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lol·li·pop

also lol·ly·pop  (lŏl′ē-pŏp′)
n.
A confection consisting of a piece of hard candy attached to the end of a small stick.

[Perhaps from dialectal lolly, tongue (from loll, to dangle the tongue) + pop, or from Romani (British dialect) loli phabai, red apple, candy apple : lolo, loli, red (from Middle Indic lohita-, from Sanskrit, from loha-, red; see reudh- in Indo-European roots) + phabai, apple (of Indic origin; akin to Torwali (Dardic language of northwest Pakistan) babaí).]
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lollipop

(ˈlɒlɪˌpɒp)
n
1. (Cookery) a boiled sweet or toffee stuck on a small wooden stick
2. (Cookery) Brit another word for ice lolly
[C18: perhaps from Northern English dialect lolly the tongue (compare loll) + pop1]
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lol•li•pop

or lol•ly•pop

(ˈlɒl iˌpɒp)

n.
a piece of hard candy attached to the end of a small stick that is held in the hand while the candy is licked.
[1775–85; perhaps dial. lolly tongue + pop1]
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lollipop

sucker
Dictionary of Unfamiliar Words by Diagram Group Copyright © 2008 by Diagram Visual Information Limited
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.lollipop - ice cream or water ice on a small wooden sticklollipop - 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
2.lollipop - hard candy on a sticklollipop - hard candy on a stick    
candy, confect - a rich sweet made of flavored sugar and often combined with fruit or nuts
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Translations
مَصَّاْصَةمَصّاصَه
lízátko
slikkepindslikpind
LutscherDauerlutscherLolliLollipop
suĉsukeraĵo
pulgakomm
tikkaritikkukaramelli
lizalica
nyalóka
sleikibrjóstssykursleikipinnisleikjó
棒付きキャンデー
막대사탕
ledai ant pagaliukoledinukas ant pagaliuko
cukurgailītis
lízanka
lizika
godisklubbaklubba
อมยิ้ม
kẹokẹo mút

lollipop

[ˈlɒlɪpɒp]
A. Npirulí m, piruleta f (Sp), chupaleta f (Mex), chupetín m (River Plate); (iced) → polo m, paleta f helada (LAm)
B. CPD lollipop lady N (Brit) mujer encargada de ayudar a los niños a cruzar la calle
lollipop man N (Brit) hombre encargado de ayudar a los niños a cruzar la calle
LOLLIPOP LADY/MAN
Se llama lollipop man o lollipop lady a la persona encargada de parar el tráfico en las calles cercanas a los colegios en el Reino Unido, para que los niños las crucen sin peligro. Suelen ser personas ya jubiladas, que van vestidas con una gabardina fosforescente y que llevan una señal de stop en un poste portátil, lo que recuerda por su forma a una piruleta, y de ahí su nombre.
Collins Spanish Dictionary - Complete and Unabridged 8th Edition 2005 © William Collins Sons & Co. Ltd. 1971, 1988 © HarperCollins Publishers 1992, 1993, 1996, 1997, 2000, 2003, 2005

lollipop

[ˈlɒlipɒp] nsucette flollipop lady n (British) personne chargée d'aider les écoliers à traverser la ruelollipop man n (British) personne chargée d'aider les écoliers à traverser la rue
Collins English/French Electronic Resource. © HarperCollins Publishers 2005

lollipop

nLutscher m; (= iced lollipop)Eis ntam Stiel
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lollipop

[ˈlɒlɪˌpɒp] nlecca lecca m inv
Collins Italian Dictionary 1st Edition © HarperCollins Publishers 1995

lollipop

(ˈlolipop) noun
a large sweet on a stick for sucking.
lolly (ˈloli) plural ˈlollies noun
1. a lollipop, or a similar type of sweet made of ice-cream etc. an ice-lolly.
2. a slang word for money.
Kernerman English Multilingual Dictionary © 2006-2013 K Dictionaries Ltd.

lollipop

مَصَّاْصَة lízátko slikkepind Lutscher γλειφιτζούρι chupachup, chupeta, paleta, piruleta tikkari, tikkukaramelli sucette lizalica lecca-lecca 棒付きキャンデー 막대사탕 lolly kjærlighet på pinne, slikkepinne lizak chupa-chupa, pirulito леденец на палочке godisklubba, klubba อมยิ้ม lolipop kẹo, kẹo mút 冰棍, 棒棒糖
Multilingual Translator © HarperCollins Publishers 2009
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