Definition of Gelato

1. Noun. An Italian variant of ice cream made from milk and sugar, combined with other flavourings. The ingredients are super-cooled while stirring to break up ice crystals as they form. ¹



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Definition of Gelato

1. Italian ice cream [n -TI or -TOS]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Gelato

gelatinous ascites
gelatinous infiltration
gelatinous lesion
gelatinous nucleus
gelatinous polyp
gelatinous scleritis
gelatinous substance
gelatinous tissue
gelatinous varix
gelatinously
gelatinousness
gelatins
gelation
gelations
gelatis
gelato (current term)
gelator
gelators
gelatos
gelatum
gelcap
gelcaps
geld
geldable
geldanamycin
gelded
gelder
gelder rose
gelders
gelding

Literary usage of Gelato

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1. The Pharmacopoeias of Twenty-five of the London Hospitals: Arranged in by Peter Wyatt Squire, Alfred Herbert Squire (1885)
"In making Bougies the gelato-glycerine must be melted, the medicament 'added ... Rub together, and add the mixture to gelato- glycerine, ..."

2. An Italian and English Dictionary with Pronunciation and Brief Etymologies by August Hjalmar Edgren, Giuseppe Bico, John Lawrence Gerig (1901)
"gelata, /.; ghiaccio, m.; hard —, gran gelata ; hoar —, brina(ta), /. -bitten, ADJ. : attaccato dal ghiaccio, gelato. -ed, ADJ. ..."

3. A New Pocket Dictionary of the English & Italian Languages by J. E. Wessely (1883)
"... se ft in ma, »puma, f. ; -, vn ciot gelato. ... Frozen, íi^'/na gelato, Frugal, fr2'gll, a. frugale,- parco, ..."

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