troth

Vow vs Troth - What's the difference?

vow | troth |


As nouns the difference between vow and troth

is that vow is a solemn promise to perform some act, or behave in a specified manner, especially a promise to live and act in accordance with the rules of a religious order while troth is (archaic) an oath, promise, or pledge.

As a verb vow

is (ambitransitive) to make a vow; to promise.

Loyalty vs Troth - What's the difference?

loyalty | troth |


As nouns the difference between loyalty and troth

is that loyalty is the state of being loyal; fidelity while troth is (archaic) an oath, promise, or pledge.

Troth vs Betrothing - What's the difference?

troth | betrothing | Related terms |

Troth is a related term of betrothing.


As a noun troth

is (archaic) an oath, promise, or pledge.

As a verb betrothing is

.

Affiancing vs Troth - What's the difference?

affiancing | troth | Related terms |

Affiancing is a related term of troth.


As a verb affiancing

is .

As a noun troth is

(archaic) an oath, promise, or pledge.

Trots vs Troth - What's the difference?

trots | troth |


As nouns the difference between trots and troth

is that trots is while troth is (archaic) an oath, promise, or pledge.

Troth vs Broth - What's the difference?

troth | broth |


As nouns the difference between troth and broth

is that troth is (archaic) an oath, promise, or pledge while broth is (uncountable) water in which food (meat or vegetable etc) has been boiled.

Trot vs Troth - What's the difference?

trot | troth |


As nouns the difference between trot and troth

is that trot is trotskyist while troth is (archaic) an oath, promise, or pledge.

Trosh vs Troth - What's the difference?

trosh | troth |


As a verb trosh

is (norfolk) thresh.

As a noun troth is

(archaic) an oath, promise, or pledge.

Troth vs Froth - What's the difference?

troth | froth |


As nouns the difference between troth and froth

is that troth is (archaic) an oath, promise, or pledge while froth is foam.

As a verb froth is

to create froth in.

Troth vs Twoth - What's the difference?

troth | twoth |


As a noun troth

is (archaic) an oath, promise, or pledge.

As an adjective twoth is

(nonstandard) second, in ordinal numbers higher than "twentieth".

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