[kuh n-jeel] /kənˈdʒil/
verb (used with or without object)
to change from a soft or fluid state to a rigid or solid state, as by cooling or freezing:
The fat congealed on the top of the soup.
to curdle; coagulate, as a fluid.
to make or become fixed, as ideas, sentiments, or principles:
Some philosophic systems lost their vitality and congealed.
to change or cause to change from a soft or fluid state to a firm or solid state
to form or cause to form into a coagulated mass; curdle; jell
(intransitive) (of ideas) to take shape or become fixed in form
late 14c., from Old French congeler (14c.) “to freeze, thicken,” from Latin congelare “to cause to freeze, to freeze together,” from com- “together” (see com-) + gelare “to freeze,” from gelu “frost, ice” (see cold (adj.)). Related: Congealed; congealing.
[kon-jee] /ˈkɒn dʒi/ noun 1. . verb (used without object), congeed, congeeing. Obsolete. 2. to take one’s leave. 3. to bow ceremoniously. n. early 14c., from Old French congié “permission, leave of absence, dismissal, ceremonial leave-taking” (Modern French congé), from Latin commeatus “passage, going to and fro,” hence “leave of absence,” from commeare, from com- […]
[kon-juh-ley-shuh n] /ˌkɒn dʒəˈleɪ ʃən/ noun 1. the act or process of ; the state of being . 2. the product of ; a concretion; coagulation. /ˌkɒndʒɪˈleɪʃən/ noun 1. the process of congealing 2. something formed by this process
[kuh n-jel-uh-frak-shuh n] /kənˌdʒɛl əˈfræk ʃən/ noun, Geology. 1. the shattering or splitting of rock or frozen soil due to the action of frost.
[kuh n-jel-i-tur-bey-shuh n] /kənˌdʒɛl ɪ tɜrˈbeɪ ʃən/ noun, Geology. 1. the churning, heaving, and thrusting of soil material due to the action of frost.