Common misspellings for gold:
golld, golded, wcould, calad, ggood, toald, shoujld, godd, caould, couldbe, goind, gtood, oogled, skould, coloed, gondi, chold, coulld, sgould, gllad, couldgo, gld, gord, cgood, vcould, golds, pold, geled, sghould, couyld, coldwar, oould, gpood, couuld, culod, xcould, goall, coculd, guwlty, gagliod, cghild, grould, coiuld, gladd, coulde, keloid, glady, kuild, glode, goed, cvould, gosd, told, golie, goood, goud, cpould, cold, cuald, conuld, goddy, oculd, shjould, ghood, girldle, goand, goald, kilduff, couold, wojuld, good, lould, goulf, golle, tiold, tcould, cdould, gearld, goold, ouwld, golod, coald, goodt, goalf, ccould, colde, tould, qorld, colord, yold, glead, gollden, youl'd, dould, gopod, colld, hould, goldem, klled, gooood, goodl, guled, colod, goalt, gorls, coldm, wporld, coulda, coild, cchild, couldm, goodddd, wecould, goldin, ggod, ucould, chjild, godl, couldb, thould, giled, coould, wrold, guood, goole, voild, glaad, clild, gold, golde, gol, goolden, sjould, ehld, yould, qwould, glote, goiod, cihld, icould, gudd, eould, counld, coulddo, kould, coulfd, jolet, gerold, couldd, golft, coul'd, colud, clode, colide, shgould, siold, girlsd, couldy, cauld, ttold, cuold, colard, glod, conld, goaled, thold, clodu, coldt, shojuld, alowd, gopd, cojuld, goodd, nold, cshould, roald, kold, couldf, kaladi, goldy, goly, clody, gole, girld, vorld, golder, couild, wqould, glaldy, ciould, goodi, holld, gols, wrlod, cjild, goldan, coled, clood, goldber, kolb, cfould, goldon, aold, gilead, glorly, vold, goldm, aould, golee, colied, gohhod, goldly, galnd, qould, goaly, golg, clord, galdy, go0d, gowled, goled, gond, fold, theycould, googd, guld, gerlad, giood, killd, colda, goid, wojld, goldne, gald, qolf, goalsd, goldn, coulsd, theold, coldy, coulod, acould, iould, goldwter, golf, coudld, coujld, lold, llold, boold, golped, golria, golved, whocould, qworld, clowd, glodel, voled, golry, acold, coullld, vargawould, wpold, jold, ecould, kiolled, rcould, gppd, vuld, goldf, gooed, cuould, vould, rold, goupd, coulud, genarld, coyld, tolad, ycould, golal, coulkd, growld, oold, coukld, dold, rould, sold, courld, gulde, woukld, siolid, rolld, goodo, coyuld, glald, ggoood, woujld, gload, gilde, wgood, toldd, coold, coulnd, glue'd, coleder, gola, xould, hecould, teold, collid, glsd, ocould, colerd, guol, golr, cxould, golbe, galed, tolda, colid, c0uld, coldl, couldi, gould, galde, goyle, gilado, gellid, geordy, geald, ghould, gigeld, gurdl, glw, glard, goloden, golob, gaood, giuld, holdd, jobd, eold, iold, olld, csolid, w0rld, wlould, wyould, you'ld, golcond a, glld, gpld, g0ld, gokd, golx, golc, vgold, gvold, hgold, ghold, ygold, gyold, tgold, gtold, gkold, gokld, glold, gpold, gopld, g0old, go0ld, g9old, go9ld, golkd, golpd, golsd, golxd, goldx, golcd, goldc, golfd, golrd, goldr, ogld, ggold, goldd, wold, gnld, gohd, gomd, g old, go ld, gol d.
Definition of gold:
- Gold was known from the very earliest times. ( Genesis 2:11 ) It was at first used chiefly for ornaments, etc. ( Genesis 24:22 ) Coined money was not known to the ancients till a comparatively late period; and on the Egyptian tombs gold is represented as being weighed in rings for commercial purposes. Comp. ( Genesis 43:21 ) Gold was extremely abundant in ancient times, ( 1 Chronicles 22:14 ; 2 Chronicles 1:15 ; 9:9 ; Daniel 3:1 ; Nahum 2:9 ) but this did not depreciate its value, because of the enormous quantities consumed by the wealthy in furniture, etc. ( 1 Kings 6:22 ) 10 passim ; ( Esther 1:6 ; Song of Solomon 3:9 Song of Solomon 3:10 ; Jeremiah 10:9 ) The chief countries mentioned as producing gold are Arabia, Sheba and Ophir. ( 1 Kings 9:28 ; 10:1 ; Job 28:16 )
- Heb. zahab, so called from its yellow colour ( Exodus 25:11 ; 1 Chronicles 28:18 ; 2 Chr 3:5 ).
