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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