Gotha [ goh-tah ] SHOW IPA / ˈgoʊ tɑ / PHONETIC RESPELLING noun a city in S Thuringia, in central Germany.
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How to use Gotha in a sentence
Luther set out from Erfurt, and passed through
Gotha, where he again preached.
Above him in the fuselage sat the rear gunner, and by their combined aid the
Gotha could keep all enemy planes at a safe distance.
The Friedrichshafen bomber was not so large as the
Gotha, but in many points of construction it resembled it.
I somehow found myself in his Highness's territories, of which anybody may read a description in the Almanach de
Gotha. British Dictionary definitions for Gotha Gotha / ( ˈɡəʊθə, German ˈɡoːta) / noun a town in central Germany, in Thuringia on the N edge of the Thuringian forest: capital of Saxe-Coburg-Gotha (1826–1918); noted for the Almanach de Gotha (a record of the royal and noble houses of Europe, first published in 1764). Pop: 47 158 (2003 est)
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