Gould (pronounced ) is a surname. Its origin is unknown but is sourced to Britain, Ireland and Northern Europe. It is possibly linked to the Normans, Vikings and/or Celts, but more likely Anglo-Saxons. It is a variant of the surname "Gold".
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Famous quotes containing the word gould:
“A separation situation is different for adults than it is for children. When we were very young children, a physical separation was interpreted as a violation of our inalienable rights....As we grew older, the withdrawal of love, whether that meant being misunderstood, mislabeled or slighted, became the separation situation we responded to.”
—Roger Gould (20th century)