Definitions for vowvaʊ
This page provides all possible meanings and translations of the word vow
a solemn pledge (to oneself or to another or to a deity) to do something or to behave in a certain manner
"they took vows of poverty"
make a vow; promise
"He vowed never to drink alcohol again"
dedicate to a deity by a vow
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.
The old hermit, up in the mountains, took a vow of silence.
A declaration or assertion.
To make a vow.
To declare publicly that one made a vow, usually to show one's determination or to announce an act of retaliation.
The rebels vowed to continue their fight until they succeed.
a solemn promise made to God, or to some deity; an act by which one consecrates or devotes himself, absolutely or conditionally, wholly or in part, for a longer or shorter time, to some act, service, or condition; a devotion of one's possessions; as, a baptismal vow; a vow of poverty
specifically, a promise of fidelity; a pledge of love or affection; as, the marriage vow
to give, consecrate, or dedicate to God, or to some deity, by a solemn promise; to devote; to promise solemnly
to assert solemnly; to asseverate
to make a vow, or solemn promise
Origin: [OE. vouen, OF. vouer, voer, F. vouer, LL. votare. See Vow, n.]
A vow is a promise or oath.
Translations for vow
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- vot, jurarCatalan, Valencian
- Schwur, geloben, Gelöbnis, Eid, Gelübde, schwörenGerman
- διαβεβαίωση, όρκοςGreek
- promesa, manda, votoSpanish
- lupaus, luvata, vannoa, vakuutus, vakuuttaa, vala, vannoa valaFinnish
- voeu, jurerFrench
- ուխտ, երդումArmenian
- strengja heitIcelandic
- voto, votare, giurareItalian
- 誓う, 契るJapanese
- поклясться, обязательство, клятва, [[давать]] [[обет]], клясться, присягнуть, обещать, присяга, заверение, пообещать, зарок, обет, присягатьRussian
- ant içmek, yemin etmekTurkish
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