pol.ka.cel.lo – /’po-ke-che-lo/
Inflected form(s): plural polkacellos
First known use: 1970
Definition: a large, unusual musical instrument that is held by the player while the player is standing, a member of the percussion family (musical instruments you play be hitting or shaking). It originated in Minnesota, USA and became popular at family gatherings across North America. It has remained popular into the 21st century to those who know of its existence. With its rarity, there are no known reports of its use in a religious service.
Come experience the polkacello at the Easter Vigil service – as we use all things for the glory of our risen King. “Let everything that has breath praise the Lord!”