verily

[ver-uh-lee]
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Origin of verily

Middle English word dating back to 1250–1300; see origin at very, -ly
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verily

adverb
  1. (sentence modifier) archaic in truth; trulyverily, thou art a man of God

Word Origin for verily

C13: from very + -ly ²
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Word Origin and History for verily
adv.

c.1300, from Middle English verray "true, real" (see very) + -ly (2).

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