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Old Austrian name, particularly in Wien for a more or less pronounced alcohol consumption. To "Andudeln" means "get drunk" and "to be put on" means "to get drunk". But bagpipes also mean "yodelling" or "bagpipe pipes". The origin probably lies in the Turkish "duduk" (flute). The connection “music” to “alcohol enjoyment” is easily established, because one leads to the other in wine bars. The term "Dullijöh" is a onomatopoeic variation of the bagpipes - if a lot of "bagpipes" are used, you get a "Dullijöh". See also the different expressions below intoxication,

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