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Date: 1700-1800
Origin: Probably from English dialect lolly 'tongue' (from loll) + pop

lollipop

noun
     
lollipop
Related topics: Food Dish
lol‧li‧pop [countable]
DFF a hard sweet made of boiled sugar on a stick [= lolly British English]

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