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gelée

or ge·lee

[ zhuh-ley ]
/ ʒəˈleɪ /
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noun
a jellied substance, especially a cosmetic gel or a jellied food.
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Origin of gelée

From French; see origin at jelly

Other definitions for gelée (2 of 2)

Gelée
[ zhuh-ley ]
/ ʒəˈleɪ /

noun
Claude [klohd]. /kloʊd/. Lorraine, Claude.
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British Dictionary definitions for gelée

Gelée
/ (French ʒəle) /

noun
Claude (klod). the original name of Claude Lorrain
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