A gilt statue.
- Gilt is defined as something covered in gold.
An example of gilt is a picture frame covered with gold leaf.
- The definition of a gilt is a young female pig.
An example of a gilt is a girl piglet.
- Gilt, also spelled gild, means to cover something with a layer of gold or gold color.
An example of gilt is painting a statue with 14K gold.
Origin of giltMiddle English gilte from Old Norse gyltr: for Indo-European base see geld
- Covered with gold or gilt.
- Resembling gold, as in color or luster.
- A thin layer of gold or a paint containing or simulating gold that is applied in gilding.
- Superficial brilliance or gloss.
- Slang Money.
Origin of giltMiddle English young sow from Old Norse gyltr
(usually uncountable, plural gilts)
(comparative more gilt, superlative most gilt)
- Golden coloured.
- A young female pig, at or nearing the age of first breeding.
- simple past tense and past participle of gild
- The smaller.specimens are quite plain, but the larger ones are gilt and generally of a highly ornamental character.
- - Dalmatic Of White Sa i i L:Al B.Uidered \ IT1 t Coloured Silks And Sill i _R-Gilt And Silver Thread.
- Then take two suspended gilt pith balls and touch them (a) both against one tray; they will be found to repel each other; (b) touch one against one tray and the other against the other tray, and they will be found to attract each other.
- The tomb was opened in 1 774, and on the king's head was found an imitation crown of tin or latten gilt, with trefoils rising from its upper edge.
- In height, built in the form of a cone, with a small cupola, on the top of which is a gilt ball and spire, and contains the shrine of Badrinath, dedicated to an incarnation of Vishnu.