Moe·​so·​goth | \ ˈmēsə, -ēzə+ˌ- \

Definition of Moesogoth

: a Goth of the ancient Roman province of the middle Danube or Moesia

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History and Etymology for Moesogoth

New Latin Moeso-Gothi (plural), from Latin Moesi inhabitants of Moesia, ancient country south of the Danube river and extending from the Drina river to the Black sea + Late Latin Gothi Goths

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“Moesogoth.” The Dictionary, Merriam-Webster Inc., Accessed 12 December 2019.

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