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At 19:03 9.1.2004, Andreas Johansson wrote:

>I've run across a guy who claims that 'Gothic' may be used as a term for North
>and East Germanic together. I'd like to have on as good authority as possible
>that that is not the case, or if it indeed should be so, the name of whoever
>hit on the idea, so I can kill him/her.

Send the Goths on'em!

That's an old, early 19th century terminology.
Utterly false by modern standards!

/BP 8^)
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