- I thought this was in french! My god, 'cuz my french is no good!
Well, I wanted to know if there is a complete grammar of gothic
language, besides David Salo's, as it's not yet full.
- --- In firstname.lastname@example.org, "falmarendur" <falmarendur@h...>
> I thought this was in french! My god, 'cuz my french is no good!The German version, adapted from David Salo's by Jens Vorbrink:
> Well, I wanted to know if there is a complete grammar of gothic
> language, besides David Salo's, as it's not yet full.
...has nine chapters (that's one extra). And Matthew Carver's site
has some grammar too (See "wordcraft" for a handy reference list of
There are also some more in depth grammars online.
Streitberg's "Gotisches Elementarbuch" is available at the Wulfila
And you can find scanned versions of two Gothic grammars -
Wright's "Grammar of the Gothic Language", and Braune's "Gotische
Grammatik" - here: