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Pop·si·cle

 (pŏp′sĭ-kəl, -sĭk′əl)
A trademark for a colored, flavored ice confection with one or two flat sticks for a handle.
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Popsicle

(ˈpɒpsɪkəl)
n
trademark US and Canadian an ice lolly
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Pop•si•cle

(ˈpɒp sɪ kəl, -ˌsɪk əl)
Trademark.
a brand of flavored ice on a stick.
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ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.Popsicle - ice cream or water ice on a small wooden stickpopsicle - ice cream or water ice on a small wooden stick; "in England a popsicle is called an ice lolly"
frozen dessert - any of various desserts prepared by freezing
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Translations
nanuk
sodavandsis
mehujää
sladoled na štapiću
アイスキャンディー
아이스캔디
lučka
isglass
ไอติมรสผลไม้
kem que

Popsicle

® [ˈpɒpsɪkl] N (US) → polo m (Sp), paleta f (helada) (LAm)
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Popsicle®

n (US) → Eis ntam Stiel
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popsicle

® [ˈpɒpsɪkl] n (Am) → ghiacciolo
Collins Italian Dictionary 1st Edition © HarperCollins Publishers 1995

Popsicle

آيْسِ كْرِيـمْ nanuk sodavandsis Eis am Stiel γρανίτα paleta de helado, polo mehujää glace à l’eau sladoled na štapiću ghiacciolo アイスキャンディー 아이스캔디 waterijsje ispinne lody na patyku gelado com pauzinho, picolé мороженое на палочке isglass ไอติมรสผลไม้ çubuk buz kem que 冰棒
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References in periodicals archive ?
Just Chill Out Fla-Vor-Ice owes its existence to the Popsicle, which was accidentally invented in 1905 when a San Francisco boy named Frank Epperson left a cup of powdered soda and a stirring stick out on his family's porch, and it froze overnight.
Ten-year-old Becky Schroeder invented The Glow Sheet, Frank Epperson was only 11 when he invented the Popsicle[R] (originally called the "Epp-sicle"), and the "godfather of windsurfing," Peter Chilvers, was 12 when he created the very first sailboard.
When 11-year-old Frank Epperson stumbled upon this summer favourite in San Francisco in the depths of winter in 1905 he was actually trying to invent his own soda pop creation.