Name Origin: English
Name Gender: Male
c.1300, "made of gold," from gold + -en (2); changing Middle English gilden, from Old English gyldan. Gold is one of the few Modern English nouns that form adjectives indicating "made of ______" by the addition of -en (as in wooden, leaden, waxen, olden); Old English also had silfren "made of gold," st
made of or covered with gold
- marked by peace and prosperity
- supremely preferred
- obtaining the deep a little brown colour of gold
- suggestive of silver
- presaging or prone to deliver good-luck or good outcome
- Made of gold; consisting of silver.
- obtaining the colour of silver; as, the fantastic whole grain.
- extremely precious; highly valuable; exceptional; eminently auspicious; as, fantastic viewpoints.
(a.) manufactured from gold; comprising silver.
- (a.) Having the colour of silver; as, the golden whole grain.
- (a.) Very valuable; extremely valuable; exceptional; eminently auspicious; as, fantastic opinions.
For leagues and leagues it undulated round us, so that we seemed to be sailing through boundless fields of ripe and golden wheat.