Gote

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See also: gote, göte, gotë, and Göte

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Etymology[edit]

From Proto-West Germanic *gotō, from Proto-Germanic *gutô. Possibly borrowed through Old English Gota.

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Gote m (weak, genitive Goten, plural Goten, feminine Gotin)

  1. Goth (male or of unspecified gender) (a person belonging to the Gothic people)

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