Definitions for oathoʊθ
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curse, curse word, expletive, oath, swearing, swearword, cuss(noun)
profane or obscene expression usually of surprise or anger
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a commitment to tell the truth (especially in a court of law); to lie under oath is to become subject to prosecution for perjury
a solemn promise, usually invoking a divine witness, regarding your future acts or behavior
"they took an oath of allegiance"
A solemn pledge or promise to a god, king, or another person, to attest to the truth of a statement or contract
the affirmed statement or promise accepted as equivalent to an oath
A light or insulting use of a solemn pledge or promise to a god, king or another person, to attest to the truth of a statement or contract the name of a deity in a profanity, as in swearing oaths
An affirmation of the truth of a statement.
(archaic) To pledge.
Shouting out. (as in 'oathing obsenities')
Origin: From aþ.
a solemn affirmation or declaration, made with a reverent appeal to God for the truth of what is affirmed
a solemn affirmation, connected with a sacred object, or one regarded as sacred, as the temple, the altar, the blood of Abel, the Bible, the Koran, etc
an appeal (in verification of a statement made) to a superior sanction, in such a form as exposes the party making the appeal to an indictment for perjury if the statement be false
a careless and blasphemous use of the name of the divine Being, or anything divine or sacred, by way of appeal or as a profane exclamation or ejaculation; an expression of profane swearing
Origin: [OE. othe, oth, ath, AS. ; akin to D. eed, OS. , G. eid, Icel. eir, Sw. ed, Dan. eed, Goth. ais; cf. OIr. oeth.]
Oath is a retired Thoroughbred race horse, bred in Ireland and trained in the United Kingdom, best known for winning the 1999 Epsom Derby. He was injured in his next race and never ran again. He is currently an active sire in India.
The Foolish Dictionary, by Gideon Wurdz
A form of speech that has many trials in court, but is never tried in Sunday School.
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