Gothic & lolita

Gothic may refer to:

Germanic people

  • Goths or Gothic people, the ethnonym of a group of East Germanic tribes
    • Gothic language, an extinct East Germanic language, spoken by the Goths
    • Crimean Gothic, the Gothic language spoken by the Crimean Goths
    • Gothic alphabet, one of the alphabets used to write the Gothic language
    • Gothic (Unicode block), a collection of Unicode characters of the Gothic alphabet

Medieval culture

Romanticism

Gothic subculture

Gothic music

Places

Typography

Other uses

  • Symphony No. 1 (Havergal Brian), known as "The Gothic", the largest symphony ever composed
  • Gothic (film), a 1986 film by Ken Russell
  • Gothic (series), a video game series originally developed by Piranha Bytes Game Studios
  • Gothic (video game), a 2001 video game developed by Piranha Bytes Game Studios
  • Gothic (moth), a species of nocturnal moth
  • Gothic (album), a 1991 album by the band Paradise Lost
  • Gothic Line, a World War II defensive line
  • Gothics, one of the Adirondack High Peaks in New York
  • Gothic F.C., a football club in Norwich, England
  • New Gothic Art
  • SS Gothic (1893), a White Star Line ship
  • SS Gothic (1920), a British cargo ship in service 1922-39
  • SS Gothic (1947), a Corinthic-class passenger and cargo liner
  • Batman: Gothic, a 1990 comic book story arc

See also

az:Qotika

eu:Gotiko zh:哥特

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