1) A young sow or female pig.
1402 et j gylte hoge cum suis porcellis, Normanton
c.1504 a mayr, a cow, and a gylt pyg, York
1549 a gilte pig best save one, South Milford
1579 Sould to Stephan a gelt and one sowe, Stockeld. Note: 1666 1 broan [brawn], 1 guilt, 1 souw with seaven sucking pidges, Brayton. There may have been confusion occasionally with ‘gelt’ for gelded: 1658 2 maors, 1 follower & 1 guiltnagg, Gateforth.