[lol-ee-pop] /ˈlɒl iˌpɒp/
a piece of hard candy attached to the end of a small stick that is held in the hand while the candy is licked.
a boiled sweet or toffee stuck on a small wooden stick
(Brit) another word for ice lolly
1784, lolly-pops “sweetmeats, soft candy,” perhaps related to loll “to dangle” (the tongue) + pop “strike, slap.” Or the first element may be northern dialectal lolly “the tongue.” Meaning “hard candy on a stick” is from 1920s.
A pitch that is easy to hit: will they chuckle when out-of-shape lefties lob up lollipops? (1960s+ Baseball)
[lol-ee-waw-ter, -wot-er] /ˈlɒl iˌwɔ tər, -ˌwɒt ər/ noun, Australian Slang. 1. a sweet soft drink, especially one brightly colored.
- Lolly water
noun 1. (Austral & NZ, informal) any of various coloured soft drinks
/ˈlɒlɪˌwʊd/ noun 1. (informal) the Pakistani film industry, based in Lahore
[loh-loh] /ˈloʊ loʊ/ noun, plural Lolos (especially collectively) Lolo for 1. 1. Also called Yi. a member of a people inhabiting the mountainous regions of southwestern China near the eastern borders of Tibet and Burma. 2. the Sino-Tibetan language or group of languages, related to Burmese, spoken by the Lolo.