noun, plural lol·lies.
Origin of lolly
Examples from the Web for lolly
She plays Lolly, an affable inmate who listens to Piper recount her gruesome bashing of Pennsatucky, whom she believes she killed.Lori Petty on ‘Orange Is the New Black,’ the Halcyon ‘90s, and Discovering Jennifer Lawrence|Marlow Stern|June 8, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Just then Mab saw Aunt Lolly going into her garden with a bottle in her hand.
“Now, Lolly, you may just run home again as quick as you can,” said Maddie sharply.Little Alice's Palace|Anonymous
I wish Lolly had confided in me, and let me make a bargain with this man to stop away and keep her secret.Aurora Floyd, Vol. III (of 3)|M. E. (Mary Elizabeth) Braddon
"The pickle will grow large and completely fill the bottle," went on Aunt Lolly.
He had been known to make away with the materials of Lolly's detestable occupation when he got the chance.The Creators|May Sinclair
British Dictionary definitions for lolly
noun plural -lies
Word Origin for lolly
Word Origin and History for lolly
1854, short for lollipop. In 20c. British slang, also "money."