechia, Moravia

Gajdica (1) - Slovakia

Gajdica (2) - Slovakia

Gajdica (3) - Slovakia

Gajdica (4) - Slovakia

Gajdica s troma dírkami - Slovakia

Gajdička - Czechia, Moravia

Gajdičky - Slovakia

Gajdko - Slovakia

Gajdolás - Hungary

Gajdos (1) - Poland

Gajdos (2) - Poland

Gajdoš (1) - Slovakia

Gajdoš (2) - Slovakia

Gajdoš, Gajdošek - Czechia, Moravia

Gajdosek - Poland

Gajdošici - Slovakia

Gajdošik - Czechia, Moravia

Gajdoško, Gajdošku - Slovakia

Gajdošovce - Slovakia

Gajdošský kluč - Czechia, Moravia

Gajdošu - Slovakia

Gajdosz (1) - Poland

Gajdosz (2) - Poland

Gajdosze - Poland

Gajdoszek - Poland

Gajdosziczek - Czechia, Moravia

Gajdoszka - Poland

Gajdovať - Slovakia

Gajdowan - Poland

Gajdowanie - Poland

Gajdunica (1) - Bulgaria

Gajdunica (2) - Bulgaria

Gajdunica - Macedonia

Gajdunica - Serbia

Gajdurka - Bulgaria

Gajdurka - Greece

Gajdurka - Macedonia

Gajdurnica - Bulgaria

Gajdušek - Czechia, Moravia

Gajduvať - Slovakia

"Gajduvať" - Slovakia

Gajdy - Poland

Gajdy - Czechia, Moravia

Gajdy (1) - Slovakia

Gajdy (2) - Slovakia

Gajdy (3) - Slovakia

Gajdy (4) - Slovakia

Gajdy (5) - Slovakia

Gajdy (6) - Slovakia

"Gajdy" - Poland

Gajdy dziecięce - Poland

Gajdy istebniańskie - Poland

Gajdy śląskie - Poland

Gajdy śląskie - Czechia, Moravia

Gajdzica (1) - Poland

Gajdzica (2) - Poland

Gajdzica (3) - Poland

Gajdzica (4) - Poland

Gajdzicka - Poland

Gajdzićki - Poland

Gajdzior - Poland

Gajdziorz - Poland

Gajdziorze - Poland

Galleto - Spain, Galicia

Gallu - Spain, Asturias

Gǎn (Shēng gǎn, Shēnggǎn) - China

Gaothaire - Ireland

Gāoyīn shēng, Gāoyīnshēng - China

Garganta - Spanish

Gargı - Turkey

Garoxylo - Greece

Garozi - Greece

Garso skylutė - Lithuania

Garudè - Borneo (Malaysia, Indonesia, and Brunei)

Gasem - India

Gasket - English

Gathering pipes - UK, England

Gayda - Bulgaria

Gayda - Turkey

Gayda borusu - Turkey

Gayda parmaklı - Turkey

Gaydacı (imalātçı, satıcı, çalgıcı) - Turkey

Gaydos - Hungary

Gayduritsa - Turkey

Gayta - Spanish

Gaytero - Spanish

Gayto - France, Pyrenées

Ge - Japan

Gedackt, Gedeckt - German

Gei - Japan

Gejdy - Slovakia

Gelenk (1) - German

Gelenk (2) - German

Gemischte Griffweise - German

Gerdi - Borneo (Malaysia, Indonesia, and Brunei)

Geschlossene Griffweise - German

Ğeu - Japan

Ggeh - China

Ggiummi - Italy, Sicily

Ghā’ita - Arabic world

Ghaidā - Arabic world

Ghaida, Ghaïda - Turkey

Ghaidha - Greece

Ghaiṭa - Arabic world

Ghaita* - North Africa

Gheevita - Spanish

Gheeyita - Spanish

Ghefyita - Spanish

Ghlossidhi - Greece

Ghlossidi - Greece

Gighe - Italy, Emilia-Romagna

Ġild - Malta

Ğinagovi - India

Giogu de launeddas - Italy, Sardinia

Girgintana - Italy, Sicily

Girls’ (Women’s) names - Spain, Catalonia

Gjerdančinja - Macedonia

Gjuhëz - Albania

Gkaida - Greece

Glaça - France, Limousin

Glas - Croatia

Glaši - Macedonia

Glasnica (1) - Croatia

Glasnica (2) - Croatia

Glasnica (3) - Croatia

Glasnica (4) - Croatia

Glasnica - Serbia

Glasnica - Serbia, Vojvodina

Glasniče - Bulgaria

Glašniče - Bulgaria

Glasnik - Bulgaria

Glasnik (1) - Macedonia

Glasnik (2) - Macedonia

Glasnik (3) - Macedonia

Glasnik (1) - Serbia

Glasnik (2) - Serbia

Glasnik (3) - Serbia

Glašnik - Bulgaria

Glašnik - Macedonia

Glava - Bosnia & Hercegovina

Glava (1) - Croatia

Glava (2) - Croatia

Glava (3) - Croatia

Glavčina - Serbia

Glavina - Bulgaria

Glavina - Croatia

Glavina - Macedonia

Glavina (1) - Serbia

Glavina (2) - Serbia

Glavina (3) - Serbia

Glavina (4) - Serbia

Glavina - Serbia, Vojvodina

Glăvină - Romania

Glavinka - Serbia

Glavna mješina - Croatia

Glavnik - Croatia

Glavnik - Serbia

Glavura - Macedonia

Glen pipes - UK, Scotland

Głośnica - Poland

Glossidhi - Greece

Ğo - Japan

Głowa - Poland

Główka - Poland

Gnora - Italy, Lombardy

Goda - Turkey

Göğde - Turkey

Ğogu de launeddas - Italy, Sardinia

Gojdyća - Ukraine

Gon - Japan

Gonfiatoio - Italy

Gòngmíng guǎn, Gòngmíngguǎn - China

Goose - UK, Scotland

Goralské gajdy - Slovakia

Gördel - Sweden

Gordó - Hungary

Gordószár - Hungary

Gordótőke - Hungary

Gornak - Macedonia

Gornik (1) - Macedonia

Gornik (2) - Macedonia

Gornjače - Serbia

Gornjak - Macedonia

Gornji komad - Croatia

Gorzel - Poland

Gosem - India

Gosser Bock - Germany

Goudastviri - Georgia

Goule - France, Brittany

Gourd - English

Gourde - French

Gourmand - France, Bourbonnais

Gövde - Turkey

Gozne [?] - Spanish

Gracenote, Gracing - English

Gracz - Poland

Graïle - France, Languedoc

Graile (1) - Spain, Catalonia

Graile (2) - Spain, Catalonia

Grall - Spain, Balearics

Grall - Spain, Catalonia

Grall [?] - Spain, Aragón

Gralla - Spain, Catalonia

Grallaïre - Spain, Catalonia

Granadillo (Dalbergia melanoxylon) - Spanish

Grand bourdon - French

Grand chalumeau - France

Grand cornet - Belgium

Grande - Italy, Calabria

Gratella - Italy, Molise

Gravity valve - Ireland

Grbača - Croatia

Grbavica - Croatia

Great Highland bagpipe - UK, Scotland

Great Irish Pipe - Ireland

Great pipe - UK, Scotland

Greil - Spain, Catalonia

Grêle - Spain, Catalonia

Grenadille (Dalbergia melanoxylon) - English

Gresle - Spain, Catalonia

Gridazzari - Italy, Calabria

Gridazzaro - Italy, Calabria

Griffloch - German

Griffweise - German

Grifo, Grifón - Spanish

Grille - Spain, Catalonia

Grimmelchen - Germany

Grip - UK, Scotland

Grlo - Croatia

Grlo - Macedonia

Grocz - Poland

Grondaia - Italy, Basilicata

Groote-Bok - Poland

Grop - Croatia

Großer Bock - Germany

Grosser Bock - Germany

Grove roenker - Belgium

Gū (Shēng gū) - China

Gu pe_ - Thailand

Guǎn - China

Gucat (in standard Croatian: Gucati) - Croatia

Gǔchuī - China

Guda - Turkey

Guda - Lithuania

Guda - Georgia

Guda [?] - Georgia

Guda stiviri, Gudastiviri - Georgia

Gudast’viri - Georgia

Gudastviri - Georgia

Guda-stwili - Georgia

Guetta - Italy, Sardinia

Guill - Ireland

Guk - Russia

Guk - Ukraine

Guk - Belarus

Ġummiena - Malta

Gunga (1) - Croatia

Gunga (2) - Croatia

Gunga (3) - Croatia

Gunga (4) - Croatia

Guóyuè shēng, Guóyuèshēng - China

Gürtel - German

Gusciello - Italy, Campania

Gwenloitheg - UK, England

Gwill - Ireland

Gybyt-kobuz - Caucasia (See also Armenia, Azerbaijan, Georgia, and Dagestan (Russia))

Gyō - Japan

Habandre - UK, Scotland

Habandreenda - UK, Scotland

Habare - UK, Scotland

Habbān - Kuwait

Habbān - United Arab Emirates

Hachi - Japan

Hači - Japan

Hadarid - UK, Scotland

Hadeda - UK, Scotland

Haen - UK, Scotland

Haeo - UK, Scotland

Hák - Czechia, Bohemia

Hakaputa - New Zealand

Half doubling - UK, Scotland

Half set - Ireland

Half-long pipes (1) - UK, England

Half-long pipes (2) - UK, England

Half-size pipe - UK, Scotland

Hämelchen - Germany

Hang - Southeast Asia

Hang - Romania

Hangjátszólyuk - Hungary

Hardwoods (Angiospermae), common in bagpipe making - English

Hartholz (Angiospermae) - German

Hartriegel (Cornus mas(cula)) - German

Hasıl - Turkey

Haszpka - Poland

Hau(t)bois (de cornemuse) - French

Hau(t)bois (de cornemuse) - France

Hau(t)bois (de cornemuse) (1) - France, Auvergne

Hau(t)bois (de cornemuse) (2) - France, Auvergne

Hau(t)bois (de cornemuse) (1) - France, Bourbonnais

Hau(t)bois (de cornemuse) (2) - France, Bourbonnais

Hauboué - France, Auvergne

Hauboué - France, Bourbonnais

Haug - Romania

Haversack - France, Burgundy

- China

Hebandre - UK, Scotland

Hebandreenhe - UK, Scotland

Hebare - UK, Scotland

Hebarhe - UK, Scotland

Hedarid - UK, Scotland

Heem - Myanmar

Heem - Thailand

Hegeduš - Croatia

Heiland pipes - UK, Scotland

Heliḍamuthaḍughī - India

Helwetes-säck - Estonia

Henas - Italy, Sardinia

Herabhängend - German

Herdepipa - Sweden

Herderspijp - Germany

Herere - UK, Scotland

Heteroglot (also Heteroglott) - English

Héxián - China

Héyīn - China

Hi - Japan

Hibachi - Japan

Hibandre - UK, Scotland

Hibandreendi - UK, Scotland

Hibare - UK, Scotland

Hibarhi - UK, Scotland

Hibbān - United Arab Emirates

Hiči - Japan

Hidarid - UK, Scotland

High drone - English

Highland bagpipe - UK, Scotland

Highland pipe(s) - UK, Scotland

Highland small-pipe - UK, Scotland

Hiharara - UK, Scotland

Hiharin - UK, Scotland

Hihorodin - UK, Scotland

Hihorodo - UK, Scotland

Hii - Japan

Hilado - Spanish

Hilatura (1) - Spanish

Hilatura (2) - Spanish

Hill pipe - UK, Scotland

Him - Myanmar

Him - Thailand

Him - UK, Scotland

Himdandre - UK, Scotland

Himdarid - UK, Scotland

Himen - UK, Scotland

Hin - UK, Scotland

Hinbain - UK, Scotland

Hinbandre - UK, Scotland

Hinbandreendan - UK, Scotland

Hinbandreendi - UK, Scotland

Hinbare - UK, Scotland

Hindadre - UK, Scotland

Hindaenda - UK, Scotland

Hindaendan - UK, Scotland

Hindaende - UK, Scotland

Hindaendhe - UK, Scotland

Hindaendo - UK, Scotland

Hindaeni (1) - UK, Scotland

Hindaeni (2) - UK, Scotland

Hindaento - UK, Scotland

Hindarid - UK, Scotland

Hindo - UK, Scotland

Hindodre - UK, Scotland

Hinge - English

Hintodre - UK, Scotland

Hio - UK, Scotland

Hiobandre - UK, Scotland

Hiobandreemto - UK, Scotland

Hiobare - UK, Scotland

Hiodarid - UK, Scotland

Hiodin - UK, Scotland

Hiodo - UK, Scotland

Hiodroeo - UK, Scotland

Hioea - UK, Scotland

Hioen - UK, Scotland

Hiotradre - UK, Scotland

Hiotraea - UK, Scotland

Hiotro - UK, Scotland

Hiotrodin - UK, Scotland

Hiotrodre - UK, Scotland

Hiriri - UK, Scotland

Hitronja - Croatia

Hlas - Slovakia

Hlava - Czechia, Moravia

Hlava - Slovakia

Hlavička - Slovakia

Hlodč - Slovenia

Hnyìn - Myanmar

Ho - China

Ho - UK, Scotland

Ho phong - Laos

Hoariour (Hoariour get er) bañieu/binieu - France, Brittany

Hobandre - UK, Scotland

Hobandreendo - UK, Scotland

Hobare - UK, Scotland

Hoćka - Poland

Hodarid - UK, Scotland

Hodro - UK, Scotland

Hodrodin - UK, Scotland

Hodrodre - UK, Scotland

Hodroeo - UK, Scotland

Hók, Hok - Poland

Höllensack - German

Hołonyczky - Ukraine

Hołowyczka - Ukraine

Holunder (Sambucus nigra) - German

Holz - German

Hommeltje - Germany

Hóngzhú shēng, Hóngzhúshēng - China

Höppentyű - Hungary

Höppögető - Hungary

Horn (1) - English

Horn (2) - German

Hornbock - Germany

Horn-boud - France, Brittany

Hornpipe - English

Hornpipe with a mouthpiece: gourd - English

Hornpipe with a mouthpiece: yoke - English

Hornpipe without a mouthpiece - English

Hosho [Hōshō?] - Japan

Hosszabbító - Hungary

Houder - Belgium

Hóushé - China

Housse - French

Hóuyīn - China

Hráč na gajdy - Slovakia

Hrkavky - Czechia, Bohemia

Hrubé gajdy - Czechia, Moravia

Hrvaška dudla - Slovenia

Hsiu chua, Hsiuchua - China

Hu kya - China

Huakio kiao - China

Huáng shé - China

Huáng, Huángpiàn - China

Huāshé - China

Huāshéyīn - China

Huáyīn - China

Huček - Czechia, Moravia

Hučok - Slovakia

Huk (1) - Poland

Huk (2) - Poland

Huk - Czechia, Bohemia

Huk - Czechia, Moravia

Huk - Slovakia

Huk (1) - Belarus

Huk (2) - Belarus

Huk přední - Czechia, Moravia

Huk zadní - Czechia, Moravia

Huková trubka - Slovakia

Hülle [?] - German

Húlú shēng, Húlúshēng - China

Húlúsī - China

Humelcken - Germany

Hümlichen - Germany

Hümmelchen - Germany

Hummelken, Hümmelken - Germany

Hümmelpfeiflein - Germany

Hümmlgen - Germany

Hunâe - Serbia

Hūshé - China

Huzel - Ukraine

Hvezdár - Slovakia

Hwa - Korea

Hybrid Union-pipe - UK, Scotland

Iˉ hpu ̬ - Thailand

Iˉ hpuˇ k’aw - Thailand

Iamas - Italy, Calabria

Ibandre - UK, Scotland

Ibandreeni - UK, Scotland

Ibare - UK, Scotland

Ibari - UK, Scotland

Ichi - Japan

Ichiku - Japan

Iči - Japan

Idarid - UK, Scotland

Idioglot (also Idioglott) - English

Imboccatura - Italy

Impianto - Italy

Imserka - Malta

Incha - Spain, Aragón

Inclinado - Spanish

Incliné - French

Inclined - English

Incrustation - French

Inlay - English

Inlet valve - English

Insufflatore - Italy

Insuflador - Portugal

Intarsie - German

Intermeia - Portugal

Intervalle - French

Inxa - Spain, Catalonia

Irfis - Malta

Irish organ - Ireland

Iskala - Italy, Sardinia

Iso - Macedonia

Ison (1) - Greece

Ison (2) - Greece

Ison - Macedonia

Ispinellu - Italy, Sardinia

Ispinellu a frassettu - Italy, Sardinia

Ispinellu a pipia - Italy, Sardinia

Isunas - Italy, Sardinia

Iuntura - Italy, Sardinia

Ivoire - French

Ivory - English

Izvanja - Croatia

Iz-zakk - Malta

Jabłko - Poland

Jabučica - Croatia

Jabuka (1) - Croatia

Jabuka (2) - Croatia

Jabuka - Serbia

Jabuka - Serbia, Vojvodina

Jacaranda (Jacaranda brasiliensis) - French

Jacaranda brasiliensis: ➺ Rose-wood - English

Jagodica - Croatia

Jaleika - Russia

Jamica - Bosnia & Hercegovina

Jammertüte - German

Jamnica - Croatia

Jamresække - Denmark

Jare

Játszólyuk - Hungary

Jaziče - Macedonia

Jazik - Macedonia

Jazýček - Czechia, Bohemia

Jednorka - Slovakia

Jedro - Slovenia

Jesk - Slovenia

Jezičak (1) - Croatia

Jezičak (2) - Croatia

Jezičić - Bosnia & Hercegovina

Jezik (1) - Croatia

Jezik (2) - Croatia

Ježik - Croatia

Języček - Poland

Języczek - Poland

Jiājiàn shēng, Jiājiànshēng - China

Jiàn shēng, Jiànshēng - China

Jiǎo (Shēng jiǎo) - China

Jinagovi - India

Jingivi - India

Jinjíivi - India

Jirba - Bahrain

Jirba - Iraq

Jirbe - Arabic world

Jivala - India

- Japan

Joch [?] - German

Jockpipe - Norway

Joint(s) - English

Jotre - Italy, Molise

- Japan

Juglar - Spain, Catalonia

Juntura - Spanish

Juqi [Jùqì?] - China

Juxtaposition (1) - English

Juxtaposition (2) - French

Jytyr - Russia

K’a_ hk’euˆ pa_ - Thailand

Kaba - Bulgaria

Kaba gajda - Bulgaria

Kaba gajda - Macedonia

Kabittsina - Italy, Sardinia

Kablić - Croatia

Kabro - France, Auvergne

Kacek (1) - Albania

Kacek (2) - Albania

Kačev - Serbia

Kadede - Borneo (Malaysia, Indonesia, and Brunei)

Kadedek - Borneo (Malaysia, Indonesia, and Brunei)

Kadire’ - Borneo (Malaysia, Indonesia, and Brunei)

Kaduri - Borneo (Malaysia, Indonesia, and Brunei)

