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    • 1. faith or loyalty when pledged in a solemn agreement or undertaking: archaic, formal "a token of troth"
    • 2. truth. archaic
  2. TROTH | English meaning - Cambridge Dictionary. Meaning of troth in English. troth. noun [ U ] uk / trəʊθ / us / troʊθ / Add to word list. → plight your troth old use or humorous. SMART Vocabulary: related words and phrases. Weddings. altar. always a bridesmaid, never the bride idiom. arranged marriage. attendant. bachelor party.

  3. 2 days ago · troth in British English. (trəʊθ ) noun archaic. 1. a pledge or oath of fidelity, esp a betrothal. 2. truth (esp in the phrase in troth ) 3. loyalty; fidelity.

  4. Define troth. troth synonyms, troth pronunciation, troth translation, English dictionary definition of troth. n. 1. a. Betrothal. b. One's pledged fidelity. 2. Good faith; fidelity. tr.v. trothed , troth·ing , troths To pledge or betroth. American Heritage®...

  5. TROTH meaning: 1. → plight your troth old use or humorous 2. → plight your troth old use or humorous. Learn more.

  6. 4 days ago · troth ( countable and uncountable, plural troths) ( countable, archaic) An oath, pledge, or promise . ( countable, archaic) A pledge or promise to marry someone. ( countable, archaic) The state of being thus pledged; betrothal, engagement . ( countable, uncountable, archaic) Truth; something true .

  7. noun. troths. Faithfulness; loyalty. Webster's New World. Betrothal. American Heritage. Truth. Webster's New World. One's pledged word; promise. Webster's New World. Similar definitions. Good faith; fidelity. American Heritage. More Noun Definitions (2) Synonyms: engagement. betrothal. plight. fidelity. promise. pledge. marriage. declaration. truth

  8. Troth definition, faithfulness, fidelity, or loyalty: by my troth. See more.

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