golconda golconda  /ɡɑl ˈkɑn də/


  • (n) a source of great wealth (especially a mine)



  • As John Brooks wrote in his book "Once in Golconda," the Corner was in the early 20th century "the precise center, geographical as well as metaphorical, of financial America and even of the financial world."
    on Oct 12, 2007 By: John Brooks Source: New York Times

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