goth up

goth up
To dress or decorate in the style of goth subculture.

Toward the evening, we return to our bed and breakfast in order to get gothed up, which entails making our appearance as impressive as possible...

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  • goth — goth·am; goth·am·ite; goth·en·burg; goth·i·cal·ly; goth·i·cism; goth·i·cist; goth·i·cize; goth·ic·ness; goth·ish; moe·so·goth; os·tro·goth; suio·goth; vis·i·goth; goth; goth·ic; vis·i·goth·ic; os·tro·goth·i·an; os·tro·goth·ic; …   English syllables

  • GOTH — (manga) Goth Genre Thriller Roman Auteur Otsu ichi Éditeur Kadokawa Shoten Volumes Original edition: 1 Bunko edition: 2 …   Wikipédia en Français

  • Goth|ic — «GOTH ihk», noun, adjective. –n. 1. a style of architecture using pointed arches, flying buttresses, and high, steep roofs. It was developed in western Europe during the Middle Ages from about 1150 to 1550. 2. the East Germanic language of the… …   Useful english dictionary

  • Goth — bezeichnet: das Musikgenre Gothic Rock den Angehörigen der zum Gothic Rock entstandenen Musikszene, siehe Gothic (Kultur) Goth: Wristcut Jiken, japanischer Roman, Manga und Kinofilm früher das Wiegwasser durch die thüringische Stadt Gotha… …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • Göth — ist der Name mehrerer Personen: Amon Göth (1908–1946), österreichischer KZ Kommandant Georg Göth (1803–1873), österreichischer Historiker und Naturforscher Martin Göth (* 1957), deutscher Komponist Diese Seite ist eine …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • goth — ⇒GOTH, GOTHE, adj. et subst. A. (Celui) qui appartient à une peuplade venue de Scandinavie qui se répandit en Europe dans les premiers siècles de notre ère, se divisant en Ostrogoths et Wisigoths et ayant en Occident une réputation bien établie… …   Encyclopédie Universelle

  • Goth — [ gaθ ] noun 1. ) count a member of a group of people who attacked and destroyed Rome in the fifth century 2. ) Goth or Gothic uncount a type of modern popular music that is loud and has a strong beat a ) uncount a type of fashion that was first… …   Usage of the words and phrases in modern English

  • Goth — /goth/, n. 1. one of a Teutonic people who in the 3rd to 5th centuries invaded and settled in parts of the Roman Empire. 2. a person of no refinement; barbarian. [bef. 900; ME Gothe < LL Gothi (pl.); r. OE Gotan (pl.) (Gota, sing.); c. Goth Gut… …   Universalium

  • goth — [gɔθ US ga:θ] n [: Old English; Origin: Gota, from Late Latin Gothi (plural)] 1.) [U] a type of slow sad popular music that is played on electric ↑guitars and ↑keyboards 2.) someone who likes goth music >goth also gothic adj …   Dictionary of contemporary English

  • Goth — (n.) O.E. Gota (pl. Gotan) a Goth (see GOTHIC (Cf. Gothic)). In 19c., in reference to living persons, it meant a Gothicist (1812), an admirer of the Gothic style, especially in architecture. Modern use as an adjective in reference to a subculture …   Etymology dictionary

  • Goth — ► NOUN 1) a member of a Germanic people that invaded the Roman Empire between the 3rd and 5th centuries. 2) (goth) a style of rock music typically having apocalyptic or mystical lyrics. 3) a member of a subculture favouring black clothing and… …   English terms dictionary

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