Definition of spin-o-rama in English:

spin-o-rama

noun

(also spin-a-rama)
Canadian Ice Hockey
  • An evasive move consisting of an abrupt 360-degree turn, especially in order to score a goal.

    • ‘Elias pulls off a slick spin-o-rama and beats goalie Evgeni Nabokov on his backhand for a fancy finish’

Pronunciation

spin-o-rama

/ˌspinəˈramə/ /ˌspɪnəˈræmə/

Origin

1950s (as a term for a type of earring): from spin + -orama. The term as used in ice hockey is often associated with the Canadian sportscaster Danny Gallivan, who used it to refer to the move as performed by the player Serge Savard.