British term for a frozen confection on a stick, equivalent to the American term "popsicle." In the plural sense, the term "lolly ices" may be used, e.g., "one ice lolly," or "an entire selection of lolly ices."
It was a hot day in Merseyside, and Bill stopped by the ASDA to buy a box of lolly ices, but they were sold out; a clerk told him there wasn't an ice lolly to be had all the way to Blackpool.
An alternative for Ice Pop, I think.
I ran up to the ice cream truck to buy an ice lolly, but the fat kid in front of me got the last one.