Visigoth, poeticè for the Spanish ravagers of Mexico and Peru.
Adolphus lays the foundation of the Visigoth dominion in Spain.
The Visigoth and Ostrogoth with their great natural gifts could not found a kingdom.
The word may have some connexion with a corruption of Visigoth, a suggestion to which the use in the Girard romance lends colour.
Theodoric, the Visigoth king, was killed on the battlefield.
This romance, lying at the very root of a Gothic dynasty in Spain, marks the earliest beginnings of a line of Visigoth kings.
The Visigoth kingdom, which had stood for three centuries, had passed its meridian.
Toledo, the capital of the Visigoth Kings, is the city about which cluster the richest memories of Spain in her heroic age.
They might have run in an extra verse specifying sudden collapse—like the Visigoth's.
The Visigoth monarchy, although in many cases hereditary, was in fact elective.
1640s, from Late Latin Visigothus (plural Visigothi), perhaps "West Goths" (cf. Old High German westan "from the west"), as opposed to Ostrogothi; but according to some authorities, Visi/Vesi appears to be a Latinized form of a tribal name.