Definition for gilder (2 of 3)
Definition for gilder (3 of 3)
Origin of guilder
Examples from the Web for gilder
"The less reason, then, for her being a thief," Gilder grumbled in his heaviest voice.Within the Law|Marvin Dana
Schwatka could identify the same man with one of those whom Back had seen in the estuary of the river in 1833 (Gilder, p. 78).The Central Eskimo|Franz Boas
The older musicians challenged Gilder to play the music of the old masters.
I took the steps with Mr. Gilder's tom tom of quaint chords and I arrived in the front of the stage and no Walter.
I have concluded to make my way out through the sound, Gilder.Within The Enemy's Lines|Oliver Optic
British Dictionary definitions for gilder (1 of 2)
British Dictionary definitions for gilder (2 of 2)
noun plural -ders, -der, -dens or -den
Word Origin for guilder
Word Origin and History for gilder
Dutch coin, late 15c., probably from a mispronunciation of Middle Dutch gulden, literally "golden," in gulden (florijn) or some similar name for a golden coin (see golden).