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GEL'LY, noun [Latin gelo, gelatus. It is now more generally written jelly.]

1. The inspissated juice of fruit boiled with sugar.

2. A viscous or glutinous substance; a gluey substance, soft, but cohesive. [See Jelly.]

GELT, participle passive Of geld.

GELT, noun For gelding. [Not used.]

GELT, for gilt. Tinsel, or gilt surface. [Not used.]