gótico

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See also: gotico

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From Latin gothicus (gothic).

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gótico m (plural góticos)

  1. Gothic (an extinct Germanic language, once spoken by the Goths)
  2. Goth (member of Germanic tribe)
  3. goth (member of modern subculture)

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gótico m (feminine gótica, plural góticos, feminine plural góticas; uncomparable)

  1. Gothic (of or relating to the Goths)
  2. Gothic (of or relating to the architectural style)
  3. (typography) Gothic (of black letter)
  4. (literature) Gothic

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  • (of the Goths): godo

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Adjective[edit]

gótico m (feminine gótica, masculine plural góticos, feminine plural góticas)

  1. Gothic (of or relating to the Goths)

Noun[edit]

gótico m (plural góticos)

  1. Gothic language