Why do we say old is gold?
Gold is precious, and old things are often valuable. It also meansthat old things or customs have stood the test of time so theyshould be reliable.
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Answer . I would think that it refers to silver being a precious metal, but that gold has more value as a precious metal. . silver is the 25th anniversary symbol gold is the… 50th anniversary symbol . They both are very precious, but the long term friend has stood the test of time.
200000000000 milion thousand bilions years old
something someone doesn't ware or use any more
I think it would be vÃ¡ para o ouro , or corra atrÃ¡s do ouro no its VA a la escuela or vamos a la playa.
The gold molecules slam into each other and fuse, but only when they are VERY hot(30000 Kelvin)
Gold is guld in Swedish.
Gold is "kin iro" and one way of saying fire is "kaji." "Gold fire" could be stated as "kin iro no kaji."
Cyrillic: Ð· Ð¾ Ð»Ð¾ÑÐ¾ - noun; Ð·Ð¾Ð»Ð¾Ñ Ð¾ Ð¹, Ð·Ð¾Ð»Ð¾Ñ Ð° Ñ, Ð·Ð¾Ð»Ð¾Ñ Ð¾ Ðµ, Ð·Ð¾Ð»Ð¾Ñ Ñ Ðµ - a…djectives (masc, fem, neut, pl.); phonetic spelling: ZOHlahtuh.
In the gold rush days of the United States, they would commonlyyell "EUREKA", then ride a horse to town to celebrate. Their claimwould then be jumped and a fight would ensue, …generally ending inthe death of the poor miner.
"Old is gold" is a proverb that reminds us that old things are valuable, or that old items MAY be very valuable. As opposed to always choosing he newest fad. "Old is gold"… also suggests that older people are likely to be more reliable than younger people. You can depend on old people; they are slow to anger and quick to reason. Some old, but still gold examples: Old friends; old ideas that have been used before; old ways of doing things; the "good old days"; experienced people; knowledge; education; established & settled citizens; someone who has been through a particular crisis before. This proverb seems to have gained a lot of currency in colonial India [present-day India and Pakistan].