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English: pet form of ROLAND (SEE Roland). See also ROWLEY (SEE Rowley).

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  • Roly — This interesting surname is of Anglo Saxon locational origin, from any of the various places called Rowley. in Devonshire, Durham, Staffordshire and Yorkshire. The placenames are recorded as Rodeleia in the Domesday book on 1086, Ruley in the… …   Surnames reference

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  • Roly Platt — (born July 5, 1958, Toronto, Ontario) is a Canadian musician. He is a diatonic harmonica player. For the past 30 years, Toronto native Roly Platt remains one of Canada’s premier harmonicaplayers. Roly’s versatility and skill on the instrument has …   Wikipedia

  • roly-poly — [rō′lē pō′lē] adj. [redupl. of ROLL] short and plump; pudgy n. pl. roly polies 1. a roly poly thing or person, esp. a child 2. Chiefly Brit. a pudding made of suet pastry spread with jam, rolled up, and boiled, steamed, etc. 3. Austral. a… …   English World dictionary

  • roly-poly — ► NOUN (also roly poly pudding) Brit. ▪ a pudding made of a sheet of suet pastry covered with jam or fruit, formed into a roll, and steamed or baked. ► ADJECTIVE informal ▪ round and plump. ORIGIN fanciful formation from ROLL(Cf. ↑roll) …   English terms dictionary

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