King James Dictionary
1. A precious metal of a bright yellow color, and the most ductile and malleable of all the metals. It is the heaviest metal except platina and being a very dense, fixed substance, and not liable to be injured by air, it is well fitted to be used as coin, or a representative of commodities in commerce. Its ductility and malleability render it the most suitable metal for gilding. It is often found native in solid masses, as in Hungary and Peru though generally in combination with silver, copper or iron.
For me, the gold of France did not seduce--
3. Something pleasing or valuable as a heart of gold.
4. A bright yellow color as a flower edged with gold.
5. Riches wealth.
Gold of pleasure, a plant of the genus Myagrum.
GOLD, a. Made of gold consisting of gold as a gold chain.
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