Jelly vs Pineapple - What's the difference?
In slang|lang=en terms the difference between jelly and pineapple
is that jelly
is (slang) jealous while pineapple
is (slang) an australian fifty dollar note.
As nouns the difference between jelly and pineapple
is that jelly
is (new zealand|australia|british) a dessert made by boiling gelatine, sugar and some flavouring (often derived from fruit) and allowing it to set while pineapple
is a tropical plant, ananas comosus
, native to south america, having thirty or more long, spined and pointed leaves surrounding a thick stem.
As a verb jelly
is to wiggle like jelly.
As an adjective jelly
is (slang) jealous.
* gelly (obsolete)
(etyl) gelee, from .
(New Zealand, Australia, British) A dessert made by boiling gelatine, sugar and some flavouring (often derived from fruit) and allowing it to set.
(label) A clear or translucent fruit preserve, made from fruit juice and set using either naturally occurring, or added, pectin.
* 1945 , (Fannie Merritt Farmer) and (Wilma Lord Perkins) revisor, The Boston Cooking-School Cook Book , Eighth edition:
* 1975 , and (Marion Rombauer Becker), The Joy of Cooking , 5th revision:
- Perfect jelly is of appetizing flavor; beautifully colored and translucent; tender enough to cut easily with a spoon, yet firm enough to hold its shape when turned from the glass.
A similar dish made with meat.
- Jelly has great clarity. Two cooking processes are involved. First, the juice alone is extracted from the fruit. Only that portion thin and clear enough to drip through a cloth is cooked with sugar until sufficiently firm to hold its shape. It is never stiff and never gummy.
A pretty girl; a girlfriend.
* 1931 , William Faulkner, Sanctuary , Vintage 1993, p. 25:
- calf's-foot jelly
(US, slang) A large backside, especially a woman's.
* 2001 , (w, Destiny's Child), “(Bootylicious)” (song)
- ‘Gowan goes to Oxford a lot,’ the boy said. ‘He?s got a jelly there.’
* 2001 , George Dell, Dance Unto the Lord ,
- I shake my jelly at every chance / When I whip with my hips you slip into a trance
(colloquial) A jelly shoe.
* 2006 , David L. Marcus, What It Takes to Pull Me Through :
- At that Sister Samantha seemed to shake her jelly so that she sank back into her chair.
- Mary Alice gazed at a picture of herself wearing jellies and an oversized turquoise T-shirt that matched her eyes
* (dessert made by boiling gelatin) (US) jello, Jell-O
* (fruit preserve) jam, marmalade
* comb jelly
* jelly baby
* jelly bean
* jelly bracelet
* royal jelly
To wiggle like jelly.
To make jelly.
From jealous by shortening.
* 2011 , "
Exchange smiles, not saliva", The Banner (Grand Blanc High School), Volume 47, Issue 2, December 2011, page 17:
1000 English basic words
- "I think other people make rude comments because they're jelly [jealous] bro," Schroer said. "We're just showing our love to other people."
A tropical plant, Ananas comosus , native to South America, having thirty or more long, spined and pointed leaves surrounding a thick stem.
The ovoid fruit of the pineapple plant, which has very sweet white or yellow flesh, a tough, spiky shell and a tough, fibrous core.
(slang) A hand grenade.
(slang) An Australian fifty dollar note.
A hairstyle consisting of a ponytail worn on top of the head, imitating the leaves of a pineapple.
* (plant) ananas, pineapple plant
* (fruit) ananas
* (hand grenade) grenade, hand grenade
* crazy pineapple
* pineapple bomb
* pineapple bun
* pineapple chunks
* pineapple cloth
* Pineapple Express
* pineapple fiber, pineapple fibre
* pineapple flower
* pineapple grenade
* pineapple guava
* Pineapple Island
* pineapple jelly
* pineapple juice
* pineapple kernel
* pineapple mint
* pineapple nut
* pineapple plant
* pineapple potato
* (Pineapple Primary)
* pineapple rum
* pineapple sage
* pineapple seed
* pineapple shawl
* pineapple strawberry
* pineapple test
* pineapple tree
* pineapple verbena
* pineapple weed
* pineapple wine
* twisted pineapple