His orange-colored, long-haired Dandy won first prizes at the Boston shows of 1896 and 1897 in the gelded class.
"Some of you maverick psis scream like a gelded porker," he said.
Stigand held it in King Edwards day and it gelded for 54 hides and 21⁄2 virgates.
Tantone then is valued as a whole and it has gelded as a whole.
Outside York were some lands which gelded with the city; et in tribus operibus Regis cum civibus erant.
He gelded the boy Sporus, and endeavoured to transform him into a woman.
This is as apparent in cattle as in eunuchs or gelded horses.
Hath no man stolen her ducks or hens, or gelded Gib, her cat?Diccon.
The weak and the faulty have been gelded and sent from the Garden or else killed.
Rouquin clipped dogs and gelded cats; he also frequented the inns.
"royal tax in medieval England," Old English gield "payment, tribute," from Proto-Germanic *geldam "payment" (cf. Middle High German gelt "payment, contribution," German geld "money," Old Norse gjald "payment," Gothic gild "tribute, tax"), from PIE root of yield (v.).
"to castrate," c.1300, from Old Norse gelda "castrate" from geldr "barren," from Proto-Germanic *galdu-, from PIE *ghel- "to cut." Related: Gelded. Cf. Old Norse geldr "yielding no milk, dry," Old High German galt "barren," said of a cow.