gelded gelded


  • (adj) (of a male animal) having the testicles removed



  1. He was also gelded, a procedure in which a thoroughbred's testicles are surgically removed.
  2. Young race horses are gelded for being too excitable or too unexcitable: they won't train or they won't race.
  3. A standoff now exists between the palace and the country's gelded political parties.



  1. Chapple-Hyam said: "He is still improving and has been much better since we had him gelded," he said. "He is much better with soft ground so I hope he gets in and I do want to run him in the Lincoln." "He went home at the end of last...
    on Mar 20, 2008 By: Peter Chapple-Hyam Source: Liverpool Daily Post

  2. "He has been really relaxed since we gelded him," bin Suroor said. "He was not upset and sweating, as he has sometimes been in the past. I always said he would be a good horse, and we will keep him in training next year. We will probably give...
    on Aug 29, 2004 By: Saeed bin Suroor Source: Virtual Form Guide

  3. "Obviously, it was a mistake that he was gelded in the first place," said Funny Cide co-owner Jon Constance, an optician in Sackets Harbor, New York. "If there's a way to rectify that mistake, why wouldn't we look into it?"
    on May 20, 2005 By: Funny Cide Source: Wired News

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