"Nie widzę tych lodów."
Translation:I do not see this ice cream.
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Yes lody is plural in form and can mean uncountable ice-cream, a portion of ice cream or more portions of ice-cream
There is also colloquial singular form "lód" with different declination than "lód"=ice, but it also has some sexual meaning so some phrases are better to avoid . http://sjp.pwn.pl/slowniki/lody.html
Tych is used in the genitive plural for all genders. The genitive is used with several prepositions, for expressing quantities, for expressing possession, and for the direct object in a negative sentence, where it would normally use the accusative in the positive. The ending '-ych' is also the same as the adjective endings in the plural genitive.
Tych, and the '-ych' ending on adjectives, is also used for the locative plural.