noun ge·la·to \je-ˈlä-(ˌ)tō\
plural ge·la·ti\-tē\ also ge·la·tos

Definition of GELATO

:  a soft rich ice cream containing little or no air

Origin of GELATO

Italian, literally, frozen
First Known Use: 1929

Rhymes with GELATO


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