Is the word jello a proprietary name?
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consists of tough questions about the nuances of the English language.
A proprietary name is a trademarked name.
The word jello is not trademarked but it does
derive from Jell-O, a trademark for powdered
gelatin, which was registered in 1934 by The Jell-o
Company of Canada, Ltd.(Montreal).
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