|How Do You Say "gelato, gelati"?||
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|What is "gelato, gelati"?||
‘Gelato, gelati’ *(m) is Italian for ‘ice-cream,s’. Gelato is an Italian frozen treat, similar, but not identical to ice-cream. The name ‘gelato’ comes from the verb ‘gelare’, which means ‘to freeze’:
Other Italian frozen sweet treats include:
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