verb (used with or without object) Archaic.
- trovatore, il,
- troy game, the,
- troy weight
Origin of trow
Examples from the Web for trow
Far from it, I trow; he who did this, you would say, did you the greatest wrong in all the world.Cyropaedia|Xenophon
I trow well that you were all of you more than half drunk upon the night you professed to see this thing done.Tom Tufton's Travels|Evelyn Everett-Green
I can dive through the water, I trow, albeit the well is none too wide.The Lost Treasure of Trevlyn|Evelyn Everett-Green
Deed ist, sir, and a braw patrimony I trow it will be by the time he arrives at the years o discretion.The Entail|John Galt
Hinge and hank, trowed—As ye ask (as I trow you do), so ye receive (I trow).An Outline of English Speech-craft|William Barnes
Word Origin for trow
Old English treowian "to trust, believe," from treow "faith, belief," from Proto-Germanic *truwian (see true). Cognate with German trauen.