Kaffa - Tunisia

Käi - Estonia

Kaida (1) - Greece

Kaida (2) - Greece

Kaidatzis - Greece

Kajda - Bosnia & Hercegovina

Kajda - Macedonia

Kajda - Montenegro

Kajdoš - Czechia, Moravia

Kajdy - Czechia, Bohemia

Kalaj - Bulgaria

Kalajlija gajda - Bulgaria

Kalamaul(is) [?] - Greece

Kalami - Turkey

Kalami - Greece

Kalebasse - German

Kalem - Serbia

Kallmërit - Italy, Calabria

Kämmen [?] - German

Kampó - Hungary

Kandža - Macedonia

Kanela (1) - Croatia

Kanela (2) - Croatia

Kanelica - Croatia

Kannasa - Italy, Sardinia

Kannin - Cyprus

Kaño - Spain, Basque country

Kañubera, Kañubere [?] - Spain, Basque country

Kanuce e buzës - Italy, Calabria

Kanzi [?] / Karahsa [?] - Georgia

Kapak - Bosnia & Hercegovina

Kapak - Croatia

Kapatse - Greece

Kapela - Poland

Kapèla - Belarus

Karaba (1) - Serbia

Karaba (2) - Serbia

Karaba - Serbia, Vojvodina

Karabe (1) - Serbia

Karabe (2) - Serbia

Karabe - Serbia, Vojvodina

Karabice - Serbia

Karabki - Ukraine

Karabky - Ukraine

Karablica - Serbia

Karablja

Karablje - Croatia

Karablje - Serbia

Karabljice - Croatia

Karabok - Ukraine

Karachsa - Georgia

Karahsa [?] / Kanzi [?] - Georgia

Karahsa [?] / Rka [?] / Kanzi [?] - Georgia

Karamoutza - Greece

Karamouza (1) - Greece

Karamouza (2) - Greece

Käramunxia - Italy, Calabria

Karamuza - Greece

Karaxsin [Karaxsın?] - Turkey

Karelli - Greece

Kargı - Turkey

Karika - Croatia

Kark - Poland

Karkın - Turkmenistan

Kǎrma - Bulgaria

Karramunxa - Italy, Calabria

Karramunxë - Italy, Basilicata

Karramunxë (1) - Italy, Calabria

Karramunxë (2) - Italy, Calabria

Karramunxiar - Italy, Calabria

Karramunza, Karramuza - Italy, Calabria

Kashira - Japan

Käsiline - Estonia

Käsilise pakk - Estonia

Kate - Spain, Basque country

Kav - Southeast Asia

Kawö - Myanmar

Kaydy - Czechia, Bohemia

Kaza - Belarus

Ke sheh pa_ - Thailand

Kecskeduda - Hungary

Kediré - Borneo (Malaysia, Indonesia, and Brunei)

Keel - Estonia

Kefalari - Greece

Kejdy - Czechia, Bohemia

Keleddi, Keledi - Borneo (Malaysia, Indonesia, and Brunei)

Kelulut - Borneo (Malaysia, Indonesia, and Brunei)

Kělúrai - Borneo (Malaysia, Indonesia, and Brunei)

Keluri - Borneo (Malaysia, Indonesia, and Brunei)

Ken - Cambodia

Ken - Laos

Ken - Thailand

Ken - Vietnam

Kén pé - Thailand

Kén pé - Vietnam

Kèn túi - Vietnam

Keng - China

Kềnh - Vietnam

Kerataulis - Greece

Kerato - Greece

Keraulis - Greece

Kerbe - German

Kerurai - Borneo (Malaysia, Indonesia, and Brunei)

Ketpong - India

Key cap - English

Key cushion - English

Key lever - English

Key mount - English

Key pad - English

Key(s) - English

Key-hole(s) - English

Keydař - Czechia, Bohemia

Keydy - Czechia, Bohemia

Kh’emeth kh’ëlilim - Israel

Khaen, Khae-n - Thailand

Khaen - Southeast Asia

Khaen gao - Laos

Khaen paat - Laos

Khaeng ̬ - Thailand

Khen - Southeast Asia

Khén - India

Khên - Laos

Khen bau - Vietnam

Khèn bè - Vietnam

Khène - Southeast Asia

Khène, Khene - Laos

Kibu - Estonia

Kielich - Poland

Kigae - Japan

Kılıf [?] - Turkey

Kiraarka - Somalia

Ḳirba - Iraq

Kirsche (Kirschbaum) (Prunus avium) - German

Kisgajdos - Slovakia

Kiski - Macedonia

Kitchen pipes - UK, Scotland

"Kitchen piping" - UK, Scotland

Kitsepill - Estonia

Kläddi - Borneo (Malaysia, Indonesia, and Brunei)

Klapa - Bulgaria

Klapa - Macedonia

Klapačka - Slovakia

Klapička - Bulgaria

Klapka (1) - Czechia, Bohemia

Klapka (2) - Czechia, Bohemia

Klapna - Macedonia

Klapna - Serbia

Klappe - German

Klappenkapsel - German

Klappenkelle - German

Klappenlager - German

Klappenlöffel - German

Klappenpolster - German

Klappenstiel - German

Klatka (gajdicova) - Slovakia

Kleddi - Borneo (Malaysia, Indonesia, and Brunei)

Kledi, Kled’i - Borneo (Malaysia, Indonesia, and Brunei)

Kleftis - Greece

Kleine roenker - Belgium

Klepalo - Macedonia

Kleparka - Macedonia

Kleparsa - Greece

Klepe - Macedonia

Klerdi - Borneo (Malaysia, Indonesia, and Brunei)

Klet - Macedonia

Kličnjak - Croatia

Kliktarica - Croatia

Klinc - Slovenia

Klipács - Hungary

Klipić - Croatia

Klippantó - Hungary

Ključ - Croatia

Kllapë - Albania

Kloba - Estonia

Klocalo - Croatia

Kłodka, Kłódka - Poland

Klotsotsabouno - Greece

Kluč - Croatia

Klučka - Czechia, Moravia

Klurai - Borneo (Malaysia, Indonesia, and Brunei)

Kobeźnik - Poland

Kobza - Austria

Kobza (1) - Poland

Kobza (2) - Poland

Kobza - Czechia, Bohemia

Kobza - Ukraine

Kobza* - Ukraine

Kobzarz - Poland

Kobziarz (1) - Poland

Kobziarz (2) - Poland

Kobzina - Ukraine

Kobzyna - Ukraine

Kociołek - Poland

Koet milet - France, Brittany

Kofteridhi - Turkey

Kogelczypfel - German

Kojol - Poland

Kokkalo (1) - Greece

Kokkalo (2) - Greece

Kolanko (1) - Poland

Kolanko (2) - Poland

Kolano (1) - Poland

Kolano (2) - Poland

Kolce - Bosnia & Hercegovina

Koleno - Czechia, Bohemia

Koleno (huku) - Czechia, Moravia

Kolica - Bosnia & Hercegovina

Koljence - Croatia

Kołnierz - Poland

Kolo - Bosnia & Hercegovina

Kolo (1) - Croatia

Kolo (2) - Croatia

Kolo zadnje - Croatia

Kolozvrk - Croatia

Köm boat - Vietnam

Komad s piskom - Croatia

Konac - Croatia

Konci (1) - Bulgaria

Konci (2) - Bulgaria

Končić - Croatia

Konewka (1) - Poland

Konewka (2) - Poland

Konewka (3) - Poland

Konewka (4) - Poland

Kónicek - Poland

Koník - Slovakia

Koniková dírka - Slovakia

Konisch (Bohrung) - German

Konop - Croatia

Kontra - Hungary

Kontra - Croatia

Kontraegyenlítőlyuk - Hungary

Kontralyuk - Hungary

Kontrappuntu - Italy, Sardinia

Kontrás - Hungary

Kontrasíp - Hungary

Kontrová dierka - Slovakia

Kopa-Gajda - Bulgaria

Kopanjica - Croatia

Kopča - Croatia

Koppe - Sweden

Koprenac - Croatia

Kór - Czechia, Bohemia

Korabe

Korabe - Serbia

Korablje - Croatia

Kořec - Czechia, Bohemia

Koremuizel - Belgium

Korn-boud - France, Brittany

Korn-bras - France, Brittany

Kornemuze, Kornemuzel - Belgium

Korona - Poland

Korpus - Czechia, Bohemia

Kosa - Czechia, Bohemia

Koshnai - Tajikistan

Kōshnāy - Uzbekistan

Kosiol - Poland

Kosle - Germany, Lusatia

Košnaj - Tajikistan

Košnaj - Uzbekistan

Kosslo - Germany, Lusatia

Kotepill - Estonia

Kotipill - Estonia

Kotka (1) - Poland

Kotka (2) - Poland

Kotka (3) - Poland

Kotorska gajda - Macedonia

Kotsepill - Estonia

Kotsu - Japan

Kott - Estonia

Koža - Bulgaria

Koza - Greece

Koža - Macedonia

Koza (1) - Poland

Koza (2) - Poland

Koza (3) - Poland

Koza (1) - Czechia, Bohemia

Koza (2) - Czechia, Bohemia

Koza - Czechia, Moravia

Koza (1) - Slovakia

Koza (2) - Slovakia

Koza - Russia

Koza - Ukraine

Koza - Belarus

Koza podhalańska - Poland

Koza wielkopolska - Poland

Kóźbiarz - Poland

Kozel (1) - Czechia, Bohemia

Kozel (2) - Czechia, Bohemia

Kozének - Czechia, Bohemia

Kozi róg - Poland

Kozia główka - Poland

Kozica - Russia

Kožica (1) - Croatia

Kožica (2) - Croatia

Kozice, Kozicě - Czechia, Bohemia

Kozička (1) - Slovakia

Kozička (2) - Slovakia

Kozička (3) - Slovakia

Koziczka - Poland

Koziczye - Czechia, Bohemia

Kozieł - Poland

Kozina - Russia

Kozinka [?] - Macedonia

Kozioł - Poland

Kozioł biały - Poland

Kozioł czarny - Poland

Kozioł ślubny - Poland

Kozioł weselny - Poland

Kozioł zbąszyński - Poland

Kozioł zbąszyńsko-lubuski - Poland

Koziołek - Poland

Koziot - Poland

Koziot lubulski - Poland

Koziot lubulski ślubny - Poland

Koźlarz - Poland

Koźlarz* - Poland

Kozlík (1) - Czechia, Bohemia

Kozlík (2) - Czechia, Bohemia

Kozło - Germany, Lusatia

Kozoł - Germany, Lusatia

Kozy - Czechia, Bohemia

Kozyczye - Czechia, Bohemia

Krai - Italy, Sardinia

Kraiż [?], [Krouż?] - Poland

Krajno brčalo - Macedonia

Krátič - Czechia, Bohemia

Krátič - Czechia, Moravia

Kreiz - Czechia, Bohemia

Krilo - Croatia

Kripog - Hungary

Kriva gajdanica - Bulgaria

Krivaja - Macedonia

Krivala - Macedonia

Krivale - Macedonia

Krivalja - Macedonia

Krivalja - Serbia

Krivaljica - Serbia

Krivanja - Serbia

Krivče - Macedonia

Krivele [?] - Macedonia

Krivilo - Bulgaria

Krivo rože - Macedonia

Krivolakavička gajda - Macedonia

Krivolica - Bulgaria

Krivuľa - Slovakia

Krivulja - Macedonia

Krivuľka - Slovakia

Kříž - Czechia, Bohemia

Krma - Macedonia

Kroba - Italy, Sardinia

Krot, Krota, or Krót [?] - Poland

Krouż [?]: ➺ [Kraiż?] - Poland

Krowa - Italy, Sardinia

Krpa - Croatia

Krpica - Croatia

Krupni pisak - Croatia

Krupni prst - Croatia

Kryżele - Poland

Kryżół - Poland

Krzywy róg - Poland

Ku - Japan

Ku puốt - Vietnam

Ku’ppa - Sweden

Kuan - China

Kucar[ë?] - Italy, Calabria

Kucuri (1) - Italy, Basilicata

Kucuri (2) - Italy, Basilicata

Kukica - Croatia

Kulak - Croatia

Kūlinė (Kūlinė dūda) - Lithuania

Kulinė (Kulinė su ūku) - Lithuania

Kuntsertu (de launeddas) - Italy, Sardinia

Kuodka - Poland

Kuòyīn guǎn, Kuòyīnguǎn - China

Kupuốt - Vietnam

Kūshnāy - Uzbekistan

Kušnai - Uzbekistan

Kuta - Bosnia & Hercegovina

Kuta’ - Bosnia & Hercegovina

Kuta’ - Croatia

Kutao - Bosnia & Hercegovina

Kutao - Croatia

Kutao - Serbia, Vojvodina

Kutija - Bosnia & Hercegovina

Kutlac - Bosnia & Hercegovina

Kutlić - Bosnia & Hercegovina

Kutlić - Croatia

Kuto - Bosnia & Hercegovina

Kutyabőrduda, Kutyaduda, Kutyafurulya - Hungary

Kuvyl - Russia

Kvačak - Croatia

Kvaka (1) - Croatia

Kvaka (2) - Croatia

Kvaka (3) - Croatia

Kvaka (4) - Croatia

Kyen - Borneo (Malaysia, Indonesia, and Brunei)

Kyu - Japan

La֑ je ̬ , La֑ je ̬ bah ̬ - Thailand

La֑ je ̬ , La֑ je ̬ kah - Thailand

La֑ je ̬bo ̬loh - Thailand

La֑ je ̬iˇ pu - Thailand

La֑ je ̬lo ca - Thailand

La֑ je ̬ma beu - Thailand

La֑ ma peu - Thailand

Labanoro dūda - Lithuania

Labio - Spanish

Lăcaș - Romania

Laccio - Italy, Molise

Lachi - Thailand

Ladero - Spanish

Ladiáca dierka - Slovakia

Ladiáci otvor - Slovakia

Ladič - Slovakia

Ladič pre malý huk - Slovakia

Lae-lae - Thailand

Láihuíqì - China

Lajńcuszek - Poland

Laki - Borneo (Malaysia, Indonesia, and Brunei)

Laktača - Croatia

Laktača - Serbia, Vojvodina

Laktara - Croatia

Lalym uadynz - Caucasia (See also Armenia, Azerbaijan, Georgia, and Dagestan (Russia))

Lamella - Italy

Lámina - Spanish

Lámina - Spain, Galicia

Laminete - Spain, Balearics

Lamna - Greece

Lancashire pipe - UK, England

Lañchenn - France, Brittany

Lanço - Portugal

Langue, Languette - France, Auvergne

Langue, Languette - France, Bourbonnais

Languette de clef - French

Lanière - French

Lanterna - France, Limousin

Lāo - India

Lap (1) - Croatia

Lap (2) - Croatia

Łapac - Poland

Łapacz - Poland

Lapalo - Bulgaria

Lapping - English

Lapuni - Italy, Sicily

Lateral (1) - English

Lateral (2) - Spanish

Latéral - French

Launa - Italy, Sardinia

Launedda - Italy, Sardinia

Launeddas (Launeḍḍas) - Italy, Sardinia

Launelle - Italy, Sardinia

Lauv (Ntiv lauv) - Southeast Asia

Lavikko - Finland

Laye - French

Layette - France

Layette & Tirette - France, Bourbonnais

Lead - English

Lech [?] - Czechia, Bohemia

Lèmlu - UK, Scotland

Lenguella - Italy, Molise

Lengüeta - Spanish

Lengüeta afinada - Spanish

Lengüeta doble - Spanish

Lengüeta libre - Spanish

Lengüeta sencilla - Spanish

Leoneddas (Leoneḍḍas) - Italy, Sardinia

Lepalce - Macedonia

Lepka - Greece

Lerzmebi [?] / Nai [?] - Georgia

Lerzmis deda [?] / Dednebi [?] - Georgia

Leumluath (technique) - UK, Scotland

Leuneddas - Italy, Sardinia

Leva [?] - Italy

Levčanske gajde - Serbia

Levriad (1) - France, Brittany

Levriad (2) - France, Brittany

Levriad (3) - France, Brittany

Lice - Croatia

Liežuvėlis - Lithuania

Ligatur [?] - German

Ligature (1) - English

Ligature (2) - French

Lika [?] - Greece

Lillepiip, Lillesek - Netherlands [Holland]

Lilt-pype - UK, Scotland

Limbatta - Italy, Sardinia

Lincolnshire bagpipe - UK, England

Linga - France, Auvergne

Linguazza - Italy, Sardinia

Linguazzu - Italy, Sardinia

Lingüeta - Spain, Galicia

Linguetta - Italy

Linguetta (1) - Italy, Campania

Linguetta (2) - Italy, Campania

Linguetta - Italy, Molise

Lioneddas (Lioneḍḍas) - Italy, Sardinia

Liou cheng - China

Lip de piele - Romania

Lip(s) - English

Lipalče - Macedonia

Lipalo - Greece

Lipalo (1) - Macedonia

Lipalo (2) - Macedonia

Liparec - Macedonia

Lipka (1) - Macedonia

Lipka (2) - Macedonia

Lirotsabouna - Greece

Liscio da piffero - Italy, Emilia-Romagna

Liu šêng - China

Liù shēng, Liùshēng - China

Liuneddas (Liuneḍḍas) - Italy, Sardinia

Lìyīn - China

Ljuka (1) - Croatia

Ljuka (2) - Croatia

Ljuka - Serbia, Vojvodina

Llapë - Albania

Llave (1) - Spanish

Llave (2) - Spanish

Llengüeta - Spain, Balearics

Llengüeta - Spain, Catalonia

Llingüeta (1) - Spain, Asturias

Llingüeta (2) - Spain, Asturias

Loba - Italy, Sardinia

Lodèr - Italy, Emilia-Romagna

Lodočka [?] - Azerbaijan

Logement - French

Loliken pipe, Lolikenpipe - Germany, Mecklenburg

Lollepfeif - Germany, Mecklenburg

Lolle-pijpe, Lollepype - Netherlands [Holland]

Lollikenpipe - Germany, Mecklenburg

Long roll - Ireland

Loose piping - Ireland

Lõõts - Estonia

Lõõtspill - Estonia

Lopar - Croatia

Lõts - Estonia

Lõtsapill, Lõtsa-pill - Estonia

Loure - France, Normandy

Loure - France, Poitou

Lourette - France, Normandy

Lourette - France, Poitou

Louvre - France, Normandy

Louvrette - France, Normandy

Lovat reel pipe (1) - UK, Scotland

Lovat reel pipe (2) - UK, Scotland

Low drone (in a set) - English

Lowland pipes (Lowlandpipe, Lowland bagpipe, Lowland small-pipe(s)) - UK, Scotland

Lowland small-pipe - UK, Scotland

Lsen - Tunisia

Lú shā - China

Lú shēng, Lúshēng - China

Luba - Croatia

Ludri - Italy, Friuli-Venezia Giulia

Ludro (1) - Croatia

Ludro (2) - Croatia

Luelleken pype, Luellekenpipe - Germany, Mecklenburg

Luftbehälter - German

Luftsack - German

Luftsook - Czechia, Bohemia

Lukkenpipe - Germany, Mecklenburg

Luknja

Luknja - Croatia

Luknjica - Croatia

Lul - Netherlands [Holland]

