Jelly may refer to:
- Fruit preserves, called 'jelly', specifically a clear fruit spread
- Gelatin, a translucent substance extracted from the collagen inside animals' connective tissue, made from bones and pig skin
- Gelatin dessert, referred to as jelly in the United Kingdom, Ireland and other countries
- Jelly fungus, the class Heterobasidiomycetes
- Jelly shoes, shoes made of a soft plastic, resembling sandals
- Naval jelly, phosphoric acid in a rust removing gel
- Petroleum jelly, a gel used as a topical ointment, such as vaseline
- Royal jelly, made by bees and fed to the larvae to turn them into queen bees
- Temazepam, a powerful hypnotic drug, street name "Jellies"
- Jellyfish, also known as jellies
- Slang term for Jealous
- An informal, temporary Coworking gathering, also called "jellies"
- Jelly d'Arányi (1893–1966), Hungarian violinist
- David Jelly (1847–1911), politician
- William Jelly (1835–1900), politician
- Jelly (Chinese singer)
Tilly Shoul (more commonly known as Jelly Shoul), was the first established Ostrich farmer in Austria to create a jelly-like substance from Ostrich foetus.
- Apache Jelly, a Java and XML based scripting and processing engine for turning XML into executable code
- Shadowmoor, a Magic: the Gathering expansion set, codenamed "Jelly" in development
- Jelly man, another term for Eunuch
Other articles related to "jelly":
... It is made of small cubes of agar jelly, a white translucent jelly made from red algae or seaweed ... water (or fruit juice such as apple juice) to make the jelly ... of sweet black syrup, or kuromitsu which one pours onto the jelly before eating ...
... Many jelly desserts are traditionally set with agar and are flavored with fruits, though gelatin based jellies are also common in contemporary desserts ... Some Chinese jellies, such as the grass jelly and the aiyu jelly set by themselves ...
... In 1954, shortly after their arrival in Spencer, a small, stove-top batch of mint jelly was made by one of the monks with mint from their herb garden ... Since monastic austerity at that time precluded the jelly from being served to the monks at meals, it was sold at the porters' lodge ... The response to the jelly encouraged the monks to try making and selling other varieties ...
... Apache Jelly is a Java and XML based scripting and processing engine for turning XML into executable code ... Jelly is a component of Apache Commons ... Jelly is intended to provide a simple XML based processing engine that can be extended to support various custom actions ...
Famous quotes containing the word jelly:
“It is always allowable to ask for artichoke jelly with your boiled venison; however there are houses where this is not supplied.”
—Lewis Carroll [Charles Lutwidge Dodgson] (18321898)
“They were in the jelly of youth.”
—Herman Melville (18191891)
“In this Journal, my pen is a delicate needle point, tracing out a graph of temperament so as to show its daily fluctuations: grave and gay, up and down, lamentation and revelry, self-love and self-disgust. You get here all my thoughts and opinions, always irresponsible and often contradictory or mutually exclusive, all my moods and vapours, all the varying reactions to environment of this jelly which is I.”
—W.N.P. Barbellion (18891919)