Gothic language resources – Language Links Database

Gothic – is an extinct Germanic language that was spoken by the Goths. It is known primarily from the Codex Argenteus, a 6th-century copy of a 4th-century Bible translation, and is the only East Germanic language with a sizable text corpus. 

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Gothic Grammar and Pronunciation

Digitized Grammar Books

Gothic Vocabulary

  • - Glossary from Joseph Wright’s Grammar of the Gothic Language
  • - Germanic Glossary
  • Speculative Grammarian Gothic For Travellers – “The Goths are a very friendly and gregarious people. They will be quick to invite you to their homes for special ceremonies and entertainments. They also have hot tempers, so don’t turn down an invitation to go home with a Goth. Good conversation starters are death, torture, eating and drinking.”

Gothic Reading Materials

  • - Project Wulfila is a small digital library dedicated to the study of the Gothic language and Old Germanic languages in general. Our primary goal is to provide linguistically annotated editions that can be downloaded in TEI format or browsed online, linked to a digital glossary, POS-tags and interlinear translations.
  • WikiSource - The Bible in Gothic
  • University of Frankfurt - Crimean Gothic materials from Busbecq
  • - “Bagme Bloma”, The  J.R.R. Tolkien’s poem in the Gothic language
  • -  this site presents the text of the remaining leaves of the Gothic commentary on the Gospel of Saint John, along with several translations
  • Himma Daga - Newspaper in Gothic

Gothic Dictionaries

Gothic Listening and Video Resources


Gothic in Other Languages

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