Lula (1) - Croatia

Lula (2) - Croatia

Lullcken Pipe - Germany, Mecklenburg

Lulle - Germany, Mecklenburg

Lulle - Netherlands [Holland]

Lülleken Pype - Germany, Mecklenburg

Lullenpijp - Netherlands [Holland]

Lulle pijp, Lullepijp, Lulle-pijp - Netherlands [Holland]

Lullepijpblazer - Netherlands [Holland]

Lullepijpe, Lulle-pijpe - Netherlands [Holland]

Lullepijpen - Netherlands [Holland]

Lullepijper, Lulle-pijper - Netherlands [Holland]

Lullepyp, Lulle pype [?] - Netherlands [Holland]

Lullesack, Lulle-sack - Netherlands [Holland]

Lullezak - Netherlands [Holland]

Lüllkensack - Germany, Mecklenburg

Lulpijp, Lul-pijp, Lul-pijpe - Netherlands [Holland]

Lulpijpen-blaser - Netherlands [Holland]

Lul-pyp - Netherlands [Holland]

Lülük - Turkey

Lure - French

Luyrpyp(e?), Luyr-pyp(e?) - Netherlands [Holland]

Lyripipium - Latin & related terms

Lyuk - Hungary

M’buốt - Vietnam

M’rmaljanka - Macedonia

M’rmarče - Macedonia

M’scarigl’ - Italy, Molise

Ma ̬ hpu - Thailand

Maba ebenus: ➺ Ebony - English

Macbib - UK, Wales

Macianka - Belarus

Macumba-ranga [?] - India

Madera - Spanish

Madera dura (Angiospermae) - Spanish

Madoura - Greece

Madouraki - Greece

Madouroxylo - Greece

Maezel - Belgium

Magaudi - India

Magdeburger Sackpfeiff - Germany, Saxony-Anhalt

Magoudi - India

Magrepha - Israel

Magrī sumpī - Myanmar

Magro - France, Auvergne

Magrūn, Magrūna - Libya

Magu - Estonia

Maguḍi - India

Mahudi - India

Mai goo kaen - Southeast Asia

Mailphiob - Ireland

Main stock - Ireland

Maišas - Lithuania

Maït, Ma-it - Egypt

Majetta - Italy, Calabria

Majettara - Italy, Calabria

Majstor - Bulgaria

Majstor od duda - Croatia

Makrun, Makruna - Libya

Mala diplja - Serbia

Māla piob - Ireland

Mala rotačka - Croatia

Mala-pioba - Ireland

Male - Croatia

Male gajde - Serbia

Malo gajde - Serbia

Maluč - Egypt

Malý huk - Slovakia

Malý kříž - Czechia, Bohemia

Malý měch - Czechia, Bohemia

Mam - Egypt

Mamalo - Macedonia

Mamme - Italy, Calabria

Mana - Greece

Manca (1) - Italy, Basilicata

Manca (2) - Italy, Basilicata

Manca (1) - Italy, Calabria

Manca (2) - Italy, Calabria

Manca (3) - Italy, Calabria

Manca (4) - Italy, Calabria

Manca - Italy, Campania

Manca - Italy, Latium

Manca - Italy, Molise

Manca - Italy, Sicily

Mancina - Italy, Basilicata

Mancina (1) - Italy, Campania

Mancina (2) - Italy, Campania

Mancina (1) - Italy, Sardinia

Mancina (2) - Italy, Sardinia

Mancosa manna - Italy, Sardinia

Mancosedda - Italy, Sardinia

Mandhoura - Greece

Mandoura - Greece

Manetta - Italy, Four Provinces

Manevri - Bulgaria

Manicotto - Italy, Four Provinces

Manistre - Serbia

Mankosa manna - Italy, Sardinia

Mankosedda - Italy, Sardinia

Mankoza manna - Italy, Sardinia

Mankozedda - Italy, Sardinia

Mansūr - Turkey

Mantel - German

Mantice - Italy

Manxa borrega - Spain, Catalonia

Manxhinta [e] (1) - Italy, Basilicata

Manxhinta [e] (2) - Italy, Basilicata

Mappa - Italy, Latium

Mappa a coppa - Italy, Latium

Mappa alla campagnola - Italy, Latium

Mappa alla vezzanese - Italy, Latium

Mappa alla viggianese - Italy, Latium

Maqrūn, Maqrūna - North Africa

Maqrūn, Maqrūna - Libya

Maramurec [?] - Bulgaria

Marfil - Spanish

Margarideta - Spain, Catalonia

Marginesa - Italy, Sardinia

Marieta (verda) - Spain, Catalonia

Mariovska gajda - Macedonia

Marmarec - Bulgaria

Mǎrmorec - Bulgaria

Marmorka - Bulgaria

Marmurec - Bulgaria

Marmurka - Bulgaria

Marta, Martha - Greece

Masak (1) - India

Masak (2) - India

Masak, Maśak, Mašak - India

Masaka bājā - India

Masaka bājā - Nepal

Maśakabājēvālā - India

Maśakavājuṁ - India

Maśakavājuṁ vajāvanāra [?] - India

Maschio (1) - Italy, Basilicata

Maschio (2) - Italy, Basilicata

Mascura - Italy, Molise

Mascure - Italy, Molise

Mashak - Iran

Mashak - Pakistan

Mashak, [Mašhak] - India

Masḥoūrah - Egypt

Mashq - Pakistan

Masḥūra - Egypt

Mašničar [?] - Macedonia

Másodiklyuk (1) - Hungary

Másodiklyuk (2) - Hungary

Masouri - Greece

Masourin - Cyprus

Mastro - Italy, Campania

Matsyanka - Belarus

Mazūd - Libya

Mazza - Italy, Campania

Mboat - Vietnam

Mbott - Cambodia

Mebane [?] / Modsahili [?] - Georgia

Mecatir - Italy, Calabria

Mèccia - Italy, Sicily

Mech - Slovakia

Měch (1) - Germany, Lusatia

Měch (2) - Germany, Lusatia

Měch (3) - Germany, Lusatia

Měch (1) - Czechia, Bohemia

Měch (2) - Czechia, Bohemia

Měch - Czechia, Moravia

Mecha - Spanish

Mechauer - Germany, Lusatia

Mechava, Mečhava - Germany, Lusatia

Měchawa - Germany, Lusatia

"Měchawa", "Měchawka" - Germany, Lusatia

Měchawaṙ - Germany, Lusatia

Měchawka - Germany, Lusatia

Mechawka [Měchawka?] - Slovakia

Mečibone - Georgia

Mediana - Italy, Sardinia

Mediana - Spain, Aragón

Mediana (a) pipia [pippia] - Italy, Sardinia

Mediana falsa - Italy, Sardinia

Mediana in re maggiore - Italy, Sardinia

Medianeta - Spain, Aragón

Medium drone - English

Meh - Bulgaria

Meh (1) - Croatia

Meh (2) - Croatia

Meh (3) - Croatia

Meh (4) - Croatia

Meh - Macedonia

Meh - Russia

Meh - Serbia, Vojvodina

Meh - Slovenia

Meh - Ukraine

Mėh (1) - Croatia

Mėh (2) - Croatia

Meh* - Slovenia

Meh z roženicami - Croatia

Meh ̬ hoˉ - Thailand

Mehur - Serbia, Vojvodina

Mej - Croatia

Mej [Meh?] - Croatia

Mejaš - Croatia

Mejilla - Spanish

Melisma - Spain, Asturias

Melodiepfeife - German

Melodiepijp - Netherlands [Holland]

