Etymology
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dollop (n.)

"a lump or glob," 1812, from earlier dallop "a patch, tuft or clump of grass" (1570s), an East Anglian dialect word of uncertain origin. As a verb, "serve out in large lumps," from 1825. Related: Dolloped; dolloping.

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Definitions of dollop

dollop (n.)
a small measure (usually of food);
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