[pol-ee-wog] /ˈpɒl iˌwɒg/
(Brit, dialect, US & Canadian) another name for tadpole
(informal) a sailor who has not crossed the equator Compare shellback
“tadpole,” mid-15c., polwygle, probably from pol “head” (see poll (n.)) + wiglen “to wiggle” (see wiggle (v.)). Modern spelling is 1830s, replacing earlier polwigge.
[paw-yaw, -lyaw] /ˈpɔ yɔ, -lyɔ/ noun, plural pollos [paw-yaws, -lyaws] /ˈpɔ yɔs, -lyɔs/ (Show IPA). Spanish. 1. . 2. Slang. (in Mexico) a laborer who pays to be smuggled or guided over the border into the U.S. illegally.
[pol-uh k] /ˈpɒl ək/ noun, plural pollocks (especially collectively) pollock. Chiefly British. 1. Also called saithe. a North Atlantic food fish, Pollachius virens, of the cod family. 2. . [pol-uh k] /ˈpɒl ək/ noun 1. Sir Frederick, 1845–1937, English legal scholar and author. 2. Jackson, 1912–56, U.S. painter. /ˈpɒlək/ noun 1. Sir Frederick. 1845–1937, English […]
[pol] /pɒl/ noun 1. .
[pohl-ster] /ˈpoʊl stər/ noun 1. a person whose occupation is the taking of public-opinion . /ˈpəʊlstə/ noun 1. a person who conducts opinion polls n. 1939, from poll (n.) + -ster.