Melodipipa - Sweden

Melody-pipe - English

Mem - Egypt

Memet - Egypt

Menajato - Italy, Campania

Menelle - France, Bourbonnais

Menyecskelyuk - Hungary

Menza ciaramedda, Menzaciaramedda - Italy, Sicily

Meola-chala - Ireland

Mepessi - Italy, Calabria

Merisier (Prunus avium) - French

Merka - Macedonia

Merka - Serbia

Mesa - Spanish

Mesa - Spain, Asturias

Meša - Macedonia

Meschnitza - Bulgaria

Méshek - India

Meshin - Slovenia

Meshin - Ukraine

Meshnica - Kosovo

Meshnicë - Kosovo

Meshnicë [?] - Kosovo

Meşin deri - Turkey

Mešina (1) - Croatia

Mešina (2) - Croatia

Mešina - Macedonia

Mešina (1) - Serbia

Mešina (2) - Serbia

Mešina (3) - Serbia

Mešina - Serbia, Vojvodina

Məsjosak [sic] - Belgium

Mešnica - Bulgaria

Mešnica - Croatia

Mešnica (1) - Macedonia

Mešnica (2) - Macedonia

Mešničar - Macedonia

Mešnice - Kosovo

Mešnice - Croatia

Mešnice - Slovenia

Mešnjice - Croatia

Mestvire - Georgia

Mesu puntu - Italy, Sardinia

Mesúd - Tunisia

Metschibone - Georgia

Meuseta - France, Burgundy

Mev - Macedonia

Mex - Belarus

Mez wid - Tunisia

Mezonad - Tunisia

Mezoued - Tunisia

Mezūd - Tunisia

Mezued (1) - Tunisia

Mezued (2) - Tunisia

Mezued (3) - Tunisia

Mezwid - Tunisia

Miáo (Shēng miáo, Shēngmiáo) - China

Micciu - Italy, Sicily

Mich - Ukraine

Miech (1) - Poland

Miech (2) - Poland

Miech (3) - Poland

Miesnjce - Croatia

Mieszek (1) - Poland

Mieszek (2) - Poland

Miğwiz - Arabic world

Mih - Bosnia & Hercegovina

Mih (1) - Croatia

Mih (2) - Croatia

Mih (1) - Ukraine

Mih (2) - Ukraine

Mih diple - Bosnia & Hercegovina

Mih na mišnice - Croatia

Mih s šurlama - Croatia

Mih z roženicami - Croatia

Mihur - Croatia

Mij - Croatia

Mijeh

Mijeh (1) - Croatia

Mijeh (2) - Croatia

Mijeh (3) - Croatia

Miješ - Bosnia & Hercegovina

Miješ - Croatia

Miješnice - Croatia

Mijloc - Romania

Mijlocariu - Romania

Mijovi - Croatia

Mijwiz - Arabic world

Military bagpipe - UK, Scotland

Miljoc - Romania

Min, Miñ - Spain, Basque country

Miniature Highland bagpipe - UK, Scotland

Miniature Lowland pipe - UK, Scotland

Minore - Italy, Sardinia

Minzana - Italy, Sicily

Mioulette - France, Bourbonnais

Miščić - Croatia

Míšek - Czechia, Bohemia

Mishnicë (1) - Kosovo

Mishnicë (2) - Kosovo

Mišina - Bosnia & Hercegovina

Mišina (1) - Croatia

Mišina (2) - Croatia

Mišina (3) - Croatia

Mišina (4) - Croatia

Mišinja - Croatia

Mišnice (1) - Croatia

Mišnice (2) - Croatia

Mišnice - Slovenia

Mišnjac - Croatia

Mišnjače - Croatia

Misnjce - Croatia

Mišnjica (1) - Croatia

Mišnjica (2) - Croatia

Mišnjičar (1) - Croatia

Mišnjičar (2) - Croatia

Misnjiče - Croatia

Mišnjice (1) - Croatia

Mišnjice (2) - Croatia

Mišnjice (3) - Croatia

Misto za prst - Bosnia & Hercegovina

Misto za prst - Croatia

Miswā simām - Tunisia

Mits-šo-ši - Japan

Mitz-šio-ši - Japan

Mixed fingering - English

Mizlokarju - Romania

Mizmār al-jirāb - Arabic world

Mizmār al-muzzawaj - Iraq

Mizmār qirba [or Mizmar al-qirbat?] - Egypt

Mizmāryā [?] - Arabic world

Mizmōr - English

Mizwad, Mizwid - Tunisia

Mizwid - Algeria

Mizwiğ - Arabic world

Mjah - Bulgaria

Mjechawa - Germany, Lusatia

Mjeh

Mješčić - Croatia

Mješina - Bosnia & Hercegovina

Mješina (1) - Croatia

Mješina (2) - Croatia

Mješina (3) - Croatia

Mješinica - Bosnia & Hercegovina

Mješnica (1) - Croatia

Mješnica (2) - Croatia

Mješnica (3) - Croatia

Mješnice - Croatia

- Japan

Mochuk - India

Mocjanka - Belarus

Modsahili [?] / Mebane [?] - Georgia

Modulator - Sweden

Moesel - Belgium

Moeselaer - Belgium

Moeselen - Belgium

Moeseler - Belgium

Moeselken - France, Flandres

Moesler - Belgium

Moetselen - Belgium

Moezel - Belgium

Moezelaar - Belgium

Moezeleere - Belgium

Moezelen - Belgium

Moezelman - Belgium

Moezelsack - Belgium

Moezelzak - Belgium

Mohandas Gandhi [sic] - Indonesia

Moldánky - Czechia, Bohemia

Molec - Macedonia

Molla - Italy

Monosabilos - Greece

Monotsabouno - Greece

Moomeče - Bulgaria

Mopa - Italy, Molise

Mōralī - India

Mōralī vajāvanāra [?] - India

Morisku, Moriscu - Italy, Sardinia

Morso - Italy, Campania

Mortaise - French

Mortise - English

Moscadès - Italy, Lombardy

Moschetta - Italy, Latium

Moschetto - Italy, Campania

Moschetto - Italy, Latium

Moschetto - Italy, Molise

Moselaer - Belgium

Moshug, Moshuq - India

Moskotsabouno - Greece

Mossa verda - Spain, Catalonia

Mostak - China

Mostra - Croatia

Mošuk - India

Motsu - Japan

Mouchafou - Belgium

Moujacou - Belgium

Moujasac - Belgium

Mount - English

Mousel, Mousele [?] - Belgium

Moushag, [Moushog] - Myanmar

Moushog - Myanmar

Mouth - English

Mouth organ - English

Mouth organ with a "rectangular" wind chest - English

Mouth organ with a circular (cup/bowl-shaped) wind chest - English

Mouth organ with a gourd as wind chest - English

Moutzelsack - Belgium

Mouzel - Belgium

Mramor - Macedonia

Mramorče - Macedonia

Mramorec - Bulgaria

Mramorec - Macedonia

Mramorec na palecot - Macedonia

Mramorka - Serbia

Mrčaljka - Croatia

Mrđelica - Bosnia & Hercegovina

Mrmalo - Macedonia

Mrmernik - Macedonia

Mrmolec - Macedonia

Mrmoljač - Macedonia

Mrmoljače - Macedonia

Mrmoljačka - Macedonia

Mrmoljan - Macedonia

Mrmoljok - Macedonia

Mrmorač - Macedonia

Mrmorak - Macedonia

Mrmorče - Macedonia

Mrmorec - Greece

Mrmorec - Macedonia

Mrmorok - Macedonia

Mrvonjak - Macedonia

Ms’chitte - Italy, Molise

Mtkmeli [?] / Damzkebi [?] - Georgia

Muchafou - Belgium

Muchard - Belgium

Muchasac - Belgium

Mucheu - Belgium

Muchosa - Belgium

Muchosac, Mucho-sac - Belgium

Mucjanka - Belarus

Muelle - Spanish

Muesca [?] - Spanish

Muisjosak - Belgium

Muizel - Belgium

Muizelaar - Belgium

Muizelen - Belgium

Muizelman - Belgium

Muizeltje - Belgium

Muldaneczki - Poland

Mulitanky - Czechia, Bohemia

Mulitanky - Slovakia

Multaneczki - Poland

Multanki - Poland

Multanki* (1) - Poland

Multanki* (2) - Poland

Multanki, Multánky - Czechia, Bohemia

Mumalak - Macedonia

Mumalče - Macedonia

Mumalo - Macedonia

Mumorec - Macedonia

Mundkapsel - German

Mundocka - Estonia

Mundorgel - German

Mundstück - German

Munndocka - Estonia

Munstyck - Sweden

Muntalbanisa - Italy, Sicily

Mupo - Italy, Molise

Murali - India

Murenka - Lithuania

Murli - India

Murlī - Pakistan

Musa - Latin & related terms

Musa appenninica - Italy, Four Provinces

Müsa del Appennino - Italy, Four Provinces

Müsa di Pradaglia - Italy, Four Provinces

Müsa, Musa - Italy, Four Provinces

Mušag - Myanmar

Muschitte - Italy, Molise

Muschittu - Italy, Abruzzo

Muse - French

Muse-au-sac - Belgium

Musek - Bulgaria

Musekijn - Belgium

Musekin - Belgium

Musel - Belgium

Musèla - Switzerland

Musèla* - Switzerland

Muselaer - Belgium

Muselar - Belgium

Musele - Belgium

Musele - France

Musella - Italy

Museta - France, Auvergne

Museta - Spain, Catalonia

Mûsète - Belgium

Musete - France, Flandres

Müsetta (1) - Italy, Four Provinces

Müsetta (2) - Italy, Four Provinces

Musette - France

Musette - France, Auvergne

Musette - France, Berry

Musette - France, Bourbonnais

Musette (1) - France, Burgundy

Musette (2) - France, Burgundy

Musette - France, Gascony

Musette - France, Languedoc

Musette - France, Marché

Musette - France, Nivernais

Musette - France, Normandy

Musette - France, Pyrenées

Musette Béchonnet (1) - France, Bourbonnais

Musette Béchonnet (2) - France, Bourbonnais

Musette Béchonnet (3) - France, Bourbonnais

Musette d’Allemaigne - France

Musette d’Italie - Italy, Campania

Musette de cour (1) - France

Musette de cour (2) - France

Musette de Naples - Italy, Campania

Musette royale - France

Musetto - Italy

Mushag - India

Mushtaq sini - Iran

Músic del bot, Músic del sac - Spain, Catalonia

Musica au sé - France, Bourbonnais

Musista - Italy, Four Provinces

Muško drvce - Macedonia

Muso-sa - Belgium

Muștiuc, Muștĭuc - Romania

Mute drone - English

Muto - Italy, Molise

Mutsyanka - Belarus

Muysel - Belgium

Muyselaer - Belgium

Muyselzak - Belgium

Mûza - Italy, Four Provinces

Muzel - Belgium

Muzelære - Belgium

Muzelen - Belgium

Muzelęre - Belgium

Muzelzak - Belgium

Muzepyper - Belgium

Muzetje - Belgium

Mûzett - Belgium

Muzică - Romania

Muzicuță - Romania

Muzika

Muzo’so - France, Picardy

Muzosa - Belgium

Muzosa - France, Picardy

Muzosac - Belgium

Muzosak - Belgium

Muzosså - Belgium

Muzyk - Poland

Myc’janka - Belarus

Mytsyanka - Belarus

Mzewdi - Tunisia

Na k’ao (hkawˇ) - Thailand

Na nehˉ - Thailand

Na palec - Macedonia

Na paleco - Greece

Naba - Estonia

Nable - Israel

Nada de jos - Romania

Nada de mijloc - Romania

Nada primă - Romania

Nadavka - Bulgaria

Nadavka - Macedonia

Nadavuljka - Macedonia

Nadržovák - Czechia, Bohemia

Nádsíp - Hungary

Naduelka - Bulgaria

Naduvka - Bulgaria

Nāgabaddha - India

Nāgabaddha - Pakistan

Nagan kh’emeth kh’ëlilim - Israel

Nagasar - India

Nagasvaram - India

Naht [?] - German

Nai [?] / Lerzmebi [?] - Georgia

Naišas [?] - Lithuania

Najgorno brčalo - Macedonia

Najkrajno brčalo - Macedonia

Nakitalj - Serbia

Nakitalo - Serbia

Napp - Estonia

Nappa (1) - Italy, Campania

Nappa (2) - Italy, Campania

Naput - Estonia

Naramnjak - Serbia

Narī hambān - Iraq

Nāsa jantra - India

Našak (1) - Croatia

Našak (2) - Croatia

Našak (3) - Croatia

Našak (4) - Croatia

Nasco - Italy, Sicily

Naulnica - Croatia

Nav (1) - Turkey

Nav (2) - Turkey

Nav (3) - Turkey

Nav (4) - Turkey

Nav - Azerbaijan

Navrtak - Croatia

Naw - Southeast Asia

Naw_ - Thailand

Naw_ ku ̬ ma - Thailand

Naw_ meuˆ k’a mui ̬ hkawˇ - Thailand

Naw_ meuˆ tcuh-a ̬ - Thailand

Naw_ suhˆ-ehˆ - Thailand

Naw_ tawˆ leh mvuh ̬ - Thailand

Naw-ehˉ naw-ehˉ ve - Thailand

Nay amban - Iran

Nāy erbab - Arabic world

Nāy i-anbān, Nāy i-mašk - Iran

Nay mašak - Iran

Nāy mashak, Nay i mashak - Iran

Nboat - Vietnam

Ncanta di cincu - Italy, Sicily

Ncanta di quattru - Italy, Sicily

Ncauj - Southeast Asia

Nebeneinander - German

Nedåtskuren - Sweden

Neï ambanah, Neï ambánah - Iran

Nei aubana - Iran

Néï-ambân (common pronunciation: amboûn) - Azerbaijan

Německé dudy - Czechia, Bohemia

New bagpipe - UK, Scotland

Neyamban - Iran

Ney-e anban - Iran

Ngail mo - Southeast Asia

Nges - Southeast Asia

Nibiles - Ethiopia

Nick - English

Niete - German

Nitka - Poland

Nizalki - Macedonia

Njudi - Russia

Nnappa i canta - Italy, Sicily

Nnappicedda - Italy, Sicily

Nnappuni - Italy, Sicily

Noce - Italy, Basilicata

Noce - Italy, Campania

Noda - Italy, Sardinia

Noia verda - Spain, Catalonia

Nokat - Serbia

Nokat - Serbia, Vojvodina

Nokuma - Southeast Asia

Nomtshingo - South Africa

Non-adjustable drone - English

Nor - Thailand

Normale - Italy, Latium

Northumbrian big pipes (big-pipes) - UK, England

Northumbrian double smallpipe - UK, England

Northumbrian half-long pipes - UK, England

Northumbrian pipes - UK, England

Northumbrian smallpipes (1) - UK, England

Northumbrian smallpipes (2) - UK, England

Northumbrian smallpipes (3) - UK, England

Northumbrian smallpipes (4) - UK, England

Nosbug - India

Nou - Spain, Balearics

Nou - Spain, Catalonia

Nozzle - English

Nplaim - Southeast Asia

Npug (Ntiv npug) - Southeast Asia

Nqais - Southeast Asia

Ntiv - Southeast Asia

Ntiv qeej - Southeast Asia

Ntsaws - Southeast Asia

Nudej, Nudejti - Russia

Nudi, Nud’i - Russia

Nuez - Spanish

Nuo - Southeast Asia

Nwazndh’ naanban - Iran

Nwazndh‌’‌ ny‌anban‌ - Iran

Nyelv - Hungary

Nzetta: ’nzetta - Italy, Sardinia

Oblewki - Poland

Oboe reed(s) - English

Odam - Uzbekistan

Odlewac, Odlewacz - Poland

Odrážka - Slovakia

Odre - Spanish

Odrecillo - Spanish

Oduha - Croatia

Offene Griffweise - German

Oglavina - Croatia

Ohjaturi (1) - Italy, Basilicata

Ohjaturi (2) - Italy, Basilicata

Oído - Spanish

Okrajak - Croatia

Oldallyuk - Hungary

Olea europaea: ➺ Olive - English

Olive (Olea europaea) - English

Olivenholz (Olea europaea) - German

Olivier (Olea europaea) - French

Olivo (Olea europaea) - Spanish

Ólom - Hungary

Ombreira - Portugal

Opasek - Czechia, Bohemia

Opaška - Macedonia

Open fingering - English

Open piping - Ireland

Open roll - Ireland

Orecchia - Italy, Campania

Orecchia - Italy, Lombardy

Orecchio - Italy, Basilicata

Organ pipes - Ireland

Organine - Italy, Campania

Órgano de boca - Spanish

Orghegn - Italy, Lombardy

Orgue à bouche - French

Orificio melódico - Spanish

Orificio tonal - Spanish

Ormfa - Latin & related terms

Ornamentación - Spanish

Ornamentation - English

Ornementation - French

Osfour - Tunisia

Otr’, Otre - Italy, Molise

Otra - Italy, Molise

Otre - Italy

Otre - Italy, Campania

Otre - Italy, Latium

Otricolario - Latin & related terms

Otro (1) - Italy, Latium

Otro (2) - Italy, Latium

Otsu - Japan

Ottava-fischietto - Italy, Campania

Ottu - Italy, Sicily

Otvor - Croatia

Ouïe - French

Ouire - France, Languedoc

Ouire - France, Provence

Outlet tube - Ireland

Outre - French

Outre - France, Auvergne

Outre - France, Bourbonnais

Ouvido sonoro - Spain, Galicia

Overall length - English

Overblowing - English

Ozada - Croatia

Ozvučník - Czechia, Bohemia

P’ao - China

P’hen - Thailand

P’ungjǒk [obsolete transliteration: P’ungchǒk] - Korea

P’ungjǒkǔl punǔn saram - Korea

Pabellón - Spanish

Packing - English

Pad plate - English

Paddle - English

Padiglione - Italy

Paekpaips [Paekpaipss?] - English

Pael - Estonia

Pagon - Peru

Pái shēng, Páishēng - China

Pajón - Spanish

Pajuela - Spanish

Páka dolní - Czechia, Moravia

Páka horní - Czechia, Moravia

Pal’c - Macedonia

Pala (1) - Spanish

Pala (2) - Spanish

Pala - Spain, Asturias

Pala - Spain, Balearics

Palac - Croatia

Palac - Macedonia

Palama - Russia

Palč’k - Macedonia

Palčanik - Macedonia

Palčenička - Macedonia

Palčenjak (1) - Croatia

Palčenjak (2) - Croatia

Palec - Macedonia

Palečnica - Slovakia

Paletta - Italy, Molise

Palette - French

Palhão - Portugal

Palheta - Portugal

Palica - Croatia

Palipač - Macedonia

Palisander(holz) (Jacaranda brasiliensis) - German

Paljka - Serbia

Palleta - Spain, Galicia

Pallón - Spain, Galicia

Palmetão - Portugal

Palmo - Italy

Palosanto (Jacaranda brasiliensis) - Spanish

Palummella - Italy, Molise

Pambatti kuzhal - India

Pāmbūnāgašuram - India

Pāmūlanāgasaramu - India

Pán (Shēng pán, Shēngpán) - China

Pană - Romania

Pancharzyna - Poland

Pāṅgṛā - India

Panoramio - Vietnam

Panse - Belgium

Panse d’oueille - France, Burgundy

Panse d’oueille - France, Nivernais

Paprica - Croatia

Papuča - Croatia

Para - Bosnia & Hercegovina

Para e sa mongia - Italy, Sardinia

Para-ancia - Italy, Apulia

Parakapzuk - Armenia

Parexa - Spain, Asturias

Pareya - Spain, Asturias

Parḥrf - Iran

Pariglia - Italy, Basilicata

Pariglia - Italy, Molise

Parkapezuk - Armenia

Parkapkow - Armenia

Parkapku - Armenia

Parkapzowk - Armenia

Parkapzuk - Armenia

Parlour pipe - English

Paro - Italy, Calabria

Partie - French

Paru (1) - Italy, Calabria

Paru (2) - Italy, Calabria

Pǎrva čast - Bulgaria

Päse - Sweden

Påse - Sweden

Påse-blåsare - Sweden

Påsespelare - Sweden

Påsespelman - Sweden

Pasjak [?] - Bosnia & Hercegovina

Pass - Estonia

Passeğğu - Italy, Sardinia

Passitoru - Estonia

Passo - Greece

Påsspelare - Sweden

Påsspelman - Sweden

Påsspelning - Sweden

Påsspipa - Sweden

Pastoral bagpipe - UK, Scotland

Pastorella - Italy, Sardinia

Pätorka - Slovakia

Pavillon - French

Payón - Spain, Asturias

Payuela - Spanish

Payuela - Spain, Asturias

Pe - France, Limousin

Pear (Pyrus communis) - English

Peau - France, Bourbonnais

Pechado - Spain, Galicia

Pęcherzyna - Poland

Pedoira - France, Limousin

Pèihé - China

Pēkpaips - English

Pèl - France, Languedoc

Pèla - Italy, Emilia-Romagna

Pèla - Italy, Latium

Pella - Italy, Molise

Pellë - Italy, Abruzzo

Peltre - Spanish

Penbrock - Norway

Pendant [?] - French

Pendulous - English

Penha - France, Limousin

Pepa - India

Peppering - Ireland

Pequeño fuelle - Spanish

Perabor - Belarus

Peral (Pyrus communis) - Spanish

Perangi [?] / Čanta [?] - Georgia

Peraxadnik - Belarus

Perce - French

Père - Italy, Molise

Perebor - Russia

Perilla - Spain, Galicia

Perlice - Croatia

Pero (1) - Croatia

Pero (2) - Croatia

Pertuso - Italy, Campania

Pes - Czechia, Bohemia

Pešak - Croatia

Pescoaie - Romania

Petak - Croatia

Petarola - France, Limousin

Petit bourdon - French

Petit chalumeau - France

Petit cornet - Belgium

Petnik - Croatia

Petnjača - Croatia

Petsaki (1) - Greece

Petsaki (2) - Greece

Petsi - Greece

Peu - France, Limousin

Pewter - English

Pezz’i testa - Italy, Sicily

Pfeifer - German

Pfeifer-Gericht - Germany

Pfeifertag - Germany

Pfeiffensack - German

Pfeiffer - German

Pfeifn - Czechia, Bohemia

Pfifer - Switzerland

Pfiffer - German

Pfiiffer - Switzerland

Pflaume(nholz) (Prunus domestica) - German

Phagotum - Italy

Phan - Laos

Phan - Thailand

Phang - Laos

Phifar [?] - German

Phifer - German

Phîfen-sac - German

Phíobaire - Ireland

Phloy - Cambodia

Phragmites australis - Serbia

Phragmites communis - English

Phurdini

Phwungcek - Korea

Phwungcekul pwunun salam - Korea

Physallides - Greece

Physeteria - Greece

Pi (1) - Laos

Pi (2) - Laos

- Thailand

Pí pe - Thailand

Pí pe - Vietnam

Pī s̄k̆ot - Thailand

Pia - Italy, Lombardy

Pìa - Italy, Lombardy

Piáo shēng, Piáoshēng - China

Pib god - UK, Wales

Pib sagh kernewek - UK, England

Píb uillinne - Ireland

Pibacwd - UK, Wales

Piban - UK, Wales

Pībǎt - Myanmar

Pibau - UK, Wales

Pibau cŵd - UK, Wales

Pibau cyrn - UK, Wales

Pibcorn - UK, Wales

Piber, Pibere - Denmark

Pibgod - UK, Wales

Pibgodwr - UK, Wales

Pibgorn (1) - UK, Wales

Pibgorn (2) - UK, Wales

Pibole - French

Pibole - France, Brittany

Piboleur - French

Piboli - Greece

Pibroch - UK, Scotland

Pibrock - UK, Scotland

Pibydd - UK, Wales

Picado - Spanish

Picado - Portugal

Picado - Spain, Galicia

Picado irreal - Spain, Galicia

Picado ligado - Portugal

Picado ligado - Spain, Galicia

Picáu - Spain, Asturias

Picchiada - Italy, Sardinia

Picciridda - Italy, Sicily

Piccola - Italy, Calabria

Piccorn - UK, Wales

Pî-d’sak - Belgium

Pîd d’sac - Belgium

Pied - French

Pied - France, Auvergne

Pied (à goule) - France, Brittany

Pied (de Musette) - France, Auvergne

Pied (de Musette) - France, Bourbonnais

Pied de Chèvre - France, Auvergne

Pied de Chèvre - France, Burgundy

Pieiro - Spain, Galicia

Piel - Spanish

Piepzak - Netherlands [Holland]

Pierścień - Poland

Pierszczionka - Poland

Pieza de los clarines - Spain, Aragón

Pìfara - Switzerland

Piffaro - Italy

Piffaro* - Italy

Pifferari - Italy, Latium

Piffero - Italy

Pifsac - Belgium

Pifzack - Belgium

Pifzak - Belgium

Pigna - France, Corsica

Pihalnik - Slovenia

Pihalo - Slovenia

Pihet, Pihét - France, Gascony

Pi-ì - Italy, Lombardy

Pijesak - Bosnia & Hercegovina

Pijesak (1) - Croatia

Pijesak (2) - Croatia

Pijpa - Sweden

Pijper - Netherlands [Holland]

Pijpsack - Netherlands [Holland]

Pijpzak - Belgium

Pijzdek - Slovenia

Pikkiada - Italy, Sardinia

Pikkiada maista - Italy, Sardinia

Pikkiadedda - Italy, Sardinia

Pilai - Finland

Pilhet - France, Gascony

Pill (1) - Estonia

Pill (2) - Estonia

Pilli - Finland

Pillinsoittaja - Finland

Pillit säkki[hinsä?] - Finland

Pinça - Spain, Balearics

Pinching - English

Píngchuī - China

Pingón - Spain, Galicia

Piniou - France, Brittany

Pinjëz me gjuhëz teke - Albania

Pinjeza - Albania

Pinjzit (1) - Italy, Basilicata

Pinjzit (2) - Italy, Basilicata

Pintarolu - Italy, Sicily

Piob mala, Piob-mala - Ireland

Pìob meadanach - UK, Scotland

Pìob mhala - Ireland

Pìob mhór - UK, Scotland

Pìob mhór - Ireland

Piob mor - UK, Scotland

Pìob mór - Ireland

Pìob uillean(n) - Ireland

Píob uillinne - Ireland

Píobaire - Ireland

Pìobaireachd - UK, Scotland

Pìoberach - UK, Scotland

Piobmala - Ireland

Pión - Spain, Galicia

Píopaí - Ireland

Piórko - Poland

Pip säck - Sweden

Pipa - Hungary

Pipă - Romania

Pipa cŵd - UK, Wales

Pipac - Montenegro

Pípaí - Ireland

Pipaire - Ireland

Pipak - Bosnia & Hercegovina

Pipare - Sweden

Pipassa - France, Picardy

Pipassaù - France, Picardy

Pipasso - France, Picardy

Pipaucha - France, Picardy

Pipausac - France, Picardy

Pipaut - French

Pipčev - Montenegro

Pipe - French

Pipe (to) - UK, Scotland

Pipe - Sweden

Pipë - Albania

Pipe band - English

Pipe o so - France, Picardy

Pipeau - French

Pipe-au-sac - France, Picardy

Pipela

Pipenbuck - Germany

Piper - English

Piper - UK, Scotland

Piper - Ireland

Piper - Netherlands [Holland]

Pipering - Ireland

Pipe-sac - Belgium

Pipëza - Albania

Pipia - Italy, Sardinia

Pipinë - Albania

Piping - Ireland

Pipini - Greece

Pipinia - Greece

Pipita - Italy, Calabria

Pipita - Italy, Sicily

Pipitara - Italy, Sicily

Pipite - Italy, Sicily

Pipizzola - Italy, Abruzzo

Pipka (1) - Hungary

Pipka (2) - Hungary

Pipka - Slovakia

Pipkafej - Hungary

Pipkatülök - Hungary

Pipkë - Albania

Pīp-mâr - UK, Scotland

Pipola

Piposa - France, Picardy

Piposo - France, Picardy

Piposså - France, Picardy

Pippar - Estonia

Pippauçat - France, Picardy

Pipper - Netherlands [Holland]

Pip’sac - Belgium

Pipsac - Belgium

Pipsäck - Sweden

Pipseck - Sweden

Pipynė - Lithuania

Pîpzak, Pipzake - Belgium

Pirabor - Belarus

Pirač - Croatia

Piricuddu - Italy, Sicily

Piripizzola - Italy, Latium

Pirjabor - Belarus

Pirla - Bosnia & Hercegovina

Pirpingi - Greece

Piruòzzolo - Italy, Calabria

Pisak (1) - Bosnia & Hercegovina

Pisak (2) - Bosnia & Hercegovina

Pisak (1) - Croatia

Pisak (2) - Croatia

Pisak (3) - Croatia

Pisak - Montenegro

Pisak (1) - Serbia

Pisak (2) - Serbia

Pisak (3) - Serbia

Pisak - Serbia, Vojvodina

Pisak-rožnjak - Croatia

Pišćak [?] - Croatia

Piscek (1) - Poland

Piscek (2) - Poland

Piscek (3) - Poland

Piščeno - Macedonia

Piščik - Russia

Piscoaie - Romania

Piscoanie - Romania

Pișcoanie - Romania

Piscoi - Romania

Piščyk - Belarus

Pisek - Croatia

Pisk - Slovenia

Piska (1) - Greece

Piska (2) - Greece

Piska - Croatia

Piska - Macedonia

Piska sa svojim komadom - Croatia

Piskalnik - Macedonia

Piskanje - Slovenia

Piskar - Macedonia

Piskarče - Macedonia

Piskarec - Macedonia

Piskarniče - Macedonia

Piskarnik - Macedonia

Piskat - Macedonia

Piskati - Slovenia

Piskel - Croatia

Piskor - Slovakia

Piskor (malý & hrubý) - Czechia, Moravia

Piskor, Piskoř - Czechia, Bohemia

Piskouni - Greece

Piskun - Bulgaria

Piskunjak - Bulgaria

Pišot (1)

Pišot (2)

