geld

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To castrate a male (usually an animal)

Poor old Topaz, said Mrs Flanders, as he stretched himself out in the sun, and she smiled, thinking how she had had him gelded, and how she did not like red hair in men.

Money; notably:

A ransom.

{n} a tax
{a} to castrate, emasculate
To deprive of anything essential
To deprive of anything exceptionable; as, to geld a book, or a story; to expurgate
{f} castrate an animal (especially a horse)
cut off the testicles (of male animals such as horses); "the vet gelded the young horse
Money; tribute; compensation; ransom
To castrate; to emasculate
cut off the testicles (of male animals such as horses); "the vet gelded the young horse"
A tax paid to the crown by English landholders under Anglo-Saxon and Norman kings. to remove the testicles of a horse (gelda)
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a eunuch
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a castrated male horse
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any castrated male animal
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Money

Have bought some farm land in Rio Grande Valley which should bring in a sizeable bundle of gelts come cotton picking time.

gelt
candy eaten on Hanukkah in the shape of coins, wrapped in metallic foil
gelding
{n} a horse that has been gelded
gelt
{n} a gelded animal, gelding, tinsel
To geld
alter
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Simple past and past participle of to geld
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A castrated animal; usually applied to a horse, but formerly used also of the human male
gelding
castrated male horse
gelding
present participle of geld
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from Geld, v
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A gelding is a male horse that has been castrated. a horse that has been gelded
gelding
{i} castrated male animal (especially a horse)
gelds
Third person singular simple present of to geld
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Gilding; tinsel
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A gelding
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Trubute, tax
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{i} money (Yiddish)
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Money. A past tense and a past participle of geld
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    Etymologie

    [ 'geld ] (transitive verb.) 14th century. From Old English gield (“payment, tribute”), from Proto-Germanic *geldan. Related to Dutch geld (“money”), German Geld (“money”), Old Norse gjald (“payment”), Gothic gild (“tribute”). Also related to English yield. Geld is also written gelt or gild, and as such found in wergild.

    Tempora

    gelds, gelding, gelded

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