Although not a lot of websites offer courses, there are some places where you can learn Gothic. If you find any more sources or if you made your own Gothic course and if it’s good enough, contact me and I will add them.
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Gothic for Goths – A series that teaches a basic understanding of Gothic and is also aimed at people interested in the modern Goth culture:
A manuel to learn Gothic, aimed at modern Goths of the subculture:
Memrise, learn Gothic – A Memrise course that teaches some of the basics of Gothic
La lengua goda – A course on Memrise in Spanish for learning Gothic, made due to a lack of Spanish resources for learning Gothic.
Un curso en español para aprender godo en la web de Memrise, hecho debido a la falta de recursos en español para aprender godo.
The Gothic Flag
Used to represent the Gothic language.
– The Gothic eagle
– The crescent of the amals
– The six-pointed symbol featured on some Gothic shields
Designed by Ellis Purpuro
The international embassy is an international online embassy with representants for the Gothic language and culture of different countries.
If you have any questions about the online Gothic culture, or need help, you can contact them.
Other websites related to Gothic
The website of a befriended linguist who translated several of the books published in Gothic, has corrected the lyrics of Runaleiks and done more amazing work. The website has a section about Gothic.
For people with a good understanding of Gothic, there is:
The websites contains almost all known ancient Gothic texts and also offers the possibility of translating separate words as you read them. In terms of comprehension, this resource is excellent to get a good understanding of the language. If you can read these Gothic texts quite well, reading this newspaper should be easy. It is the same the other way around: if you can read this newspaper, understanding ancient Gothic texts should be easy as well.
A story / novel being written in the Gothic language, about a man called Witigais.
Brothrjus wulfe (website is in Czech)
A Czech pagan group with texts in Gothic praising the ufarwulfs.
A blog of mine in Gothic.
Gutisko Biblia is a website in which I collect all reconstructions of unattested parts of the Bible, its main focus is the Old Testament, the website Weihos Bokos has a bigger focus on the New testament. Got any translations (which you made)? You can send them to be included.
Bokahus is an online Gothic library with free books to read in Gothic:
A popular childrens’ book translated into Gothic by a linguist. Is available in different bilingual Gothic editions, look for Im leitila on Amazon to find more editions.
Fimf leitilai fruskos
The English-Gothic edition of a children’s book to learn Gothic. As an extra this book contains the text as audio (both monothongs and diphthongs).
Download a monophthong audio version of this book pronounced by dr. Simmelkjær Sandgaard Hansen for free as mp3
Download a diphthong audio version of this book pronounced by dr. Simmelkjær Sandgaard Hansen for free as mp3
How the birds got their colors
Now available as paperback.
Nu sind swe bokos.
You can also use our dictionary.
Clubs and groups
The Order of Ermanaric, an online organization dealing with international Gothic citizenship, founded by me and Ælfric. Inspired by exams to be naturalized in countries, we created a curriculum to learn with a history and language exam, when the two tests are passed, about knowledge which every “modern Goth” should have, one is a member of the order, can join the Facebook group and can consider oneself an international citizen:
A Russian group which among other things dress like Germanic tribes and does historical reenactment:
Gotskiy put (Website is in Russian)
To conjugate verbs I recommend Verbix. Though, be aware that it sometimes contains mistakes like raudida instead of rodida.
A Gothic metal band: