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Definition funny of Gelves:
a word that can be used in place of any word that you can ever think of, usually this would be a curse or bad word. Used to create funny sentences.
"You are a flipping gelf" " I heard you gelfed that girl last night" "OMG i just gelfed in my pants" "My girlfriend dumped me, what a gelf"
Genetically Engineered Life Form. Gelfs are all that remain of humanity after we render ourselves extinct in the far future, but we leave cultures of mix-matched animals on terraformed planets. Created by Rob Grant and Doug Naylor in the TV show and books of Red Dwarf.
Lister: We've got to shake it. What's over there? Kryten: Gelf Space. Lister: It'll never follow us in there. Rimmer: No because Glefs are untrustworthy dangerous savages, it would be insane.
a mythical elven creature which follows you around and is essentially a part of you
sometimes I just want to kill my gelf I love to play with my gelf
Guy Everybody Likes Friend. Commonly used by drunken party-goers on the London Underground.
Books about Gelves:
El divino Herrera y la condesa de Gelves (Spanish Edition) by Francisco Rodríguez Marín (Jan 1, 1911)
Estudios históricos del reinado de Felipe II: el desastre de los Gelves (1560-1561) Antonio Pérez en Inglaterra... by Cesáreo Fernández Duro (Jan 1, 1890)
Estudios Históricos Del Reinado De Felipe Ii.: El Desastre De Los Gelves (1560-1561) Antonio Pérez En Inglaterra... by Cesáreo Fernández Duro (Sep 25, 2011)
Estudios Historicos Del Reinado De Felipe II: El Desastre De Los Gelves, 1560-1561 (1890) (Spanish Edition) by Cesareo Fernandez Duro (Sep 10, 2010)
Miscelánea de Andalucía (Índice: Alonso Álvarez de Soria, Juan del Pueblo, El divino Herrera y la condesa de Gelves... (Jan 1, 1999)
Miscelánea de Andalucía (Índice: Alonso Álvarez de Soria, Juan del Pueblo, El divino Herrera y la condesa de Gelves... (Jan 1, 1927)
El Guerrero del Antifaz color numero 063: Rumbo a los Gelves (numerado 1 en trasera) by Manuel Gago (1970)
Wiki information Gelves:
Gelves is a city located in the province of Seville, in Andalusia, Spain. According to the 2006 census, the city has a population of 8,325 inhabitants. It lies on the west bank of the Guadalquivir river. The city of Gelves is not to be confused with...
Don Diego Carrillo de Mendoza y Pimentel, 1st Marquis of Gélves was a Spanish cavalry general, viceroy of Aragon, and viceroy of New Spain. He held the latter position from September 21, 1621 to January 15, 1624 or November 1, 1624.