Píšťala - Slovakia

Pištěk - Czechia, Bohemia

Pišťok (z bazy) - Slovakia

Piszczałka - Poland

Piszczałka basowa, Piszczałka bordunowa - Poland

Piszczałka burdonująca - Poland

Piszczek - Poland

Piszczele - Poland

Piszeńka [?] - Poland

Piszkor - Hungary

? [Pit~ ?] - Spain, Basque country

Pita - Spanish

Pita - Spain, Aragón

Pitch-hole(s) - English

Pitedda - Italy, Calabria

Pithaules - Greece

Pithi (1) - Italy, Basilicata

Pithi (2) - Italy, Basilicata

Piti bordon - France, Limousin

Pitschbüel - Belgium

Piua - Italy

Piuk - Estonia

Piva - Italy

Piva - Italy, Four Provinces

Piva - Italy, Friuli-Venezia Giulia

Piva (1) - Italy, Lombardy

Piva (2) - Italy, Lombardy

Piva - Croatia

Piva - Switzerland

Piva alpina - Italy, Lombardy

Piva bergamasca - Italy, Lombardy

Piva da orsi - Italy, Piedmont

Piva da sacch - Italy, Emilia-Romagna

Piva dal carner - Italy, Emilia-Romagna

Piva dell’Appennino - Italy, Emilia-Romagna

Piva delle Alpi - Italy, Lombardy

Piva di Fossale - Italy, Emilia-Romagna

Piva di Mareto - Italy, Emilia-Romagna

Piva di Mossale - Italy, Emilia-Romagna

Piva emiliana - Italy, Emilia-Romagna

Piva istriana - Croatia

Piva nel sacco - Italy, Tuscany

Piva* - Italy, Emilia-Romagna

Pivaro - Italy, Emilia-Romagna

Pivčano brčalo - Macedonia

Pive - Croatia

Pive [?] - Italy, Venetia

Pivell - Italy, Emilia-Romagna

Pivén (1) - Italy, Emilia-Romagna

Pivén (2) - Italy, Emilia-Romagna

Pivén (3) - Italy, Emilia-Romagna

Pivet - France, Gascony

Piveto - Croatia

Pivone - Italy

Pizzuco - Italy, Molise

Pizzuto - Italy, Calabria

Plagal (escala) - Spanish

Plagal (scale) - English

Plagal (Tonleiter) - German

Plagale (échelle) - French

Plaszbalg - German

Płaszcz - Poland

Plate - English

Plateau de clef - French

Platerpfeife - German

Platerspiel - German

Plátka - Czechia, Bohemia

Platte - German

Platterspiel - German

Pleha - Croatia

Plehnati branik - Croatia

Pločica - Bosnia & Hercegovina

Pločica - Croatia

Plomb - French

Plomo - Spanish

Ploranera - Spain, Catalonia

Plotog - Romania

Plotter pheyffen, Plotterpheyffen - Austria

Ploy - Cambodia

Plum (Prunus domestica) - English

Plung - Bangladesh

Po ̬ - Thailand

Poch binieù - France, Brittany

Poche - French

Poche - France, Brittany

Poche-oboé - France, Brittany

Pockh Pfeiffer, Pockh-Pfeiffer - Germany

Pockpfeifer - Germany

Pockspfeiffer - Germany

Poire - French

Poirier (Pyrus communis) - French

Pojas - Croatia

Poklopac

Poklopčić - Croatia

Pokrowiec - Poland

Pola glas - Macedonia

Polip - Macedonia

Polnische(r) Bock, Polnischerbock - Poland

Polnischer Sack - Poland

Poolsche-Bok - Poland

Polsche Dudel - German

Polscher Bock - Poland

Polska Bock - Poland

Polska gajda - Macedonia

Poluglas - Croatia

Pomoćna brčalka - Serbia

Ponte - Italy

Ponteira - Portugal

Ponteira - Spain, Galicia

Ponteiro - Portugal

Ponticello - Italy, Sardinia

Pontinha - Portugal

Poongi - India

Popping [?] (1) - Ireland

Popping [?] (2) - Ireland

Popping strap - Ireland

Popping valve - Ireland

Porkomoutz [?] - Georgia

Portafiato - Italy, Emilia-Romagna

Portamento - Spain, Galicia

Portamiento [?] - Spanish

Portasuone - Italy, Molise

Portaviento - Spanish

Portavoce - Italy, Molise

Porte-vent - French

Poš - Russia

Pôsa - Sweden

Pôsä - Sweden

Pôse - Sweden

Pôsen piper - Sweden

Posepibe - Denmark

Posepiber - Denmark

Posepibi - Denmark

Pôsespelare - Sweden

Pôsô - Sweden

Pôsspelare - Sweden

Pôs-spelare - Sweden

Post - Turkey

Posto - Italy, Campania

Pôsu - Sweden

Pösu - Sweden

Pôsuspelman - Sweden

Pota - Spain, Catalonia

Potamos - Greece

Potiro - France, Limousin

Potpalec - Macedonia

Potpalečnica - Czechia, Moravia

Pouce - French

Pouche - France, Brittany

Pouherky - Czechia, Moravia

Poutko - Czechia, Bohemia

Practice chanter - UK, Scotland

Practice set - Ireland

Prda - Croatia

Prdak (1) - Serbia

Prdak (2) - Serbia

Prdak (3) - Serbia

Prdalica

Prdaljica - Croatia

Prdaljka - Croatia

Prdaljka (1) - Serbia

Prdaljka (2) - Serbia

Prdaljka - Serbia, Vojvodina

Prdalo (1) - Serbia

Prdalo (2) - Serbia

Prdalo (3) - Serbia

Preberanica - Croatia

Přeběrawa - Germany, Lusatia

Prebierka - Slovakia

Prebirač - Croatia

Prebirača - Croatia

Prebirače - Croatia

Prebiračica - Croatia

Prebirala - Croatia

Prebiralica (1) - Croatia

Prebiralica (2) - Croatia

Prebiraljka - Croatia

Prebiralnica - Croatia

Prebiranica - Croatia

Prebiranje - Croatia

Prebirati - Croatia

Predňák - Slovakia

Přednica - Czechia, Moravia

Přednice (diminutive: Přednička (f)) - Czechia, Bohemia

Predušivanje - Bosnia & Hercegovina

Preludio - Spain, Galicia

Preslavska gajda - Bulgaria

Prešlenče - Bulgaria

Prestavak - Serbia

Pretrgivanje - Bosnia & Hercegovina

Pribadača

Pribirač - Croatia

Pribirala, Pribirale - Croatia

Pribor dipala - Bosnia & Hercegovina

Príchlopka - Slovakia

Priklopac

Prilika - Croatia

Prím - Hungary

Prim òrghen - Italy, Lombardy

Prima - Spanish

Prima - Italy, Calabria

Prima - Italy, Sicily

Prima - Spain, Aragón

Prima - Spain, Asturias

Prima - Spain, Galicia

Prímás - Hungary

Primetta - Italy, Calabria

Primi - Italy, Calabria

Primo - Spain, Galicia

Pripadača

Pripizzë [?] - Italy, Abruzzo

Prstena - Serbia

Prstenec - Macedonia

Prstenec - Czechia, Bohemia

Prsti - Bosnia & Hercegovina

Prunier (Prunus domestica) - French

Prunus avium: ➺ Cherry - English

Prunus domestica: ➺ Plum - English

Prva cijev - Croatia

Prvi član trube - Croatia

Prvi dio (1) - Croatia

Prvi dio (2) - Croatia

Prvi dulac - Croatia

Przebierka (1) - Poland

Przebierka (2) - Poland

Przebierka (3) - Poland

Przebierka (4) - Poland

Przedęcie - Poland

Przedni róg (1) - Poland

Przedni róg (2) - Poland

Przedni rożek - Poland

Przetykacz - Poland

Przewiązanie - Poland

Puan - Borneo (Malaysia, Indonesia, and Brunei)

Puavez - Bulgaria

Pucca - Italy, Campania

Puchalo - Bulgaria

Puem [?] (1) - Russia

Puem [?] (2) - Russia

Puhač - Bosnia & Hercegovina

Puhalica (1) - Croatia

Puhalica (2) - Croatia

Puhaljka (1) - Croatia

Puhaljka (2) - Croatia

Puhalo - Serbia

Puhavoc - Croatia

Puhknapp - Estonia

Puhumispulk - Estonia

Puittusu i canta - Italy, Sicily

Puittusu i testa - Italy, Sicily

Puittusu i tonu - Italy, Sicily

Puittusu i trummuni - Italy, Sicily

Pukl - Czechia, Bohemia

Puklař - Czechia, Bohemia

Puklík - Czechia, Bohemia

Puklo - Czechia, Bohemia

Pulk - Estonia

Pumpička - Slovakia

Pumsu tāpung - India

Pungī - Pakistan

Puṅgī (also: Pūṅgī) - India

Pungjeog - Korea

Pungjeogeul buneun saram - Korea

Pungjeok - Korea

Punji, Puñji - India

Punt’’e Kirias - Italy, Sardinia

Punt’e organu - Italy, Sardinia

Punt’e órganu a fiuda - Italy, Sardinia

Punt’e órganu a ispinellu - Italy, Sardinia

Puntalo - Italy, Basilicata

Puntalo - Italy, Calabria

Puntalo - Italy, Campania

Puntarolu [?] - Italy, Sicily

Puntë - Italy, Basilicata

Punteiro - Spain, Galicia

Puntero - Spanish

Punteru - Spain, Asturias

Punteruolo - Italy

Punteruolo - Italy, Molise

Punticeddu - Italy, Sicily

Punto - Italy, Basilicata

Punto - Italy, Campania

Punto - Italy, Latium

Punto del canto - Italy, Basilicata

Punto del mignolo - Italy, Basilicata

Punto del piede - Italy, Campania

Punto di dietro - Italy, Basilicata

Puntu de organu - Italy, Sardinia

Puosto - Italy, Campania

Pup - Croatia

Purtella - Italy, Molise

Pustomelja - Russia

Pustomelja - Ukraine

Puszka (1) - Poland

Puszka (2) - Poland

Putk esimik [?] or/and Putk [only?] - Estonia

Pútko - Czechia, Moravia

Pūtuklis - Lithuania

Puvač - Bosnia & Hercegovina

Puvač - Croatia

Puvalak - Croatia

Puvalica - Croatia

Puvaljica - Croatia

Puvaljka - Serbia

Puvalo

Puvalo - Croatia

Puvalo - Serbia

Puvama - Russia

Puzyr’ (1) - Russia

Puzyr’ (2) - Russia

Pwyannwn - UK, England

Pyparis - UK, Scotland

Pyper - UK, Scotland

Pyper - Netherlands [Holland]

Pypka - Ukraine

Pyplė (1) - Lithuania

Pyplė (2) - Lithuania

Pypsack - Germany, Lusatia

Pypsack - Netherlands [Holland]

Pypzak, Pyp-zak - Belgium

Pyrus communis: ➺ Pear - English

Pythaules - Greece

Qarn - Tunisia

Qarn - Malta

Qavina - Italy, Basilicata

Qeej - Southeast Asia

Qeej tso plig - Southeast Asia

Qen - Southeast Asia

Qhov - Southeast Asia

Qì qiāng (Shēng qì qiāng) - China

Qima - Malta

Qīngshēng dānyīn - China

Qīngtǔ - China

Qirba - Iraq

Qrajna (1) - Malta

Qrajna (2) - Malta

Quàitta - Italy, Sicily

Quarta (1) - Italy, Calabria

Quarta (2) - Italy, Calabria

Quarta (3) - Italy, Calabria

Quarta - Italy, Sicily

Quasi-lateral - English

Quasi-retrograde - English

Quatta - Italy, Sicily

Quattro (1) - Italy, Calabria

Quattro (2) - Italy, Calabria

Quayet - Borneo (Malaysia, Indonesia, and Brunei)

Quazetta - Italy, Calabria

Quene - Netherlands [Holland]

Quéne - Belgium

Quettebuk [Quettebuck?] - Germany, North Rhine-Westphalia

Quettesack - Germany, North Rhine-Westphalia

Qurma, Qurmah - Egypt

Qxejra - Malta

Raag - Estonia

Raccord - French

Raccord - France, Auvergne

Raccuglisa - Italy, Sicily

Raccuiota - Italy, Sicily

Rǎčilo - Bulgaria

Rackett - France

Rackopilli - Finland

Rackopillinsoittaja - Finland

Radded - Tunisia

Ragastene - Latvia

Ragaunia - Lithuania

Ragavnja - Ukraine

Rågöpipa - Estonia

Rahaven’ - Belarus

Raita - Arabic world

Rajcek - Slovakia

Rajcok - Slovakia

Rakkopilli - Finland

Raksta gals - Latvia

Raksta stabule - Latvia

Ramarulo - Italy, Latium

Ramaruolo - Italy, Molise

Ramedda - Italy, Sicily

Rameddu - Italy, Sicily

Ramello - Italy, Basilicata

Ramello - Italy, Campania

Rametta - Italy, Calabria

Ramìellë - Italy, Basilicata

Raseta - Spanish

Rastrub - Belarus

Ravalo - Macedonia

Ravno sredna gajda - Bulgaria

Rawāġa - Tunisia

Razgovor seljački - Croatia

Ražok - Belarus

Rčilo - Bulgaria

Re rǎi - Thailand

Readan [?] - Ireland

Realejo - Portugal

Recess - English

Reclining - English

Recostandose - Spanish

Reed cap - English

Reed(s) - English

Reel pipe (1) - UK, Scotland

Reel pipe (2) - UK, Scotland

Regolador del bordón - Spain, Aragón

Regolatore di tono - Italy, Basilicata

Regulator - Ireland

Reksnė - Lithuania

Relative length - English

Remache - Spanish

Remen - Croatia

Řemínek - Czechia, Bohemia

Rep od sufre - Croatia

Repiquéu - Spain, Asturias

Requintear - Spanish

Requinto - Spain, Asturias

Réservoir - French

Rešetka - Croatia

Resonador - Spain, Aragón

Resorte - Spanish

Respirador - Spain, Aragón

Ressort - French

Retrograde - English

Rétrograde - French

Retrógrado - Spanish

Revalo - Macedonia

Rezgőlyuk - Hungary

Rezonátor - Czechia, Bohemia

Rhaita - Arabic world

Riemchen - German

Riemen - German

Rietblad - Netherlands [Holland]

Rigats - Greece

Rikalnica - Macedonia

Rikalo (1) - Macedonia

Rikalo (2) - Macedonia

Ring - Czechia, Bohemia

Ripkane - Bulgaria

Riscichi - Italy, Calabria

Ritta - Italy, Campania

Ritta - Italy, Latium

Ritta - Italy, Molise

Ritta - Italy, Sicily

Rivalo - Macedonia

Rivet (1) - English

Rivet (2) - French

Rižok - Ukraine

Rka [?] / Kanzi [?] / Karahsa [?] - Georgia

Robe - France, Bourbonnais

Robe [?] - French

Roblón - Spanish

Rodin - UK, Scotland

Rodopska gajda - Bulgaria

Rog - Bosnia & Hercegovina

Rog (1) - Croatia

Rog (2) - Croatia

Rog (3) - Croatia

Rog (1) - Macedonia

Rog (2) - Macedonia

Rog (3) - Macedonia

Rog (4) - Macedonia

Rog - Montenegro

Rog (1) - Serbia

Rog (2) - Serbia

Rog (3) - Serbia

Rog (4) - Serbia

Rog (1) - Serbia, Vojvodina

Rog (2) - Serbia, Vojvodina

Rog od surle - Macedonia

Róg zadni - Poland

Roga - Albania

Rogastene - Latvia

Rogče - Serbia

Rogčić - Serbia

Roh - Slovakia

Rohr (1) - German

Rohr (2) - German

Rohrblatt - German

Röhrchen - German

Roizå - Myanmar

Rokče - Macedonia

Ronc - Spain, Catalonia

Ronca - Portugal

Roncal - Spain, Rioja

Roncão - Portugal

Ronco - Portugal

Ronco - Spain, Aragón

Ronco - Spain, Rioja

Ronco, Roncón - Spain, Galicia

Roncón - Spanish

Roncón - Spain, Aragón

Roncón - Spain, Asturias

Ronconeta - Spain, Aragón

Rondinaïre (1) - France, Auvergne

Rondinaïre (2) - France, Auvergne

Ronqueta - Spain, Galicia

Ronquilla - Spanish

Ronquillo - Spanish

Ronquillo - Spain, Galicia

Ronquín - Spanish

Ronquín - Spain, Asturias

Roo bao - Southeast Asia

Roo lin - Southeast Asia

Roo nup - Southeast Asia

Roo pae - Southeast Asia

Roog - Estonia

Rörblad - Sweden

Rošava gajda - Bulgaria

Roščić - Bosnia & Hercegovina

Roščić - Croatia

Roseau - French

Rose-wood (Jacaranda brasiliensis) - English

Rotačka - Bosnia & Hercegovina

Rotačka - Croatia

Rotaljka - Bosnia & Hercegovina

Rotaljka - Croatia

Rotaljka: druga Rotaljka - Croatia

Rouchalo - Bulgaria

Rouco, Roucón - Spain, Galicia

Roudinaire - France, Auvergne

Routchilo - Bulgaria

Róuyīn - China

Rožak - Croatia

Rože na surlata - Macedonia

Rożek - Poland

Rożek (przedni) - Poland

Roženice - Croatia

Roženje - Serbia

Rožić - Croatia

Rožiti

Rožiti - Croatia

Rožiti - Serbia

Rožnjak

Rožnjak (1) - Croatia

Rožnjak (2) - Croatia

Rožnjak (3) - Croatia

Rožnjak (4) - Croatia

Rožnjak - Serbia

Rožnjak - Serbia, Vojvodina

Rožok - Slovakia

Rožok - Russia

Roztrub (1) - Czechia, Bohemia

Roztrub (2) - Czechia, Bohemia

Rramza - Italy, Basilicata

Rrshiqi (1) - Italy, Basilicata

Rrshiqi (2) - Italy, Basilicata

Ruča - Bulgaria

Rucalo - Serbia

Ručalo - Bulgaria

Ruccheddo - Italy, Sicily

Ruchalo - Bulgaria

Ruchem - India

Ručilo - Bulgaria

Rückwärts - German

Rudalo - Serbia

Rudnička gajda - Macedonia

Ruischpijp - Netherlands [Holland]

Ruischpijper, Ruischpijpspeler - Netherlands [Holland]

Ruispijp - Netherlands [Holland]

Ruispijper, Ruispijpspeelder - Netherlands [Holland]

Rukalo (1) - Macedonia

Rukalo (2) - Macedonia

Rukalo - Serbia

Rupa - Croatia

Rupa sa strane - Croatia

Rupica

Rupica - Croatia

Rupica za ravnanje glasa - Croatia

Rupice

Rusenska gajda - Bulgaria

Rush - Ireland

Rushem - India

Rutschalo - Bulgaria

Rutschilo - Bulgaria

Ruuspijp - Netherlands [Holland]

Ruuspipe - Belgium

Ruuspipe - Netherlands [Holland]

Ruyschpijpe, Ruysch-pijpe - Netherlands [Holland]

Ruyschpijper, Ruysch-pijper - Netherlands [Holland]

Ruyschpype - Netherlands [Holland]

Ruyspijp, Ruyspijpe - Netherlands [Holland]

