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Gothic may refer to: Contents. [hide]. 1 Germanic people; 2 Medieval culture; 3 Romanticism; 4 Gothic subculture; 5 Gothic music; 6 Typography; 7 Other uses ...

Gothic | Definition of Gothic by Merriam-Webster


Define Gothic: of or relating to a style of writing that describes strange or frightening events that take place in mysterious … — Gothic in a sentence.

Urban Dictionary: Gothic


Gothic. (n.) 1. A word generally used in relation the the macabre or other darker elements. 2. A movement in literature that branched off of the individualist ...

Gothic | Define Gothic at Dictionary.com


Gothic definition, (usually initial capital letter) noting or pertaining to a style of architecture, originating in France in the middle of the 12th century and existing in  ...

Gothic - definition of Gothic by The Free Dictionary


a. Of or relating to the Goths or their language. b. Germanic; Teutonic. 2. Of or relating to the Middle Ages; medieval. 3. a. Of or relating to an architectural style ...

Gothic - definition of Gothic in English | Oxford Dictionaries


English Gothic architecture is divided into Early English, Decorated, and Perpendicular. Example sentences. 'However, Barron's largely uncritical appropriation ...

Introduction to Gothic - the LRC - The University of Texas at Austin


Gothic is the language of the earliest literary documents of the Germanic peoples as a whole. The only linguistic remnants of Germanic peoples which antedate ...

Gothic on GOG.com


Gothic takes some getting used to, I'll admit. The controls are a bit clunky and seem to frustrate first-time players. But once you get past the learning curve, it's a  ...

Gothic - Wiktionary


Reference to the medieval period in Western Europe, and specifically the architecture of that period, also appears in the 1640s, as does reference to " Gothic ...

Gothic 1 on Steam


War has been waged across the kingdom of Myrtana. Orcish hordes invaded human territory and the king of the land needed a lot of ore to forge enough ...