has been used over the centuries to refer to distinctly different things.
- Of or relating to the Goths, a Germanic tribe
- A style of northern European architecture, see Gothic architecture, Gothic art (for the corresponding style in other art forms), neo-Gothic
- A British literary genre from the late 18th and early 19th century, see Gothic novel
- In the 20th century the word came in use for a certain lifestyle (see Goth), music (see Gothic rock), and fashion (see Gothic fashion)
- The Web affords opportunities for more Gothic textuality.
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