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sooth

[ sooth ]
/ suθ /
Archaic.
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noun
truth, reality, or fact.
adjective
soothing, soft, or sweet.
true or real.
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Origin of sooth

before 900; Middle English; Old English sōth; cognate with Old Saxon sōth,Old Norse sannr,Gothic sunjis true, Sanskrit sat, sant true, real; akin to is

OTHER WORDS FROM sooth

soothly, adverb
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British Dictionary definitions for sooth

sooth
/ (suːθ) archaic, or poetic /

noun
truth or reality (esp in the phrase in sooth)
adjective
true or real
smooth

Derived forms of sooth

soothly, adverb

Word Origin for sooth

Old English sōth; related to Old Norse sathr true, Old High German sand, Gothic sunja truth, Latin sōns guilty, sonticus critical
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