Lollies vs Chocolate - What's the difference?

lollies | chocolate |


As a noun lollies

is or lollies can be (dialectal|rhode island) a type of undergarment worn by cheerleaders under their skirts in place of panties.

As a verb chocolate is

.

As an adjective chocolate is

chocolate (attributive).

lollies

English

Etymology 1

Noun

(head)
  • Etymology 2

    Shortened form of lollipop pants , which was the standard form in Rhode Island at least through the mid 1980s. It is not known when the shortened form became the standard term.

    Noun

    (head)
  • (dialectal, Rhode Island) A type of undergarment worn by cheerleaders under their skirts in place of panties.
  • Synonyms
    * kickpants * spankies

    chocolate

    Noun

  • (uncountable) A food made from ground roasted cocoa beans
  • Chocolate is a very popular treat.
  • (uncountable) A drink made by dissolving this food in boiling milk
  • (countable) A single, small piece of confectionery made from chocolate
  • He bought her some chocolates as a gift.
  • (uncountable) A dark, reddish-brown colour/color, like that of chocolate
  • As he cooked it the whole thing turned a rich, deep chocolate .

    Derived terms

    * bar of chocolate * choc * choccy * chocoholic * chocolate-box * chocolate chip * chocolate leather * chocolate phosphate * chocolate plastic * chocolate tree * chocolatey, chocolaty * compound chocolate * dark chocolate * hot chocolate * milk chocolate * modeling chocolate, modelling chocolate * plain chocolate * white chocolate

    Adjective

    (en adjective)
  • Made of or containing chocolate.
  • Having a dark reddish-brown colour/color.
  • See also

    * black bottom pie * Black Forest gateau * brownie * cacao * carob * cocoa bean * cocoa butter * * devil's food cake * ganache * lamington * marquise * mocha * mochaccino * mole * Nanaimo bar * praline * sacher torte * tollhouse cookie * truffle *

    References

    * * 2000 , Karen Dakin, Søren Wichmann, ‘Cacao and Chocolate: An Uto-Aztec perspective’, Ancient Mesoamerica , vol. 11, pages 55–75. * 1983 , Frances Karttunen, An Analytical Dictionary of Nahuatl (University of Texas Press), page 54.