The gelt is a small tributary joining the Irthing shortly before the latter falls into the Eden.
gelt stags and bucks have hornless heads, like hinds and does.
The best is of male Hogs of two year old, that have been gelt, when they were young.
The Calroza Sisters are sure some lookers and will give you a run for your gelt.
Se e fr on sore lufe ne mg h dwelian, ne forhtian: heo gewissa, and gescylt, and gelt.
Gif he onne eft one deofol anrdlice forlǽt, onne gemt h eft s halgan Gastes gife, e his heortan onliht, and to Criste gelt.
Go on my ways with master mein, with my havresac on mein horse—poor teufel was I—but there was gelt in it.
Und fhrt mit Ihm ein threspendiger Schatz an gelt, den er armen lthen abgelogen hat.
I would he were gelt, and all that hold his opinion: by this good day, they get more souls than they save.
"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.
Money: To let you guys get away with the gelt?
[1529+; fr German and Yiddish, literally ''gold'']