gótico

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See also: gotico

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From Latin gothicus (gothic).

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Noun[edit]

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, masculine plural góticos, feminine plural góticas, not comparable)

  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