Ružnica - Bulgaria

Ryžok - Ukraine

Rzetożek - Poland

S’č - Macedonia

S’qkuul - Southeast Asia

Sa d’museta - France, Bourbonnais

Sabouna - Greece

Sabounia - Greece

Šabr - Russia

Šabur - Russia

Sac - French

Sac - France, Auvergne

Sac (1) - France, Bourbonnais

Sac (2) - France, Bourbonnais

Sac - France, Brittany

Sac - France, Gascony

Sac de gemecs - Spain, Catalonia

Sac de les aspres - Spain, Catalonia

Sacaire - Spain, Catalonia

Sacca - Italy, Molise

Sacco - Italy, Molise

Saccomeuse - French

Saccomuse - French

Saccu - Italy, Abruzzo

Sac’h - France, Brittany

Sach dels gemechs - Spain, Catalonia

Sachbib - UK, Wales

Sachpfeiffer - German

Sack - German

Säck - Sweden

Sack pfyff - German

Säckapiva - Sweden

Säcke pÿpa - Sweden

Säckepijpa - Sweden

Säckepip, Säcke-pip - Estonia

Säckepipa - Estonia

Säckepipa, Säcke-pipa - Sweden

Säckepipare, Säcke-pipare - Sweden

Säckepÿpa, Säcke-pÿpa - Sweden

Säckepÿpare - Sweden

Sackhpfeiffe - German

Sackhpfeüffe - German

Säcki pilli - Finland

Säckia pippa - Sweden

Säckie pipa - Sweden

Säckmage - Sweden

Säckpåse - Sweden

Sackpfeife - German

Sackpfeifer, Sackpfeiffer - German

Sackpfeiff, Sackpfeiffe - German

Sackpfewffer - German

Sackpfiiffe (1) - Switzerland

Sackpfiiffe (2) - Switzerland

Sack-pijp - Belgium

Sackpijp, Sack-pijp - Netherlands [Holland]

Säckpijpa - Sweden

Sackpijpe, Sack-pijpe - Belgium

Sackpijper, Sack-pijper - Belgium

Säckpipa (1) - Sweden

Säckpipa (2) - Sweden

Säckpipa (3) - Sweden

Säckpipa, Säck-pipa - Sweden

Säckpipar - Sweden

Säckpipare - Sweden

Säckpipblåsare, Säckpip-blåsare - Sweden

Sackpipe - German

Sackpipe - Netherlands [Holland]

Säckpipe - Sweden

Säckpiper - Sweden

Säckpipespelare - Sweden

Säckpipeblåsare, Säckpipe blåsare - Sweden

Säckpipsblåsare - Sweden

Säckpipspelare - Sweden

Säckpÿpa - Sweden

Säckpÿpare - Sweden

Sackpype, Sack-pype - Netherlands [Holland]

Säckspel - Sweden

Säckspelare - Sweden

Sackspfeiffe - German

Saco - Portugal

Sacomuse - French

Sacpfeiffe - German

Sacpfîfe - German

Sacphîfe, Sac-phîfe - German

Sacphîfer, Sac-phîfer - German

Sacpipe - Netherlands [Holland]

Saddle - English

Sæche pibbe - Denmark

Sæcke-pibe - Denmark

Sæckepiber, Sæckepibere - Denmark

Sæckepjber - Denmark

Sæckpiber - Denmark

Sæckpijbe - Denmark

Sæk - Norway

Sækkepibe - Norway

Sækkepibe - Sweden

Sækkepibe, Sække-pibe - Denmark

Sækkepibemand - Denmark

Sækkepiber, Sækkepibere - Denmark

Saekkepippe - Sweden

Sækkia pipa - Sweden

Sækkpibe - Denmark

Saeng hwang, Saenghwang - Korea

Sætjpipa - Sweden

Saglašavanje - Serbia

Sah bañieu - France, Brittany

Sahbr - Russia

Sahrāwi - Egypt

Saihwang - Korea

Säkapiva - Sweden

Säkepipa - Sweden

Sakfajfilo -  International

Säkkapÿpare - Sweden

Säkkepipa - Sweden

Säkkipilli - Finland

Säkkpipa - Sweden

Sakpfeiffer - German

Sakpijp, Sakpijpe - Netherlands [Holland]

Säkpipa - Sweden

Sakpipe, Sak-pipe - Lapland (Norway, Sweden and Finland)

Sakpipers [?] - Sweden

Sakpiperske - Sweden

Sakpyp - Belgium

Sakŝalmisto -  International

Sakŝalmo -  International

Sakwa - Arabic world

Salivero - Spanish

Saliveru - Spain, Asturias

Salmanska gajda - Bulgaria

Salvador - Spain, Catalonia

Samac - Croatia

Sambogna - Italy, Molise

Sambogna - Italy, Apulia

Sambuca - France, Provence

Sambuco - Italy

Sambucus nigra: ➺ Elder - English

Sambugnella - Italy, Apulia

Sambugnona - Italy, Apulia

Samčenjak - Croatia

Sampëgnèdda - Italy, Campania

Sampëgniéddë - Italy, Campania

Sampogna - Italy

Sampogna - Italy, Calabria

Sampogna - Italy, Molise

Sampognare - Italy, Molise

Sampognaru (1) - Italy, Sicily

Sampognaru (2) - Italy, Sicily

Sampogne - Italy

Sampognella - Italy, Campania

Sampognetta - Italy

Sampognia - Italy

Sampoña - South America

Sampongne - Italy

Sampugna (1) - Italy, Sicily

Sampugna (2) - Italy, Sicily

Sampugnare - Italy, Molise

Sampugne - Italy, Campania

Sampugnella (1) - Italy, Campania

Sampugnella (2) - Italy, Campania

Sampugnello - Italy, Campania

Sanfona - Brazil

Sanfona - Spain

Sanfonio - France, Provence

Sang - Korea

Sangpipe - UK, England

Sannāyi - India

Sāntǔ - China

Šapar - Russia

Šapar-vuly - Russia

Sapel’ - Belarus

Sapognia - Country uncertain

Sapurer bansi - India

Saqqafa - Malta

Sarampogna - Italy, Latium

Śaraṇā’ī - India

Śaraṇā’ī vajāvanāra [?] - India

Sardellina - Italy, Molise

Sardëllina - Italy, Molise

Sarnai - India

Sarnaj - Russia

Sarró - Spain, Balearics

Sarune - Borneo (Malaysia, Indonesia, and Brunei)

Sasina - Poland

Sasköröm - Hungary

Satite [?] / Tvali [?] - Georgia

Satjepipa - Sweden

Saúco (Sambucus nigra) - Spanish

Sayah - Tunisia

Scandillo - Italy, Campania

Scandrigli - Italy, Calabria

Scanneddu - Italy, Sicily

Scanneddu i fora - Italy, Sicily

Scanneddu i rintra - Italy, Sicily

Scarpa - Italy, Molise

Schaaffsbock - Germany

Schaaforgel - Germany

Schäferpfeife - Germany

Schäferpfeiff - Germany

Schaffer Orgel - Germany

Schäfferpfeiff, Schäffer-pfeiff - Germany

Schafforgel - Germany

Schaffsorgel - Germany

Schaforgel - Germany

Schafsorgel - Germany

Schallbecher - German

Schallloch (or Schall-Loch; before 1996: Schalloch) - German

Schallstück - German

Schalltrichter - German

Schalmei - German

Schalmei - Belgium

Schalmeipijp - Belgium

Schapar - Russia

Schaperpfeiff, Schaper Pfeiff - Germany

Scharnier - German

Schedel - German

Scheng - China

Schepebast [Schefebast?] - Germany, North Rhine-Westphalia

Schepena - Italy, Molise

Schigghia - Italy, Sicily

Schipina - Italy, Molise

Schlauch - German

Schouvir - Russia

Schräg - German

Sciosciature - Italy, Molise

Sciuscialoru - Italy, Sicily

Scopina - Italy, Abruzzo

Scopina - Italy, Molise

Scopinaro - Italy, Abruzzo

Scopinaro - Italy, Molise

Scottish smallpipe, Scottish small-pipe (1) - UK, Scotland

Scottish smallpipe, Scottish small-pipe (2) - UK, Scotland

Scroll - UK, Scotland

Scuordo - Italy, Calabria

Scupenaro [?] - Italy, Abruzzo

Scupina - Italy, Abruzzo

Scupina - Italy, Molise

Scupina (molisana) - Italy, Molise

Scupine - Italy, Molise

Scupine, Scupinë - Italy, Abruzzo

Scupinella - Italy, Molise

Scupjna - Italy, Molise

Scupoina - Italy, Molise

Seam - English

Seasoning - English

Seat - English

Sebsī - Arabic world

Sección - Spanish

Secke pibe - Denmark

Secke pibere - Denmark

Secke pijpe - Norway

Seckene - Denmark

Seckepibe - Denmark

Seckepibere - Denmark

Seckepiffue - Denmark

Seckepiffuer - Denmark

Seckepybere - Denmark

Seckpipa - Sweden

Secret - French

Secreto - Spanish

Secunna - Italy, Sicily

Seeckpipa - Sweden

Segond òrghen - Italy, Lombardy

Segunda - Spain, Galicia

Segundo - Spain, Galicia

Sei - Italy, Calabria

Seitlich - German

Sekepipa - Sweden

Sekk - Norway

Sekke pibe - Denmark

Sekkepibe - Denmark

Sekkepiffue - Denmark

Sekkepipe - Norway

Sekkepipespelar - Norway

Sekkjapípa - Iceland

Sekpipa - Sweden

Sekund - Poland

Semidrone (variable drone of a double-chanter) - English

Sem jytyr - Russia

Sen - Japan

Šêṅ - China

Sendiu - Borneo (Malaysia, Indonesia, and Brunei)

Šêng - China

Sêng tu - China

Senkrecht (aufragend) - German

Separator - Ireland

Serdellina - Italy, Molise

Serrada - Italy, Sardinia

Serubayi - Borneo (Malaysia, Indonesia, and Brunei)

Seruling - Indonesia

Serunai - Borneo (Malaysia, Indonesia, and Brunei)

Set (of pipes) - Ireland

Settjepipa - Sweden

"Settjepipa" - Sweden

Sglobka - Bulgaria

Shabr - Russia

Shabur - Russia

Shake - English

Shakull - Albania

Shakwa - Tunisia

Shànghuáyīn - China

Shapan - Russia

Shapar - Russia

Sharka - Tunisia

Shawm - English

Shcandillë (1) - Italy, Basilicata

Shcandillë (2) - Italy, Basilicata

Shēng - China

Shēnghuáng - China

Shepherd’s pipe - English

Sheshenky - Poland

Shichi - Japan

Shita - Japan

Shkandili (1) - Italy, Basilicata

Shkandili (2) - Italy, Basilicata

Shkandril [Shkandrill?] - Italy, Calabria

Shkewa - Algeria

Shkewa - Tunisia

Shkeywa - Algeria

Shkeywa - Tunisia

Shkurdijuolo - Italy, Basilicata

Shō - Japan

Sho meu ̬ - Thailand

Shono-fuye - Japan

Short roll - Ireland

Shoulder - English

Shövür - Russia

Shù (Shēng shù) - China

Shuāngtǔ - China

Shuber - Russia

Shuĭ kǒu luósī - China

Shuttle pipe - English

Shüvyr - Russia

Shuvyz - Russia

Shyabur - Russia

Siaszina - Poland

Siaudė (1) - Lithuania

Siaudė (2) - Lithuania

Sides - English

Siersienki - Poland

Sierszeńki - Poland

Sierszeńki dwupęcherzowe - Poland

Sierszeńki jednopęcherzowe - Poland

Siesieńki - Poland

Siesieńki dwukomorowe - Poland

Sieszynie - Poland

Sieszynki - Poland

Sifouni - Greece

Šija - Croatia

Šijka - Bulgaria

Sikajtólyuk - Hungary

Simfonia - Latin & related terms

Simphonia, Simphonie - Country uncertain

Șimpoi, Șimpoĭ - Romania

Șimponi - Romania

Simpónia - Italy, Sardinia

Single (beating) reed(s) - English

Single reed(s) - UK, Scotland

Singling - UK, Scotland

Síp - Romania

Siphonia - Country uncertain

Šipjur - Russia

Sippōnyā - Country uncertain

Sípszár - Hungary

Sípszárpipa - Hungary

Sípszártőke - Hungary

Sisak - Ukraine

Sítko (malé & hrubé) - Czechia, Moravia

Sito (malé & veľké) - Slovakia

Siubhal - UK, Scotland

Ši-yo - Japan

Sīzhú shēng, Sīzhúshēng - China

Sīzhú yuè - China

Šjabur - Russia

Sjo - Japan

Šjubber - Russia

Šjuvyr - Russia

Skafi - Greece

Skamora - Russia

Skirl - UK, Scotland

Składka - Poland

Skllapë - Albania

Skłodka - Poland

Skobel - Poland

Skomoroh - Russia

Skortsabouno - Greece

Skręta - Poland

Škripac - Macedonia

Škujica (za prebirat) - Croatia

Skulja - Croatia

Škulja - Croatia

Skuljica, Škuljica (za pribirat) - Croatia

Skupina - Italy, Molise

Slađar - Macedonia

Slaga - Macedonia

Slagač - Macedonia

Slagač na mrmoreco - Macedonia

Slagačka - Macedonia

Slagalica - Croatia

Slagaljka - Macedonia

Slaganik - Macedonia

Slagarče - Macedonia

Slagarče - Serbia

Slagarec - Macedonia

Slagati - Croatia

Slide, Slider - Ireland

Slide-fingering - English

Slider (Drone slider) - UK, England

Složiti - Croatia

Smedovska gajda - Bulgaria

Snerpen - Netherlands [Holland]

Šo - Japan

Sodelina - Spain

Soffiatore - Italy, Basilicata

Soffietto - Italy

Soffietto - Italy, Molise

Sole - UK, Scotland

Solunska trska (Phragmites australis) - Serbia

Soma dūkas - Latvia

Sompoton - Borneo (Malaysia, Indonesia, and Brunei)

Soms - Latvia

Somu dūdas - Latvia

Sonador - Spain, Catalonia

Sonadori - Italy, Sardinia

Sonai a tserakkia - Italy, Sardinia

Soner - France, Brittany

Sonetta - Italy, Calabria

Sonetto - Italy, Calabria

Sonour bañieu - France, Brittany

Sonu de ganna - Italy, Sardinia

Sonus de canna - Italy, Sardinia

Sonus de gama - Italy, Sardinia

Sook - Czechia, Bohemia

Sopac - Croatia

Sopac pod mišnjice - Croatia

Sopac va meh - Croatia

Sopec (1) - Croatia

Sopec (2) - Croatia

Sopiti na mehu - Croatia

Sopivati - Croatia

Soplador - Spanish

Soplador - Spain, Aragón

Soplador - Spain, Rioja

Soplete - Spain, Asturias

Soplete, Sopleto - Spanish

Sopoc - Croatia

Sopranello - Italy, Latium

Soprano - Italy, Apulia

Soprete - Portugal

Soprete - Spain, Galicia

Sopsti na meh, Sopsti va meh - Croatia

Sordelina - Spain

Sordellina (1) - Italy, Campania

Sordellina (2) - Italy, Campania

Sordellina (3) - Italy, Campania

Sordellina (4) - Italy, Campania

Sordellina - Italy, Molise

Sordellina molisana - Italy, Molise

Sordellino - Italy, Campania

Sordetta - Italy, Emilia-Romagna

Sordina - Italy

Sordina - San Marino

Sõrmiline, Sõrmlik - Estonia

Šo-ši - Japan

Šo-ši-buye - Japan

Soska - Russia

Soska - Belarus

Sost - Croatia

Šošt va meh - Croatia

Šotky - Czechia, Moravia

Soubier - France, Brittany

Souche - French

Soufflet - French

Souffleur - France, Brittany

Soufflier - France, Brittany

Soufloir - France, Normandy

Sound box - English

Sound box - Ireland

Soundhole - English

Sounur de Veuze - France, Brittany

Soupape - French

Souqqarah - Tunisia

Sourdeline - France

Sourdeline - Italy, Campania

Sourla - Greece

Sousta - Greece

Špag - Croatia

Šparak - Slovakia

Šparcháč - Slovakia

Šparkáč - Slovakia

Šparkadlo - Slovakia

Speelpijp - Netherlands [Holland]

Spel pôsa - Sweden

Spelman - Sweden

Spelpåse - Sweden

Spelpipa - Sweden

Spelpôsô - Sweden

Spentone - Italy, Apulia

Spiedze - Latvia

Spielpfeife - German

Spinello - Italy, Sardinia

Spinello a bagadia - Italy, Sardinia

Spinello a fiuda bagadia - Italy, Sardinia

Spinello a pipia - Italy, Sardinia

Spinello a su ball’e sa monza - Italy, Sardinia

Spinellu - Italy, Sardinia

Spinellu a pippia - Italy, Sardinia

Spizzingolo - Italy, Calabria

Spojnica

Spölèta - Italy, Lombardy

Spölètta - Italy, Lombardy

Spout - English

Sprema za vosak - Croatia

Spring - English

Spugnetta - Italy, Latium

Spuntiddo - Italy, Basilicata

Spuntone - Italy, Apulia

Spuntuni - Italy, Sicily

Spyglė - Lithuania

Sreden - Macedonia

Sredilnik - Macedonia

Sredna gajda - Bulgaria

Srednače - Macedonia

Srednak - Macedonia

Sredni dio - Croatia

Sredniče - Macedonia

Srednik - Macedonia

Srednjače - Macedonia

Srednjače - Serbia

Srednjak - Macedonia

Srednji komad - Croatia

Sredno brčalo - Macedonia

Sredno drvo - Macedonia

Srednočernogorska gajda - Bulgaria

Srnaj - Russia

Sruti - India

Śruti [Sruti, S’ruti ?] nāda - India

Ṡruti-npaňga - India

Śruti-upāṅga (often spelt Sruti, sometimes S’ruti ~) - India

Ssaberavi [?] / Titi [?] - Georgia

Stacca - Italy, Sicily

Stämma - Estonia

Stand of pipes - English

Stapel - Netherlands [Holland]

