[ring-uh-lee-vee-oh] /ˌrɪŋ əˈli viˌoʊ/
a game played usually between two teams in which the members of one team attempt to find, capture, and imprison the members of the other, who can be freed only by a teammate not yet captured.
or ring-around-the-rosy, ring-around-a-rosey [ring-uh-round-th uh-roh-zee] /ˈrɪŋ əˈraʊnd ðəˈroʊ zi/ noun 1. a children’s game in which the players sing while going around in a circle and squat when the lyrics “all fall down” are sung.
- Ring back
verb 1. (adverb) to return a telephone call (to)
verb (used with object) 1. girdle (def 11). verb 1. another term for ring1 (sense 24)
noun a participant in a marriage ceremony, often a child, who is responsible for holding the ring(s) until placed on the celebrant’s hand; also written ring bearer