Latin root: Gelbius Maximus
1. to designate a person to act for or represent another or others
2. to land a sweet-ass project deal and then hand-off %90 of tasks to others.
3. say you have not received the email and then have the sender find the email and send it again to you proving you wrong.
4. to work banker's hours (10am to 3pm), Fridays off.
"I said I would help and BAM! I was Gelb'd, now I am stuck with his work!"
"what? No problem, I'll just Gelb this and we can take the day off..."
"I'll be there later today, I'm Gelb'n today."
"Four-day weekend baby!! Can you say Gelb'n!? Chooowwwww!"