Popsicle
trademark — used for flavored and colored water frozen on a stick

New Collegiate Dictionary. 2001.

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  • popsicle — 1923, trademark name registered by Frank Epperson of Oakland, Calif., presumably from (lolly)pop + (ic)icle …   Etymology dictionary

  • Popsicle — ☆ Popsicle [päp′si kəl ] [blend < POP1 + (I)CICLE] trademark for a flavored ice frozen around a stick n. [also p ] such a confection …   English World dictionary

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  • Popsicle — UK [ˈpɒpsɪk(ə)l] / US [ˈpɑpsɪk(ə)l] Word forms Popsicle : singular Popsicle plural Popsicles trademark American an ice lolly …   English dictionary

  • Popsicle — [[t]pɒ̱psɪk(ə)l[/t]] Popsicles N COUNT A Popsicle is a piece of flavoured ice or ice cream on a stick. [AM, TRADEMARK] (in BRIT, use ice lolly) …   English dictionary

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  • Popsicle — /pop si keuhl, sik euhl/, Trademark. a brand of flavored ice on a stick. * * * …   Universalium

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