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Gothic means "related to the Goths."

Gothic or Goth may also refer to:

Germanic persons

* Goths, the ethnonym of a group of East Germanic tribes
**Gothic language, an extinct East Germanic language, spoken by the Goths
**Crimean Gothic, Gothic language spoken by the Crimean Goths
**Gothic alphabet, one of the alphabets used to write the Gothic language

Late Medieval art

In the Late Middle Ages, "Germanic" (as opposed to "Romance")
*Gothic art, a Medieval art movement
**Gothic architecture
**Blackletter (''Gothic script''), a script developed in the Middle Ages


*Gothic fiction (or Gothic Romanticism) a British literary genre from the late 18th and early 19th century, with a Victorian revival a hundred years later.
*Gothic Revival architecture

Goth subculture

*Goth subculture
*Gothic rock, a type of rock music, sometimes with rather gloomy overtones.
*Gothic fashion
*Neo-Gothic Surrealism


* Outside the USA it refers to Blackletter
* In the USA, "Gothic" is another name for sans-serif typefaces
* URW Gothic, a sans-serif typeface


*Gothic metal
*Gothic (moth), a species of nocturne moth named after its patterns reminiscent of Gothic architecture
*Gothic Line, World War II defensive line
*Gothics, one of the Adirondack High Peaks in New York.
*''Gothic'' (film), Ken Russell film.
*Gothic F.C., a football club based in Norwich, England
*''Gothic'' (video game) developed by Piranha Bytes followed by two sequels ''Gothic II'' and ''Gothic 3''
*SS ''Gothic'' (1893), to be found on the list of White Star Line ships
*SS ''Gothic'', a Corinthic-class passenger and cargo liner, used as a royal yacht by Queen Elizabeth II of the United Kingdom in the 1950s
* New Gothic Art

Source: Wikipedia