Troth

Troth may refer to:

  • An alternate form of truth, especially in the medieval sense
  • Troth Yeddha', a landform in the Fairbanks North Star Borough, Alaska
  • Doris Troth Lippman (21st century), American academic
  • The Troth, an American Asatru organization

Other articles related to "troth":

Ásatrú In The United States - History
... The universalist branch reformed as The Troth, while the folkish branch became the Ásatrú Alliance (AA) ... The Troth, currently headed by Victoria Clare, publishes the "Idunna" journal ... The Troth held its 25th Anniversary Jubilee in 2012 ...
The Troth - Ring of Troth Europe
... A United Kingdom affiliate of the Ring of Troth, later renamed Ring of Troth Europe, was founded in 1993 by Freya Aswynn, who has held office in both the Troth and the Rune Gild ...
Crispin: At The Edge Of The World - Characters
... Troth - A girl with a cleft lip who lives with Aude ... The word troth means to pledge to be faithful ... Aude – A healer living in the woods with a girl named Troth ...
Troth's Fortune
... Troth's Fortune, also known as Troth's Farm, is a historic home in Easton, Talbot County, Maryland, United States ... Troth's Fortune was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1975 ...

Famous quotes containing the word troth:

    An honest soul, i’faith, sir, by my troth he is, as ever broke bread. But God is to be worshipped; all men are not alike.
    William Shakespeare (1564–1616)