This is a French term (pronounced ZHEE-CLAY) meaning "to spray", describing fine art
prints produced by digital spray techniques.

Reproductions produced with this technique are considered to be more closely matching
the original art, and may be printed on more textured surfaces such as watercolor paper or
the artist's canvas.

Since this superior printing process is over 30 times the cost of offset lithography and the
edition size is so small, these prints usually sell at a higher price than regular lithographs.