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gould (not comparable)

  1. Obsolete form of gold.


gould (uncountable)

  1. Obsolete form of gold.
    • 1649, John Caley quoted in Archaeologia, Volume X., page #405:
      [] one other roome called the lower parler, this roome intended for hangings, part of the walls are waynſcotted with oake, adorned with ſtarres and croſs patees of gould, the feeling thereof is a quadrat arch, in the middle whereof hangs one piñacle perpendicular, garniſhed in every angle with coates of armes, well wrought and richly guilt, the floor is of deale boardes, a handſome chymny peece, in the midle whereof is a well wrought coate of arms ; []