[ os-truh-goth ]
/ ˈɒs trəˌgɒθ /
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a member of the easterly division of the Goths, maintaining a monarchy in Italy, a.d. 493–555.
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Origin of Ostrogoth
OTHER WORDS FROM OstrogothOs·tro·goth·ic, Os·tro·goth·i·an, adjective
Words nearby Ostrogoth
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How to use Ostrogoth in a sentence
But the Emperor had really nothing to offer worth the Ostrogoth's acceptance.Theodoric the Goth|Thomas Hodgkin
He became a favourite with Theodoric, the Ostrogoth, who ruled in Rome from 500, and was one of his intimate friends.
Theodoric, the Ostrogoth, re-established municipal schools through his dominion.The Mediaeval Mind (Volume I of II)|Henry Osborn Taylor
They rose with Goth and Ostrogoth to free themselves from the heavy yoke.Rule of the Monk|Giuseppe Garibaldi
A new hero came upon the scene in the person of Theodoric, the Ostrogoth.The Eighteen Christian Centuries|James White
British Dictionary definitions for Ostrogoth
/ (ˈɒstrəˌɡɒθ) /
a member of the eastern group of the Goths, who formed a kingdom in Italy from 493 to 552
Derived forms of OstrogothOstrogothic, adjective
Word Origin for Ostrogoth
C17: from Late Latin Ostrogothī, from ostro- east, eastward + Goth
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