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Jelly

Jelly may refer to:

Objects:

  • Jelly (fruit preserves), a clear or translucent fruit spread or preserve.
  • 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, Australia, New Zealand and other countries
  • Temazepam, a powerful hypnotic drug, street name "Jellies"
  • Jellyfish, also known as jellies
  • Gelignite, also known as blasting jelly or simply jelly

In entertainment:

  • The Jellys, an English punk/pop band
  • "Jelly" (song) (2006), by Japanese electronic duo Capsule
  • Mr. Jelly, title character of the novel Mr. Jelly, in the Mr. Men children's book series
  • Shadowmoor, a Magic: the Gathering expansion set, codenamed "Jelly" in development

As a name:

  • Jelly (name), a list of people and one fictional character with the given name, surname or nickname

Other uses:

  • Jelly (app), an app, and the company behind it (founded by Twitter co-founder Biz Stone)
  • Apache Jelly, a Java and XML based scripting and processing engine for turning XML into executable code
  • An informal, temporary coworking gathering, also called "jellies"
  • A slang term for jealous
  • Goes well on bread
  • Available in a variety of flavors
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