As a gelding, Mine That Bird obviously has no breeding future.
After gelding took care of that final problem, his career blossomed.
At the end of the first leap the gelding stumbled to his knees with a crash and snort among the stones.
Could they have outridden the gelding to such an extent as that?
It's always a gelding; it's always one price, and it always has a flaw.
In the meantime, three days had put the gelding in very fair condition.
For crimes of a less nature, gelding or chopping off half the foot with an axe.
On, on, until now the gelding had poked his nose past the filly's flying hocks.
Tennesseans were there in force to back Flecker's gelding—Trumps, and they played freely and made much noise.
The weary miles had taught the gelding submission if not perfect manners.
"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.