|containing gold, yielding gold||auriferous|
|(Botany) plant of the genus mentha (genus of fragrant herbs including peppermint, spearmint, and horsemint, etc.); hard or soft mint-flavored candy; factory where money is produced; gold mine (Slang), in perfect condition, invent, make coins, print mon...||mint|
|(Botany) variety of Mexican agave plant cultivated for its strong fiber; fiber from the Mexican agave plant (used to make rope and carpets), fiber from sisal, plant yielding fibers, sisal hemp||sisal|
|(French) farinaceous; resembling or yielding flour; (Biology) covered with mealy powder or dust, floury in appearance, yielding starch||farinose|
|50th, colored like gold, excellent, favored, having the color of gold; of gold; precious; full of potential, opportune, idyllic, made of gold||golden|
|a small round piece of food, lump of precious metal, small precious thing, small solid mass (usually of gold); compact unit (i.e. of information); (Slang) fool, idiot; amphetamine (Slang)||nugget|
|a trademark for the golden statuette awarded annually by the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences to people in the film industry for achievement in the making of movies, code word for letter "O", gold statue awarded by the Academy of Motion Pict...||Oscar|
|abandon rights to something, abandonment of legal rights, capitulation, submission, yielding, relinquishing, delivery into legal custody, give self up to something, give something out of courtesy, give something up, give up possession of something, giv...||surrender|
|accepting something without protest, submissive, acquiescent, yielding||resigned|
|acquiescent, yielding, obliging, submissive, obedient, conforming to requirements, ready to conform||compliant|
|act of searching for valuable materials (such as gold, oil, etc.); exploration of an area for the purpose of finding valuable materials||prospection|
|admirable, British currency, British currency; standard of fineness for silver or gold (Britain); sterling silver; objects made of sterling silver; sterling silver flatware, British standard for coin metal purity, of or made of sterling silver; flawles...||sterling|
|adventurer, one who goes on dangerous quests; one who emigrated to California (USA) in search of gold||argonaut|
|advocate of the gold standard||gold bug|
|alloy of silver and gold||electrum|
|alloy resembling gold in appearance, tin disulfide||mosaic gold|
|American tree yielding reddish resin||gumbo-limbo|
|An increase in the foreign exchange value of a currency that is pegged to other currencies or gold.||Revaluation|
|Analysts who recommends gold as an investment/hedge.||Goldbug|
|any of a number of different European coins, Florentine coin, gold or silver coin, old British coin||florin|
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