Gothic Verb Conjugation

Gothic is an extinct language of the Eastern branch of Germanic languages. Verbix represents the Gothic from ~300-400 AD, i.e., the language found in the Gothic Bible of Wulfila.

Conjugate a Gothic verb:

Fill in the infinitive. Don't use any capital letters!

Entering verbs:
Many special characters are used in the translitteration of Gothic. If you cannot input them, try the following:

To input: Enter: Example
þ tH tHeihan equals þeihan
ú u/ tHau/rban equals þaúrban
á a/ wai/rpan equals waírpan
ê e> ble>san equals blêsan

The Gothic Alphabet

The Gothic alphabet as it appears in the Gothic Bible of Wulfila:

Literature sources