• Definition for "geld"
  • Sentence for "geld"
    • That's gelt, Yiddish for dinero, not…
    • View More
  • Etymologically Related for "geld"

geld definition

  • verb-transitive:
    • To castrate (a horse, like).
    • To rob of strength or vigor; weaken.
    • To castrate; to emasculate.
    • To rob of something important.
    • To rob of any such thing exceptionable; ; to expurgate.
    • To castrate (a horse, like).
    • To rob of strength or vitality; weaken.
    • To castrate; to emasculate.
    • To rob of anything essential.
    • To deprive of something exceptionable; ; to expurgate.
  • noun:
    • A tax paid toward crown by English landholders under Anglo-Saxon and Norman leaders.
    • Money; particularly:
    • Money; tribute; compensation; ransom.
    • A payment, tax, tribute, or fine: in modern-day records and law-books in mention of the Anglo-Saxon duration, mainly in structure, as with Danegeld, wergeld or wergild, etc.
    • A tax paid to the top by English landholders under Anglo-Saxon and Norman kings.
    • cash; particularly:
    • Money; tribute; compensation; ransom.
    • A payment, tax, tribute, or good: in modern-day histories and law-books in reference to the Anglo-Saxon period, chiefly in composition, such as Danegeld, wergeld or wergild, etc.
  • verb:
    • To castrate a male (usually an animal).
    • cut-off the testicles (of male pets such as ponies)
    • To castrate a male (usually an animal).
    • stop the testicles (of male creatures eg ponies)
  • others:
    • To castrate; emasculate: made use of specifically of emasculating creatures for economic reasons.
    • Hence To rob of any such thing essential.
    • To expurgate, as a novel or other writing.
    • In apiculture, to cut-out old combs from (a hive) in order for brand-new ones may be built.
    • Gelded; castrated; rendered impotent.
    • Barren; sterile.
    • maybe not with youthful: since, a geld cow; a geld ewe.
    • Poor; needy.
    • To castrate; emasculate: used especially of emasculating animals for economic purposes.
    • therefore To rob of something essential.
    • To expurgate, as a novel or any other writing.
    • In apiculture, to cut right out old combs from (a hive) in order that brand-new ones can be built.
    • Gelded; castrated; rendered impotent.
    • Barren; sterile.
    • maybe not with young: as, a geld cow; a geld ewe.
    • Poor; needy.
476 votes

How would you define geld?

All the definitions on AZdictionary were written by people just like you. Now's your chance to add your own!