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What does the word Gothika/Gothica mean?

I saw the movie and my friends told me the word Gothika/Gothica meant something. I've been trying to find out the meaning since the movie came out, but I haven't been successful. Can someone help me please?

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  • 1 decade ago
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    situation in which someone sees or feels things that others can't. Those who can't feel or see those things think those who can are crazy or schitzophrenic, but they're not. they are telling the truth. just listen to them... there's a difference in their stories. there's a difference in their feelings.... also is spelled gothika

    the movie Gothika was based around 2 people who knew things that others didn't and those other people thought they were cray and schizophrenic, but they weren't....

  • aagand
    Lv 4
    4 years ago

    Gothika Definition

  • 1 decade ago

    I researched for the definition of Gothika and found:

    1. Gothika

    situation in which someone sees or feels things that no one else does and those who don't think those who can are crazy, when they're not... also can be spelled gothica

    (the movie Gothika was based around people who seem schizophrenic to everyone but themselves.)

    2. Gothika

    1)A horrifying vision

    2)A terrible nightmare

    http://www.urbandictionary.com/define.php?term=got...

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    What does the word Gothika/Gothica mean?

    I saw the movie and my friends told me the word Gothika/Gothica meant something. I've been trying to find out the meaning since the movie came out, but I haven't been successful. Can someone help me please?

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  • ?
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    1 decade ago

    All I find in my source is a long bit about everything gothic, gothic only, without the extra syllable. It includes ancient languages (two) in parts of Europe, old religious ways and architecture, and old (well, late 1700s and beyond) ways of writing romance stories that held elements of supernatural things, mystery, and a type of horror called... ta-da! Gothic.

    You can check my source for more reading, or for the novels go to: http://www.lib.virginia.edu/exhib

    or for paintings to: http://metalab.unc.edu/wm/pain

    Source(s): http://www.msn.encarta.com/ EDIT*** Great research, peach! a thumbs up
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    5 years ago

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    Rainbow to me is an opening of your mind bcuz (I kno u sed bsides the prisim of colors)when u c in rainbow it means u arent limiting yourself to accept one kind of thing and not only talking anout colors buh it includes people as friends, the way you think, and so on.

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