giclée

(redirected from Glicee)

gi·clée

 (zhē-klā′)
n.
A process for producing high-quality reproductions of images such as paintings or photographs using an inkjet printer.

[French, a squirt, spurt, from feminine past participle of gicler, to squirt, spurt, from Franco-Provençal jicler, gigler; akin to Provençal cisclar, gisclar, to whistle, cry out, rain and blow (of the weather), of unknown origin.]