goth
Pronunciation
  • (British) IPA: /ɡɒθ/
  • (America, Canada) IPA: /ɡɑθ/
Noun

goth (plural goths)

  1. (uncountable) A punk-derived subculture of people who predominantly dress in black, associated with mournful music and attitudes.
    • I think that goth could flower in nerdcore's embrace.
      I converted Edward Gorey's lettering into a typeface,
      befriended vampires on LJ and MySpace,
      even put that spooky echo filter on the bass […]
    Philip had been into goth for many years.
  2. (uncountable, music) A style of punk rock influenced by glam rock; gothic rock.
  3. (countable) A person who is part of the goth subculture.
    We saw a solitary goth hanging out on the steps of the train station.
Translations Translations
  • Russian: готи́ческая му́зыка
  • Spanish: gótico
Translations Adjective
  1. Relating to this music or these people.
    With her black clothes and dyed hair, Melanie looked very goth compared to her classmates.
    • 2014, Michelle Madow, The Secret Diamond Sisters (page 39)
      One of them looked like a total freak who had come straight off a Cirque du Soleil stage, with blue streaks in her hair, goth bracelets up her arm and so much black eyeliner that she could be on the set of Cleopatra.

Goth
Pronunciation
  • (RP) IPA: /ɡɒθ/
  • (America) IPA: /ɡɑθ/
Noun

goth (plural goths)

  1. A member of the East Germanic people known for their invasion of the western Roman Empire and subsequent founding of successor states in Italy and Spain during Late Antiquity.
  2. (figuratively) Uncivilized person, barbarian, vandal.
  3. Alternative form of goth (member of gothic subculture).
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