MEANING: noun:
1. The exchanging of favors, especially by legislators by voting for each other’s legislation.
2. A sport in which two players stand on a floating log and try to knock each other off by spinning the log with their feet.

ETYMOLOGY: From the former practice of neighbors helping each other move logs by rolling them. Earliest documented use: 1792.


LAGROLLING - robbing a convict

LOWROLLING - like a mist (see also FOGROLLING)

LOGROWLING - noise made by a wary grizzly bear