Staple - English

Stav - Bulgaria

Stavec - Czechia, Moravia

Staw - Poland

Stawka (1) - Poland

Stawka (2) - Poland

Štemovačka - Czechia, Bohemia

Štepno - Macedonia

Stiefel - German

Stifetta - Italy, Calabria

Stifetti - Italy, Calabria

Stifetto - Italy, Calabria

Stift - German

Stimlyuk - Hungary

Stimm - Czechia, Bohemia

Stimmen - German

Stimmer - German

Stimmer (1) - Germany

Stimmer (2) - Germany

Stimmer (3) - Germany

Stimmloch - German

Stimmlyuk - Hungary

Stimmzunge - German

Stimoni - Greece

Štimová (Štimovaciá) dierka - Slovakia

Štimovanje - Serbia

Štimuva - Macedonia

Štipska gajda - Macedonia

Stiva - French

Stîve - Germany

Stiviri - Georgia

Stock and horn - UK, Scotland

Stock cup - Ireland

Stock(s) - English

Stock(s) - UK, Scotland

Stolbik - Russia

Stomotira - Turkey

Stop - Greece

Stopkey (chanter) - Ireland

Stopkey (drones) - Ireland

Stopped - English

Stowka (1) - Poland

Stowka (2) - Poland

Stracasciu - Italy, Sardinia

Straccasciu - Italy, Sardinia

Strakašu, Strakkašu - Italy, Sardinia

Stridere - Italy

Strike - UK, Scotland

Strillare - Italy

Striping - English

"Stroić dudki" - Poland

"Stroić dudy" - Poland

Stroik (1) - Poland

Stroik (2) - Poland

Strojek - Poland

Strojek - Czechia, Bohemia

Strojka - Bulgaria

Strženik [?] - Serbia

Stufenbordun - German

Stuppaggha - Italy, Sicily

Stürze - German

Stutzn - Czechia, Bohemia

Stuzzicarejjo [?] - Italy, Latium

Stuzzicarello - Italy, Latium

Stviri - Georgia

Stviris bude - Georgia

Stwiri - Georgia

Stýblo - Czechia, Bohemia

Sū shēng, Sūshēng - China

Šuba (1) - Bosnia & Hercegovina

Šuba (2) - Bosnia & Hercegovina

Šuba (3) - Bosnia & Hercegovina

Šuba - Croatia

Suber - Russia

Subiett - France, Brittany

Suegelbalch - German

Sufla - Croatia

Suflaci - Romania

Suflătoare - Romania

Suflaton - Romania

Suflător - Romania

Sufleare - Romania

Sufleci - Romania

Sufleri - Romania

Sufleți - Romania

Suflici - Romania

Sufloniu - Romania

Sufluj - Serbia

Sufra - Croatia

Šuke - Bosnia & Hercegovina

Sumbiling - Borneo (Malaysia, Indonesia, and Brunei)

Šumenska gajda - Bulgaria

Summer - German

Sumphonia - Country uncertain

Sūmponiāh, Sumponja(h), Sumponya(h), Śumponiā(h) - Country uncertain

Sumpotan - Borneo (Malaysia, Indonesia, and Brunei)

Sumpoton - Borneo (Malaysia, Indonesia, and Brunei)

Sunëcillë - Italy, Basilicata

Suniciell - Italy, Basilicata

Suomu duda - Latvia

Suoni - Italy, Basilicata

Suoni - Italy, Calabria

Suoni (1) - Italy, Campania

Suoni (2) - Italy, Campania

Supapă (1) - Romania

Supapă (2) - Romania

Suqqara - North Africa

Sūqqara - Tunisia

Surdelina - Italy, Basilicata

Surdelina - Italy, Calabria

Surdelina - Italy, Molise

Surdeline - Italy, Campania

Surdellina - Italy, Campania

Surdelline - Italy

Surdëllinë - Italy, Basilicata

Surdinela - Italy, Campania

Surdulina - Italy, Basilicata

Surdulina (1) - Italy, Calabria

Surdulina (2) - Italy, Calabria

Surdullina - Italy, Basilicata

Sureau noir (Sambucus nigra) - French

Šurla - Croatia

Surla - Macedonia

Surla, Šurla - Croatia

Šurle - Croatia

Surlica (1) - Croatia

Surlica (2) - Croatia

Šutarče - Macedonia

Šutarka - Macedonia

Sutell - France, Brittany

Šutka - Czechia, Moravia

Šutky - Czechia, Moravia

Šutky - Slovakia

Šuty - Czechia, Moravia

Suvattu - Italy, Sicily

Süvör - Russia

Šüvyr, Šŭvyr - Russia

Šüvyrčö - Russia

Šüvyrlu - Russia

Šüvyroŋ - Russia

Šŭvyrpu (1) - Russia

Šŭvyrpu (2) - Russia

Šüvyr-Tümyr - Russia

Šüvyrzö - Russia

Svara nāda - India

Svežanj - Croatia

Sveznik - Croatia

Svička - Montenegro

Svirac - Croatia

Svirac - Serbia, Vojvodina

Svirač - Croatia

Svirač - Serbia

Svirač - Serbia, Vojvodina

Svirač na diplama s mijehom - Bosnia & Hercegovina

Svirač na miščić - Croatia

Svirač na mješnicama - Croatia

Svirala - Bosnia & Hercegovina

Sviralče - Serbia

Sviralčić - Serbia

Svirale (1) - Croatia

Svirale (2) - Croatia

Svirale (3) - Croatia

Svirale - Serbia, Vojvodina

Sviralica (1) - Croatia

Sviralica (2) - Croatia

Sviraljka - Croatia

Sviraljka s mijehom - Bosnia & Hercegovina

Svirati na mėh - Croatia

Svirče - Macedonia

Svirka - Montenegro

Svirka od trska - Macedonia

Svrljiške gajde - Serbia

Swechleothre - UK, England

Swëgelbalc - German

Sweghleothre - UK, England

Swollen bagpipe - Ireland

Šybyr - Russia

Symfónanna - Iceland

Symfonia - Latin & related terms

Symphonia, Symphonie - Latin & related terms

Sysak - Ukraine

Szałamaja - Poland

Szczekacz - Poland

Szelep - Hungary

Szerszeńki - Poland

Sziańcziarski gajdy - Poland

Szparacz - Poland

Szparhok - Poland

Szperacz - Poland

Tabarau - Borneo (Malaysia, Indonesia, and Brunei)

Tachum - UK, Scotland

Tái (Shēng tái) - China

Take - Japan

Tamil sruti - India

Tampon - French

Tàoguǎn shēng, Tàoguǎnshēng - China

Taorluath (movement) - UK, Scotland

Taorluath (technique) - UK, Scotland

Taorluath a mach - UK, Scotland

Tapa - Bulgaria

Tapa - Greece

Tapadeira - Spain, Galicia

Tapado [?] - Spanish

Tapafolgos - Spain, Galicia

Tapered (bore) - English

Tapl stuck - Estonia

Tapl’stuck, Tapl’-stuck - Estonia

Țâplă - Romania

Tapl-stock - Estonia

Tappelhål - Estonia

Tappelpipa - Estonia

Tappelstuck - Estonia

Tappelstyck - Estonia

Tappo - Italy, Campania

Tapun - Croatia

Tarabă - Romania

Taragoxylo - Greece

Taratimere - New Zealand

Tarauz (1) - Serbia

Tarauz (2) - Serbia

Tarauz - Romania

Tarmpipa - Sweden

Tarpo - India

Tarpo (Tarpu) dobru - India

Tarpo (Tarpu) ghogha - India

Tarpo (Tarpu) khongada - India

Tarpu - India

Tas pipa - Indonesia

Taskspelare - Sweden

Taub qeej - Southeast Asia

Taw neh ̬ ma - Thailand

Tchabro - France, Auvergne

Tchalemine - France, Gascony

Tchiabrette - France, Gascony

Tchiboni - Georgia

Tchiebro - France, Bourbonnais

Tchieuvre - France, Berry

Teacă [?] - Romania

Tead - France, Brittany

Teak (Tectona grandis) - English

Teakholz (Tectona grandis) - German

Țeavă (1) - Romania

Țeavă (2) - Romania

Țeava cu piscoania - Romania

Țeava din mijloc - Romania

Teca - Spanish

Teck (Tectona grandis) - French

Tectona grandis: ➺ Teak - English

Tekne - Turkey

Tela estampada, Tela de flores - Spain, Aragón

Tělesa (piskoru) - Czechia, Bohemia

Temblar - Spain, Asturias

Temlov - Slovakia

Temperar - Spain, Asturias

Templar - Spain, Asturias

Tempradura - English

Tenon (1) - English

Tenon (2) - French

Tenor - Spain, Aragón

Tenor drone - UK, England

Tenor drone - UK, Scotland

Tenor drone - Ireland

Tenor regulator - Ireland

Tenoreta - Spain, Aragón

Tercarolla - Italy, Basilicata

Terceira - Portugal

Tercia - Spanish

Tercia - Spain, Asturias

Tercia - Spain, Galicia

Tercio - Spain, Galicia

Tërquk - Kosovo

Tertsu puntu - Italy, Sardinia

Terza - Italy, Calabria

Terzalora - Italy, Calabria

Terzalore - Italy, Latium

Terzalori - Italy, Calabria

Terzaloro - Italy, Calabria

Terzino - Italy, Calabria

Terzo (1) - Italy, Calabria

Terzo (2) - Italy, Calabria

Terzo (3) - Italy, Calabria

Terzo (4) - Italy, Calabria

Terzo - Italy, Latium

Testale - Italy, Calabria

Testata - Italy, Molise

Testiera - Italy, Calabria

Tête - France, Bourbonnais

Tetik - Bosnia & Hercegovina

Teufels Blasebalg - German

Te-utsuri - Japan

Tha kaieng - Thailand

Thi - Southeast Asia

Thikari - Greece

Thokb - Tunisia

Three-quarter set - Ireland

Thrinaul(is) [?] - Greece

Throw - UK, Scotland

Thứ kèn của mục tử - Vietnam

Thylakouri - Greece

Tibhae - UK, Wales

Tibia otricolare - Latin & related terms

Tibia pares - Latin & related terms

Tibia sacco sive utriculo infixa - Latin & related terms

Tibia utricularis, Tibia vtricularis - Latin & related terms

Tiekholz (Tectona grandis) - German

Tierzu (1) - Italy, Calabria

Tierzu (2) - Italy, Calabria

Tierzu (3) - Italy, Calabria

Tierzu (4) - Italy, Calabria

Tight piping - Ireland

Țiitor - Romania

Tik - Armenia

Tikia pares - Latin & related terms

Tiktirī - India

Tikva - Serbia

Tikveška gajda - Macedonia

Tilqima - Malta

Tin - English

Tinne - Ireland

Tip(s) - English

Țîplă - Romania

Tipping - Ireland

Tipring - English

Tirette - France

Titā-lāo - India

Titi [?] / Ssaberavi [?] - Georgia

Titthi - India

Titti - India

Titty - India

Tiuvels Blâsbelg - German

Țivlică - Romania

To - UK, Scotland

Tobera [?] - Spanish

Točak - Croatia

Tok - Croatia

Tokar - Serbia

Tőke (1) - Hungary

Tőke (2) - Hungary

Tölcsér (1) - Hungary

Tölcsér (2) - Hungary

Tolem - Southeast Asia

Tōlubūrā - India

Tolum - Bulgaria

Tōlusuti - India

Tomari - Greece

Tombi - India

Tömlő - Hungary

Tomlof - Poland

Tömlősíp - Hungary

Tomlow - Poland

Tonada - Spain, Asturias

Toṅbī - India

Tong - Netherlands [Holland]

Tongbī - India

Tongenerator - German

Tongue - English

Tonhål - Sweden

Tooj ncauj - Southeast Asia

Tooloom - Turkey

Top piece - Ireland

Tori - Estonia

Torkula - Bosnia & Hercegovina

Tòrlu - UK, Scotland

Toro - Estonia

Torokhtiy - Ukraine

Toropił* - Russia

Toropill - Estonia

Torropill - Estonia

Torupakk - Estonia

Torupill (1) - Estonia

Torupill (2) - Estonia

Torupill (3) - Estonia

Torupill (4) - Estonia

Torupill (5) - Estonia

Torupill (6) - Estonia

Torupillimängija - Estonia

Torupillimees - Estonia

Torupillitegija - Estonia

Torvihuilu - Finland

Totaro - Italy, Apulia

Totera femmina - Italy, Abruzzo

Totera maschio - Italy, Abruzzo

Tou (Shêng Tou, Shêngtou) - China

Touloum zournas - Turkey

Touloumi (1) - Greece

Touloumi (2) - Greece

Touloumi (1) - Turkey

Touloumi (2) - Turkey

Toumrie - India

Tourlurette - French

Tra - UK, Scotland

Tradarodo - UK, Scotland

Trähylsa - Sweden

Trakijska gajda - Bulgaria

Träpipa - Estonia

Třeběrawa - Germany, Lusatia

Treble drone - English

Treble drone - UK, England

Tresalnik - Macedonia

Tresalo(to) - Macedonia

Trestka (1) - Poland

Trestka (2) - Poland

Treta čast - Bulgaria

Tribia utrikularis - Latin & related terms

Triedda - Italy, Sardinia

Trill - English

Trille - French

Triller - German

Trillu i testa - Italy, Sicily

Trino - Spanish

Tripling - Ireland

Tro - UK, Scotland

Trojdielná píšťala - Slovakia

Trojhlasá píšťala - Slovakia

Trombo - Italy, Basilicata

Trombo - Italy, Calabria

Trombo - Italy, Campania

Tromboncino - Italy

Trombone (1) - Italy, Calabria

Trombone (2) - Italy, Calabria

Trombone (3) - Italy, Calabria

Trombone - Italy, Latium

Trombone - Italy, Sicily

Trompa - Spain, Catalonia

Trompa llarga - Spain, Balearics

Tronera - Spanish

Tronera - Spain, Asturias

Trość - Poland

Trou bouché - French

Trou d’accord - French

Trou mélodique - French

Trstenik - Macedonia

Trstika (sa zajikom) - Croatia

Truba - Croatia

Truba (1) - Serbia, Vojvodina

Truba (2) - Serbia, Vojvodina

Trúba - Slovakia

Trubaljica - Croatia

Trubanj (1) - Croatia

Trubanj (2) - Croatia

Trubanj (3) - Croatia

Trubeddas - Italy, Sardinia

Trubenj - Croatia

Trubička - Czechia, Bohemia

Trubka - Slovakia

Trubka (v gajdach) - Slovakia

Trublja - Croatia

Truedda - Italy, Sardinia

Trumbë [?] - Italy, Calabria

Trumbeddas - Italy, Sardinia

Trumbenta - Croatia

Trumbeta - Croatia

Trumbetë - Italy, Calabria

Trumm (1) - Italy, Basilicata

Trumm (2) - Italy, Basilicata

Trummune - Italy, Calabria

Trummuni - Italy, Calabria

Trummuni - Italy, Sicily

Trumwāy šubūk - Egypt

Trupeddas - Italy, Sardinia

Trutelsack - Belgium

Trutky, Trutki - Ukraine

Truvedda (spelling in Logudorese: Truveḍda [sic]) - Italy, Sardinia

Trypa - Greece

Trzcina - Poland

Tsabnari - Greece

Tsabouna (1) - Greece

Tsabouna (2) - Greece

Tsabouna (3) - Greece

Tsabouna (4) - Greece

Tsabounodoubaka - Greece

Tsabounaki - Greece

Tsabounari - Greece

Tsabounaris - Greece

Tsabounaskio - Greece

Tsabouni - Greece

Tsabouniaris, Tsabounistis - Greece

Tsabounizo - Greece

"Tsabounizo" - Greece

Tsabounofylaka - Greece

Tsabounokafkalo - Greece

Tsabounokataskevastis - Greece

Tsabounopoios - Greece

Tsabre - France, Auvergne

Tsabreteire - France, Auvergne

Tsabrette - France, Guyenne

Tsambi (1) - Greece

Tsambi (2) - Greece

Tsambouna - Greece

Tsambunofi [?] - Greece

Tsamounda - Greece

Tsampouna - Greece

Tschanta - Georgia

Tscheng - China

Tschiang - China

Tschiboni - Georgia

Tshooj - Southeast Asia

Tsiboni - Turkey

Tsifouski - Greece

Tsimboni - Georgia

Tsirilo - Greece

Tsouboni - Turkey

Tsui - China

Tu - Bangladesh

Tubba - Italy, Sicily

Tubṛī - India

Tubu - Borneo (Malaysia, Indonesia, and Brunei)

Tudel - Spanish

Tudel - Spain, Galicia

Tudell - Spain, Balearics

Tudelsack - Switzerland

Tudelsack, Tudel Sack - Austria

Tui hsiao - China

Tulajka

Tulanca - Serbia, Vojvodina

Tuljac

Tuljak

Tülle - German

Tulug - Azerbaijan

Tuluk - Turkey

Tulum - Bulgaria

Tulum - Turkey

Tulum - Azerbaijan

Tulum - Georgia

Tulum, Tulūm - Turkey

Tulum* - Turkey

Tulumcu - Turkey

Ṭulūm dūdukī - Turkey

Tulumi - Turkey

Tulumpan - Turkey

Tulum-zurna - Turkey

Tulum-zurna - Azerbaijan

Tulup, Tulup-zurna - Azerbaijan

Tuluq zurnası (Tuluqzurnası) çalan - Azerbaijan

Tuluq zurnası, Tuluqzurnası - Azerbaijan

Tuluqzurnaçısı - Azerbaijan

Tumbi - India

Tumbo tāpung - India

Tumbu - Italy, Sardinia

Tūmerī - India

Tūmerī - Sri Lanka

Tumri - India

Tumuli - Greece

Tūṅbī - India

Tune (to) - English

Tunga (1) - Sweden

Tunga (2) - Sweden

Tūngbī - India

Tungpipa - Estonia

Tuning (2nd) piece - English

Tuning pin - Ireland

Tuning slide - English

Tuning-hole(s) - English

Tuplowany - Poland

Tǔqì - China

Turahī - Nepal

Turbodudy - Poland

Turelot, Turelote - Netherlands [Holland]

