Etymology
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troth (n.)

"truth, verity," late 12c., from a phonetic variant of Old English treowð "faithfulness, veracity, truth;" see truth, which is a doublet of this word. Restricted to Midlands and Northern England dialect after 16c., and to certain archaic phrases (such as plight one's troth). Also see betroth.

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Definitions of troth

troth (n.)
a mutual promise to marry;
Synonyms: betrothal / engagement
troth (n.)
a solemn pledge of fidelity;
Synonyms: plight
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