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oath

(ōth),
A solemn affirmation or attestation.

oath

[AS. ooth]
A solemn attestation or affirmation.
See: Hippocratic oath; Nightingale Pledge

oath

(ōth)
A solemn affirmation or attestation.

oath,

n an affirmation of the truth of a statement that renders one who is willfully asserting untrue statements punishable for perjury.
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