pilo polo
 n.— «For more than 10 years, a group has gathered to play pilo (pronounced like pillow) polo on winter holidays. Players are loosely divided into two teams. Each player gets a short plastic mallet with a rubber end. Everyone tries to drive a large foam ball between two plastic cones on either side of the soccer field. There are no side boundaries.» —“Holiday pastimes: Holiday play” by Julie Ann Grimm New Mexican (Santa Fe) Nov. 24, 2006. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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