a piece of hard candy fixed to the end of a small stick; sucker
Origin of lollipopchild's term: probably after dialect, dialectal lolly, the tongue + pop
A confection consisting of a piece of hard candy attached to the end of a small stick.
Origin of lollipopPerhaps from dialectal lolly tongue (from loll to dangle the tongue ) pop 1 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 ) (Torwali (Dardic language of northwest Pakistan) babaí )