Ostrogoth

noun
Os·tro·goth | \ˈä-strə-ˌgäth \

Definition of Ostrogoth 

: a member of the eastern division of the Goths

Other Words from Ostrogoth

Ostrogothic \ˌä-strə-ˈgä-thik \ adjective

First Known Use of Ostrogoth

14th century, in the meaning defined above

History and Etymology for Ostrogoth

Middle English, from Late Latin Ostrogothi, plural

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