Gold (ゴールド) and Golden have several referrals.
- For the male player character of Generation II and IV, see Ethan (game).
- For the character of the day in An Epic Defense Force!, see Mr. Gold.
- For the leader of Cipher in Pokémon XD, which is known as Deathgold in Japanese, see Greevil.
- For valuable gold items, see Nugget, Big Nugget, Relic Gold, and Gold Leaf.
- For the item related to Hyper Training, a more valuable version of the Bottle Cap, see Gold Bottle Cap.
- For the type of Berry found in Generation II games, see Gold Berry.
- For the Gummi preferred by Psychic types in the Pokémon Mystery Dungeon series, see Gold Gummi.
- For Baoba's teeth introduced as a Key Item in Generation I, see Gold Teeth.
- For the Golden variants of some Berries, see Golden Razz Berry, Golden Nanab Berry, and Golden Pinap Berry.
- For Sabrina's Badge, which is known as Gold Badge in Japanese, see Marsh Badge.
- For the various Symbols which have Silver and Gold versions, awarded in the Generation III Battle Frontier, see Symbol.
- For the various prints which have Silver and Gold versions, awarded in the Generation IV Battle Frontier, see commemorative print.
- For the strongest version of Repel, which is known as Gold Spray in Japanese, see Max Repel.
- For the strongest version of Lure, which is known as Gold Cologne in Japanese, see Max Lure.
- For the area in Pokémon Rumble World, see Gold Plateau.
- For the shop run by Cofagrigus in Pokémon Mystery Dungeon: Gates to Infinity and Pokémon Super Mystery Dungeon, see Glorious Gold.
- For the dungeon in Pokémon Super Mystery Dungeon, see Golden Suite.
- For the anime-exclusive island in the Orange Archipelago, see Golden Island.