- Heb. segor, from its compactness, or as being enclosed or treasured up; thus precious or " fine gold" ( 1 Kings 6:20 ; 7:49 ).
- Heb. paz, native or pure gold ( Job 28:17 ; Psalms 19:10 ; 21:3 , etc.).
- Heb. betzer, " ore of gold or silver" as dug out of the mine ( Job 36:19 , where it means simply riches).
- Heb. kethem, i.e., something concealed or separated ( Job 28:16 Job 28:19 ; Psalms 45:9 ; Proverbs 25:12 ). Rendered " golden wedge" in Isaiah 13:12 .
- Heb. haruts, i.e., dug out; poetic for gold ( Proverbs 8:10 ; 16:16 ; Zechariah 9:3 ). Gold was known from the earliest times ( Genesis 2:11 ). It was principally used for ornaments ( Genesis 24:22 ). It was very abundant ( 1 Chronicles 22:14 ; Nahum 2:9 ; Daniel 3:1 ). Many tons of it were used in connection with the temple ( 2 Chronicles 1:15 ). It was found in Arabia, Sheba, and Ophir ( 1 Kings 9:28 ; 10:1 ; Job 28:16 ), but not in Palestine. In Daniel 2:38 , the Babylonian Empire is spoken of as a " head of gold" because of its great riches; and Babylon was called by ( Isaiah 14:4 ) the " golden city" ( RSV marg., " exactress," adopting the reading marhebah , instead of the usual word madhebah ). These dictionary topics are fromM.G. Easton M.A., D.D., Illustrated Bible Dictionary, Third Edition,published by Thomas Nelson, 1897. Public Domain, copy freely.[ N] indicates this entry was also found in Nave's Topical Bible[T] indicates this entry was also found in Torrey's Topical Textbook[S] indicates this entry was also found in Smith's Bible DictionaryBibliography InformationEaston, Matthew George. " Entry for Gold". " Easton's Bible Dictionary". .
- A commodity traded on the spot and futures market, this is a well-known precious metal. Gold is sold by market contract. 100 troy ounces is a unit of gold in a contract on NYMEX. Each market tick in price is $. 10 per troy ounce; $ 10 per contract. If gold's spot price reaches over $ 75 per troy ounce higher or lower than the previous day's closing price, the exchange will call a halt to trading. Although there are exception to this rule, this change is $ 7500 per contract swings. During the final 20 minutes of the trading day, maximum daily price fluctuations are lifted . ( Trading Symbol GC). Refer to Minimum Price Movement.
- Money; riches; wealth.
- A yellow color, like that of the metal; as, a flower tipped with gold.
- Figuratively, something precious or pure; as, hearts of gold.
- a soft yellow malleable ductile ( trivalent and univalent) metallic element; occurs mainly as nuggets in rocks and alluvial deposits; does not react with most chemicals but is attacked by chlorine and aqua regia
- coins made of gold
- something likened to the metal in brightness or preciousness or superiority etc.; " the child was as good as gold"; " she has a heart of gold"
- A metallic element, constituting the most precious metal used as a common commercial medium of exchange. It has a characteristic yellow color, is one of the heaviest substances known ( specific gravity 19. 32), is soft, and very malleable and ductile. It is quite unalterable by heat, moisture, and most corrosive agents, and therefore well suited for its use in coin and jewelry. Symbol Au ( Aurum). Atomic weight 196. 7.
- A yellow metallic element with the atomic symbol Au, atomic number 79, and atomic weight 197. It is used in jewelry, goldplating of other metals, as currency, and in dental restoration. Many of its clinical applications are in the form of its salts.
- A precious metallic element of a bright yellow color when pure, very heavy, soft, malleable, and ductile, used for coinage and jewelry; money; wealth; precious or pure quality.
- The metallic element, aurum.
- One of the precious metals much used for coin: money, riches: yellow, gold color.
- A yellow, precious metal; money.
- A precious metal of a yellow color, very heavy, ductile, and malleable; money made of this metal; hence, wealth.
- A precious metal of a yellow colour, the most valuable, ductile, malleable, and heaviest, except platina, of all the metals; money; riches; wealth; something genuine and of value; a bright yellow colour.
- One of the precious metals, of a bright yellow colour; money; riches; wealth.
- having the deep slightly brownish color of gold; " long aureate ( or golden) hair"; " a gold carpet"
- made from or covered with gold; " gold coins"; " the gold dome of the Capitol"; " the golden calf"; " gilded icons"