If a 'faucet' in AE is a 'tap' in BE, apparently 'spigot' is also used in AE to mean a 'faucet'. However, in BE, 'spigot' is not the whole tap, but a part of the tap - it is the key-shaped part at the top used for winding the tap. In BE, 'spigot' never refers to the whole tap or faucet. So, my question to AE speakers, here, is as follows: What do you call a spigot in the British sense? Maybe you don't have a word for it, which would, on the face of it, make America a poorer nation for it... Perish the thought.