An obsolete or dialectal variant of gold. Specifically The corn-marigold: same as gold, 6.(noun)
The Century Dictionary (Public Domain)
Use "goold" in a sentence
"If ever a girl deserved it, 'choked, and flourished her white handkerchief; Frampton saluted like my Lord and Louis XIV. rolled into one; and Warren and Gervas privately agreed that they did not know what was coming of the world, since Marksedge poachers had only to go to foreign parts to be coined goold in the silver mines."
"We hardly knew what Lloyd George was saying, but the words "goold" and Klotz were repeated, and each time with exaggerated contempt."
"Unfortunately, the D establishment continues to fetishize the goold old pre-civil rights days."