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ring-a-lievio

[ ring-uh-lee-vee-oh ]
/ ˌrɪŋ əˈli viˌoʊ /
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noun
a game played usually between two teams in which the members of one team attempt to find, capture, and imprison the members of the other, who can be freed only by a teammate not yet captured.
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Origin of ring-a-lievio

1900–05; variant of ring relievo, perhaps relieve + -o
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