Origin of gelatin
Examples from the Web for gelatine
Historical Examples of gelatine
How is gelatine prepared when it is to be used for desserts?
Add the gelatine, which by this time should be commencing to solidify.
Add the sugar; stir over the fire until the gelatine is dissolved.
Melt the gelatine; add to it the sherry, lemon juice, and flavouring.
While the apples are cooking, soak the gelatine in the cream.
Word Origin for gelatine
1713, from French gélatine (17c.) "clear jelly-like substance, fish broth," from Italian gelatina, from gelata "jelly," from gelare "to jell," from Latin gelare "to freeze" (see cold (adj.)), + chemical suffix -ine (2). Spelling without the final -e is from 1800. "The form without final -e is in scientific (or pseudo-scientific) use only ..." [Fowler].