Turelure - French

Turelurelot - France

Turelurete - French

Turlure - French

Turlurette - French

Turlurette* - France, Normandy

Turn - Ireland

Turti - India

Tušnik (1) - Macedonia

Tušnik (2) - Macedonia

Tuta - Spain, Basque country

Tutatu - Spain, Basque country

Tutelsack - Austria

Tutli - India

Tutti - India

Tutu - Spain, Basque country

Tutule, Tuture - Croatia

Tuulekott - Estonia

Țuvlică - Romania

Tuyau d’insufflation - French

Tǔyīn - China

Tvali [?] / Satite [?] - Georgia

Tw (Ntiv tw) - Southeast Asia

Twali - Georgia

Txaranbel - France, Pays basque

Txaranbel - Spain, Basque country

Txaranbela-jotzaile / ~ yotzaile / ~ yotzale - Spain, Basque country

Txilibitu - Spain, Basque country

Txirolari - Spain, Basque country

Txirolarru - Spain, Basque country

Txirulari - Spain, Basque country

Txirularru - Spain, Basque country

Txirularru-jotzaile - Spain, Basque country

Txistu - Spain, Basque country

Txug (Ntiv txug) - Southeast Asia

Tymel - Poland

Tymlov - Czechia, Moravia

Tymlow - Poland

Tzabeïto - France, Auvergne

Tzabouna - Greece

Tzabourna - Greece

Tzabra - France, Auvergne

Tzabro - France, Auvergne

Tzambuna - Greece

Tzobrettaïre - France, Auvergne

U - Japan

U - Korea

Überblasen - German

Udubina - Croatia

Ufam - Russia

Üfleme memesi - Turkey

Ugab - Israel

Ugađača - Croatia

Ugađanje - Croatia

Ugađati - Croatia

Uglasa - Macedonia

Uglašati - Slovenia

Uglašavanje - Serbia

Uglašavati - Serbia

Uglaševanje - Slovenia

Uglaševati - Slovenia

Uhjièt (1) - Italy, Basilicata

Uhjièt (2) - Italy, Basilicata

Uilleann pipe(s) (1) - Ireland

Uilleann pipe(s) (2) - Ireland

Ujdisuva - Macedonia

Ūkas (1) - Lithuania

Ūkas (2) - Lithuania

Ukrasi - Macedonia

Ullan-piobe, Ullan pipes - Ireland

Ultricularj - Latin & related terms

Unchiaturi - Italy, Sicily

Uncle - English

Union pipe - UK, Scotland

Union pipe(s) - Ireland

Unnaīz - Arabic world

Uoblewki - Poland

Uoblywki - Poland

Uotto - Italy, Sicily

Uotu - Italy, Sicily

Up-cut (idioglot single reed) - English

Uppåtskuren - Sweden

Upper tuning (3rd) piece - English

Uppskuren - Sweden

Urda - Italy, Sicily

Urġūl - Egypt

Uri - Italy, Friuli-Venezia Giulia

Ùrlar - UK, Scotland

Usciatore - Italy, Calabria

Usne gajde - Serbia

Ustarri - Spain, Basque country

Uter - Latin & related terms

Uterculus - Latin & related terms

Ùtërë (1) - Italy, Basilicata

Ùtërë (2) - Italy, Basilicata

Utero - Italy, Basilicata

Utre - Italy, Calabria

Utre - Italy, Campania

Utri (1) - Italy, Sicily

Utri (2) - Italy, Sicily

Utricularis - Latin & related terms

Utricularium - Latin & related terms

Utricularius - Latin & related terms

Utriculus - Latin & related terms

Utro - Italy, Calabria

Utskuren - Sweden

Uzal - Croatia

Uztarri - Spain, Basque country

Uzvik - Macedonia

Vaˇ - Thailand

Vaˇ deh ̬ - Thailand

Vaˇ hk’awˆ - Thailand

Vaˇ meh ̬ lai - Thailand

Va’jnaskupp - Sweden

Valnica (Vałnica) - Russia

Valonka - Russia

Váltó - Hungary

Váltólyuk (1) - Hungary

Váltólyuk (2) - Hungary

Váltólyuk (3) - Hungary

Valve - English

Valvidha - Greece

Valvola - Italy

Valvolë - Albania

Válvula - Spanish

Válvula - Portugal

Valvule - Albania

Valvulë - Albania

Valynka - Belarus

Vamping - Ireland

Vara - Portugal

Vara do ronco - Spain, Galicia

Vârf - Romania

Vârfu dârloniului - Romania

Various drone positions - English

Varlotte - Italy, Molise

Varrilicchiju - Italy, Calabria

Vasspipa - Estonia

Vassrör - Estonia

Vass-stämma - Estonia

Vata - Croatia

Vathra - Greece

Védlyuk - Hungary

Vela - Bosnia & Hercegovina

Velika diplja - Serbia

Velika rotačka - Croatia

Veliki - Croatia

Veliki krug - Serbia

Velký kříž - Czechia, Bohemia

Velký měch - Czechia, Bohemia

Vendarola - Italy, Basilicata

Venjanssäck, Venjans-säck - Sweden

Venthole(s) - English

Ventiel - Netherlands [Holland]

Ventil (1) - German

Ventil (2) - German

Ventil - Albania

Ventil - Macedonia

Ventil - Serbia

Ventil - Sweden

Ventíl (z remeňa) - Slovakia

Ventl - Czechia, Bohemia

Vërazit - Italy, Basilicata

Vėrksnėlė - Lithuania

Vertical (1) - English

Vertical (2) - French

Vertical (3) - Spanish

Verzierung - German

Verzierung [?] - German

Vèse - France, Brittany

Vestido - Spanish

Vestimenta - Portugal

Vestimento - Italy, Molise

Vestit - Spain, Balearics

Vestit - Spain, Catalonia

Vestíu - Spain, Asturias

Vesture [?] - English

Vêtement [?] - French

Vetriculus - Latin & related terms

Veuze - France, Brittany

"Veuze" - France, Brittany

Veuze* - France, Brittany

Veuzon (1) - France, Brittany

Veuzon (2) - France, Brittany

Veuzou - France, Brittany

Veuzour - France, Brittany

Veuzoute - France, Brittany

Vèze - French

Vèze - France, Bourbonnais

Vèze - France, Poitou

Veze [Vèze?] - French

Veze [Vèze?] - France, Brittany

Vezeur - France, Poitou

Vezou [?] - France, Brittany

Vibrato (1) - English

Vibrato (2) - French

Vibrato (3) - German

Vidalice - Slovenia

Vidulas (Víđulas) - Italy, Sardinia

Vidulica - Croatia

Vidulice (1) - Croatia

Vidulice (2) - Croatia

Vigurka - Macedonia

Vile - Estonia

Viniouer - France, Brittany

Vira [?] - Spanish

Vîrf - Romania

Vîrfu dîrloniului - Romania

Virola (1) - Spanish

Virola (2) - Spanish

Virole - French

Virticchio [?] - Italy, Sicily

Visones - Italy, Sardinia

Vitica - Croatia

Vize - French

Vlaške gajde - Serbia

Vodoliy - Ukraine

Volinka - Russia

Volınka - Russia

Volïnka - Russia

Volioglot (also Volioglott) - English

Voltajato - Italy, Campania

Volynka (1) - Russia

Volynka (2) - Russia

Volynka (3) - Russia

Volynka (4) - Russia

Volynka (5) - Russia

Volynka - Ukraine

Volynka* - Russia

Volynščik - Russia

Volynščik* - Russia

Volynshchik - Russia

Volynska - Russia

Vornia - Italy, Molise

Vorpfeifn - Czechia, Bohemia

Vorpfeifn-Einsatz - Czechia, Bohemia

Vosca - Italy, Molise

Voščarnica - Croatia

Vraccie - Italy, Molise

Vrǎčilo - Bulgaria

Vrat (1) - Croatia

Vrat (2) - Croatia

Vrat (3) - Croatia

Vražaljka - Macedonia

Vražalka (1) - Macedonia

Vražalka (2) - Macedonia

Vrchnák - Slovakia

Vrčilo - Bulgaria

Vronn - France, Brittany

Vrt - Croatia

Vrtnica

Vtora čast - Bulgaria

Vtre - Italy, Campania

Vtricularis - Latin & related terms

Vtricularius - Latin & related terms

Vtriculus - Latin & related terms

Vuccaglie - Italy, Molise

Vulpijp - Belgium

Vunija (1) - Serbia

Vunija (2) - Serbia

Vylaďovací šroubek - Czechia, Bohemia

Výrsa - Greece

Vzduchojem - Czechia, Moravia

"W dudy" - Poland

Wa’jnaskupp - Sweden

Waist strap - English

Wait treble - UK, England

Walnica - Russia

Walpipe, Wal-pipe - Lapland (Norway, Sweden and Finland)

War pipe - UK, England

War pipe, War-pipe - Ireland

Warbler - English

Warpipes - Ireland

Washint - Ethiopia

Wasserfalle [?] - German

Water trap - English

Welt - English

Wicklung [?] - German

Wind cap - English

Wind chest, Windchest - English

Winding - English

Windische Pfeife - Austria

Windkasten - German

Windpijp - Belgium

Windzak - Netherlands [Holland]

Winkel - Czechia, Bohemia

Wołynka - Ukraine

Wood types used - Bulgaria

Wood types used (1) - France, Bourbonnais

Wood types used (2) - France, Bourbonnais

Wood types used (3) - France, Bourbonnais

Wood types used (1) - Greece

Wood types used (2) - Greece

Wood types used (1) - Italy, Basilicata

Wood types used (2) - Italy, Basilicata

Wood types used (1) - Italy, Calabria

Wood types used (2) - Italy, Calabria

Wood types used (1) - Italy, Latium

Wood types used (2) - Italy, Latium

Wood types used - Italy, Lombardy

Wood types used - Italy, Molise

Wood types used (1) - Italy, Sicily

Wood types used (2) - Italy, Sicily

Wood types used - Macedonia

Wood types used (1) - Poland

Wood types used (2) - Poland

Wood types used - Romania

Wood types used - Turkey

Wood types used (1) - Georgia

Wood types used (2) - Georgia

Wood types used - Russia

Wood types, used in bagpipe making - English

Woolen bagpipe - Ireland

Woollen pipe(s) - Ireland

Wór (1) - Poland

Wór (2) - Poland

Worek - Ukraine

Wot - Laos

Wypukiwanie - Poland

Xalamias - Spain, Aragón

Xeremía - Spain, Balearics

Xeremía - Spain, Catalonia

Xeremia* - Spain, Catalonia

Xeremier - Spain, Balearics

Xeremier - Spain, Catalonia

Xeremies (1) - Spain, Balearics

Xeremies (2) - Spain, Balearics

Xeremies (3) - Spain, Balearics

Xiàhuáyīn - China

Xiǎo shēng - China

Xiǎoshēng - China

Xiremia - Spain, Balearics

Xirimía - Spain, Balearics

Xirimía - Spain, Catalonia

Xirimia* - Spain, Catalonia

Xirolarru - France, Pays basque

Xirolarru - Spain, Basque country

Xirolarru - France, Pays basque

Xirolarru - Spain, Basque country

Xirolarru-jotzaile - Spain, Basque country

Xirularru - Spain, Basque country

Xiū zhuā, Xiūzhuā - China

Xugo - Spain, Galicia

Ya - Japan

Yah nang - Southeast Asia

Yamas - Italy, Calabria

Yǎnquān - China

Yāo gū - China

Yaroul - Israel

Yarul - North Africa

Yatırular - Turkey

Yīn chuāng, Yīnchuāng - China

Yìngtǔ - China

Yoke - English

- China

Yuán shēng, Yuánshēng - China

Yuèhé - China

Yugo - Spanish

Yugo [?] - Spanish

Yuxtaposición - Spanish

Z’mar, Z’marâ (Z’marā) - Arabic world

Zabava na diplama (na mišini) - Croatia

Zabouna - Greece

Zack-pijpe - Netherlands [Holland]

Zack piper - Belgium

Zackpyp(e?) - Netherlands [Holland]

Zacpipe - Belgium

Zacpipe - Netherlands [Holland]

Zaczep - Poland

Zadel - Netherlands [Holland]

Zaden prstenec - Macedonia

Zadna dupka - Macedonia

Zadní (huk) - Czechia, Bohemia

Zadni róg (1) - Poland

Zadni róg (2) - Poland

Zadni róg (3) - Poland

Zadnje kolo - Bosnia & Hercegovina

Zadnji dio - Croatia

Zadudat - Czechia, Bohemia

Zah - France, Brittany

Zaj kab ke - Southeast Asia

Zaj qeej - Southeast Asia

Zaj ua ke - Southeast Asia

Zajičac - Croatia

Zajičec - Croatia

Zajiček - Croatia

Zajičić - Croatia

Zajik - Croatia

Zak - Netherlands [Holland]

Zakk - Malta

Zakkār - Libya

Zaklop - Bosnia & Hercegovina

Zaklop - Croatia

Zaklopac (1) - Croatia

Zaklopac (2) - Croatia

Zaklopac (3) - Croatia

Záklopka - Czechia, Bohemia

Zakpfeyfe - German

Zakpijp - Netherlands [Holland]

Zakpijper - Netherlands [Holland]

Zakpyp, Zak-pyp - Netherlands [Holland]

Zakrutka - Ukraine

Žaleika - Lithuania

Žalejka - Russia

Žalejka - Belarus

Žalejka parnaja - Russia

Zaletavac - Croatia

Zaletavec - Croatia

Zaletouch - Greece

Zalipač - Macedonia

Zalipačka - Macedonia

Zalipačka - Serbia

Zalipaljka - Macedonia

Zalipalo - Macedonia

Zalipnik - Macedonia

Zalipok - Macedonia

Zalipuška - Macedonia

Zalisak - Bosnia & Hercegovina

Zalistak - Bosnia & Hercegovina

Zalistak (1) - Croatia

Zalistak (2) - Croatia

Zalistavac - Croatia

Zalitač - Bulgaria

Zalitač - Macedonia

Zalitač - Serbia

Zalitalo - Macedonia

Zamah - Slovenia

Zāmar (1) - Morocco

Zāmar (2) - Morocco

Zamara - Greece

Zamare - Albania

Zamari - Greece

Zamarofloyera - Greece

Zambare - Albania

Zambaredda - Italy, Calabria

Zambarella - Italy, Calabria

Zambognë - Italy, Basilicata

Zambògne - Italy, Apulia

Zambugnë - Italy, Basilicata

Zambugnitto - Italy, Latium

Zammara - Italy, Sicily

Zammāra - Arabic world

Zammāra - Morocco

Zampogna - Italy

Zampogna - Italy, Abruzzo

Zampogna - Italy, Basilicata

Zampogna - Italy, Calabria

Zampogna - Italy, Campania

Zampogna - Italy, Latium

Zampogna - Italy, Molise

Zampogna (1) - Italy, Sardinia

Zampogna (2) - Italy, Sardinia

Zampogna - Malta

Zampogna - Switzerland

Zampogna «messinese» - Italy, Sicily

Zampogna a chiave - Italy

Zampogna a chiave (1) - Italy, Calabria

Zampogna a chiave (2) - Italy, Calabria

Zampogna a chiave - Italy, Sicily

Zampogna a chiavi’nteri - Italy, Calabria

Zampogna a chiavi sana - Italy, Calabria

Zampogna a mezza chiave - Italy, Calabria

Zampogna a paro (1) - Italy, Calabria

Zampogna a paro (2) - Italy, Calabria

Zampogna a paro - Italy, Sicily

Zampogna a paro, a paru, a pparu - Italy, Sicily

Zampogna a quattro canne - Italy, Molise

Zampogna a triplo chanter - Italy, Molise

Zampogna alla moderna - Italy, Calabria

Zampogna bergamasca - Italy, Lombardy

Zampogna campano-lucana - Italy, Campania

Zampogna cerquetana - Italy, Abruzzo

Zampogna contadina - Italy, Apulia

Zampogna cornette - Italy, Calabria

Zampogna di canna - Italy, Molise

Zampogna di Fossalto - Italy, Molise

Zampogna di Panni - Italy, Apulia

Zampogna lucana - Italy, Basilicata

Zampogna lucana - Italy, Campania

Zampogna mezze cornette - Italy, Calabria

Zampogna mezzette - Italy, Calabria

Zampogna moderna - Italy, Calabria

Zampogna pugliese - Italy, Apulia

Zampogna ranni - Italy, Sicily

Zampogna romane - Italy, Calabria

Zampogna supermezzette - Italy, Calabria

Zampogna tipo antico - Italy, Calabria

Zampogna tipo moderno - Italy, Calabria

Zampogna tre quarti di cornette - Italy, Calabria

Zampogna triquatti - Italy, Sicily

Zampogna zoppa (1) - Italy, Abruzzo

Zampogna zoppa (2) - Italy, Abruzzo

Zampogna zoppa (1) - Italy, Latium

Zampogna zoppa (2) - Italy, Latium

Zampogna zoppa - Italy, Molise

Zampogna* - Croatia

Zampognare - Italy

Zampognaro - Italy

Zampognatore - Italy

Zampognatore - Italy, Sardinia

Zampognella - Italy, Campania

Zampognetta - Italy

Zampogniaro - Italy, Apulia

Zampognica - Italy, Latium

Zampognino - Italy

Zampognista - Italy

Zampona - Spain, Balearics

Zampoña - South America

Zamprogna - Italy, Campania

Zampugnaro - Italy, Campania

Zamr - Morocco

Zanfona, Zanfoña - Spain

Zapa - Spain, Galicia

Zapadka - Ukraine

Zapasznik - Poland

Zapfen - German

Zapfenloch - German

Zapón - Spain, Galicia

Zapp - Malta

Zaqq - Malta

Żaqq (1) - Malta

Żaqq (2) - Malta

Žar - Montenegro

Zarez - Bosnia & Hercegovina

Zarez - Croatia

Zareza - Croatia

Zarezotina

Zarezotina - Croatia

Zasopiti - Croatia

Zateg - Croatia

Zatek - Slovenia

Zatvarač - Croatia

Zaum [?] - German

Zdèla - Italy, Emilia-Romagna

Zeberawa - Germany, Lusatia

Zëllonë - Italy, Basilicata

Zeppa - Italy, Calabria

Zëpponë (1) - Italy, Basilicata

Zëpponë (2) - Italy, Basilicata

Žeravnenska gajda - Bulgaria

Zgaĭbă, Zgaibă - Romania

Zgaĭbără - Romania

Zgaĭbarac - Romania

Zgaĭdă - Romania

Zglašuva - Macedonia

Zgłośnica - Poland

Zhaleika - Russia

Zhĭ kǒng - China

Zhōngyīn shēng, Zhōngyīnshēng - China

Zhòu - China

Zillona - Italy, Basilicata

Zimpona - Turkey

Zinburruna [?] - Spain, Basque country

Zinn - German

Zippi - Italy, Calabria

Zippone - Italy, Campania

? [Zipurriña ?] - Spain, Basque country

Zirimia - Spain, Balearics

Ziti - India

Zitty - India

Zivana - Macedonia

Zivane - Macedonia

Zivane - Serbia

Zizmak - Turkey

Žleb - Macedonia

Zokra - Libya

Zombaco - Italy, Calabria

Zommara - Italy, Calabria

Zommaredda - Italy, Calabria

Zouggarah - Egypt

Zoughara - Libya

Zouhara - Egypt

Zoumar - Greece

Zoummārah - Egypt

Zouqqara - North Africa

Zouqqarah - Tunisia

Zournas - Greece

Zub - Bosnia & Hercegovina

Zub - Croatia

Zub od vepra - Serbia

Zûggara - Tunisia

Zuĭ (Shēng zuĭ, Shēngzuĭ) - China

Zukavac - Serbia

Zūkra - Libya

Zūkra - Tunisia

Zumare - Albania

Zumarra - Italy, Calabria

Zùmbaco (1) - Italy, Calabria

Zùmbaco (2) - Italy, Calabria

Zùmbeca - Italy, Calabria

Zumbeco - Italy, Calabria

Zùmbeco (1) - Italy, Calabria

Zùmbeco (2) - Italy, Calabria

Zummāra - Arabic world

Zummāra - Egypt

Zummāra al-qirba - Arabic world

Zummāra arbāuia (arbawija) - Arabic world

Zummāra bi-soan (bi-suʿn) - Arabic world

Zummāra el-kurbe - Tunisia

Zummāra khamsauia (chamsāwija) - Arabic world

Zummāra sabauia - Arabic world

Zummāra settauia (sattawija) - Arabic world

Zummare - Albania

Zunge - German

Zungenspiel - German

? [Zuppuriña ?] - Spain, Basque country

Zuqqāra - Libya

Zūqqara - North Africa

Zūqqara - Tunisia

Zūqra - Tunisia

Žura gajda - Bulgaria

Zurla - Croatia

Zurna - Montenegro

Zurna - Caucasia (See also Armenia, Azerbaijan, Georgia, and Dagestan (Russia))

Zurücklehnend (sich) - German

Zutell - France, Brittany

Zvrk - Croatia

Zvukovod - Czechia, Bohemia

Zwinge - German

Zylindrisch (Bohrung) - German

Zzippula - Italy, Sicily

Zzonë - Italy, Abruzzo