Inter: transitiv » e To cover with or as with gold.
1953, Edward Morgan Forster, The Hill of Devi:
: I wore a long dressing gown of palish purple spattered with gold flowers and beneath it a green waistcoat, also begolded, and on my head a fantastic headdress of red and gold; also white trousers; ...
Inter: transitiv » e To make like gold; golden.
1907, John Bonner, George William Curtis, Henry Mills Alden, Harpers weekly'':
: ... as the mellowed north winds tone forth their vestal hymns upon rustling leaf-keys; sunsets that bepurple the azure; sunrises that begold the horizon; moonlights that besilver the river? Who would not have of these?