- n. Plural form of Goth.
“I wonder who the equivalent of the Goths is going to be?”
“And they consistently pull me out of the comic and into scornful mode, which, in a comic about Teeny Goths, is not a good place to be.”
“For their part, the baptized Goths, who by now were not few, drew together and spoke of letting the Lord God of Hosts decide the outcome.”
“Allusion has been made in the last paragraph to the religious differences which divided the Goths from the Italians.”
“The king of the Goths is slain; their princes are fled before you, the army is routed, the nation is astonished.”
“So memorable was the part which they acted in the subversion of the Western empire, that the name of Goths is frequently but improperly used as a general appellation ef rude and warlike barbarism.”
“On the faith of ancient songs, the uncertain, but the only memorials of barbarians, they deduced the first origin of the Goths from the vast island, or peninsula, of Scandinavia.”
“Goths is almost certain from the affinity of their language to the”
“The identity of the Getae and Goths is by no means generally admitted.”
“19 In this interval, therefore, of about seventy years, we must place the second migration of about seventy years, we must place the second migration of the Goths from the Baltic to the Euxine; but the cause that produced it lies concealed among the various motives which actuate the conduct of unsettled barbarians.”
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