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trow

[troh] /troʊ/
verb (used without object), verb (used with object), Archaic.
1.
to believe, think, or suppose.
Origin of trow
900
before 900; Middle English trowen, Old English trēow(i)an to believe, derivative of trēow belief; akin to Old Norse trūa, German trauen, Gothic trauan to trust, believe. See trust, true
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trow

/trəʊ/
verb
1.
(archaic) to think, believe, or trust
Word Origin
Old English treow; related to Old Frisian triūwe, Old Saxon treuwa, Old High German triuwa; see troth, true
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Word Origin and History for trow
v.

Old English treowian "to trust, believe," from treow "faith, belief," from Proto-Germanic *truwian (see true). Cognate with German trauen.

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