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Oath in English
solemn vow; words of a solemn promise; curse

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Oath in Greek
όρκος

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Oath in Chinese (s)
誓言, 诅咒, 宣誓

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Oath in Chinese (t)
誓言, 詛咒, 宣誓

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Oath in Arabic
يمين, حلف يمينة, تجديف أدى القسم, حلف

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Oath in Spanish
juramento, afidávit, declaración jurada, voto

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Oath in Russian
клятва, зарок, ругательства, присяга, проклятия

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Oath in Dutch
eed; vloek

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Oath in Portuguese
juramento; maldição

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Oath in Turkish
yemin, ant, küfür, sövgü

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Oath in Italian
giuramento; bestemmia, imprecazione

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Oath in French
serment, témoignage; malédiction, imprécation; juron, gros mot

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Oath in German
Schwur, Fluch

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Oath in Japanese
誓い; 宣誓; まじない

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Oath in Hebrew
שבועה; קללה

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Oath in Korean
맹세, 서약; 저주

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Oath in Swedish
ed; svordom

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Oath in English
oath
\oath\ (ōth), n.; pl. oaths (ō&thlig;z). [oe. othe, oth, ath, as. ā?; akin to d. eed, os. ē?, g. eid, icel. ei?r, sw. ed, dan. eed, goth. ai?s; cf. oir. oeth.]
1. a solemn affirmation or declaration, made with a reverent appeal to god for the truth of what is affirmed. "i have an oath in heaven" an oath of secrecy for the concealing of those [inventions] which we think fit to keep secret.
2. 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.
3. (law) 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.
4. 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. "a terrible oath"
oath
n
1. profane or obscene expression usually of surprise or anger; "expletives were deleted" [syn: curse, curse word, expletive, swearing, swearword, cuss]


2. affirming the truth of a statement; to lie under oath is to become subject to prosecution for perjury [syn: swearing]


oath
a solemn appeal to god, permitted on fitting occasions (deut. 6:13; jer. 4:2), in various forms (gen. 16:5; 2 sam. 12:5; ruth 1:17; hos. 4:15; rom. 1:9), and taken in different ways (gen. 14:22; 24:2; 2 chr. 6:22). god is represented as taking an oath (heb. 6:16-18), so also christ (matt. 26:64), and paul (rom. 9:1; gal. 1:20; phil. 1:8). the precept, "swear not at all," refers probably to ordinary conversation between man and man (matt. 5:34,37). but if the words are taken as referring to oaths, then their intention may have been to show "that the proper state of christians is to require no oaths; that when evil is expelled from among them every yea and nay will be as decisive as an oath, every promise as binding as a vow."

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 bribery oath 
 oath of abjuration 
 book oath 
 burgess oath 
 oath supremacy 
 to take oath 
 to make oath 
 lying under oath 
 hippocratic oath 

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The principle on which an oath is held to be binding is incidentally laid down in (Hebrews 6:16) viz. as an ultimate appeal to divine authority to ratify an assertion. On the same principle, that oath has always been held most binding which appealed to the highest authority, as regards both individuals and communities. As a consequence of this principle, appeals to God's name on the one hand, and to heathen deities on the other, are treated in scripture as tests of allegiance. (Exodus 23:13; 34:6; 29:12) etc. So also the sovereign's name is sometimes used as a form of obligation. (Genesis 42:15; 2 Samuel 11:11; 14:19) Other forms of oath, serious or frivolous, are mentioned, some of which are condemned by our Lord. (Matthew 6:33; 23:16-22) and see (James 5:12) (There is, however, a world-wide difference between a solemn appeal to God and profane swearing.) The forms of adjuration mentioned in Scripture are-
→ Lifting up the hand. Witnesses laid their hands on the head of the accused. (Genesis 14:22; Leviticus 24:14; 17:7; Isaiah 3:7)
→ Putting the hand under the thigh of the person to whom the Promise was made. (Genesis 24:2; 47:29)
→ Oaths were sometimes taken before the altar, or, as some understand the passage, if the persons were not in Jerusalem, in a position looking toward the temple. (1 Kings 8:31; 2 Chronicles 6:22)
→ Dividing a victim and passing between or distributing the pieces. (Genesis 15:10,17; Jeremiah 34:18) As the sanctity of oaths was carefully inculcated by the law, so the crime of perjury was strongly condemned; and to a false witness the same punishment was assigned which was due for the crime to which he testified. (Exodus 20:7; Leviticus 19:12)
  

Copyright: Smith's Bible Dictionary (1884) , by William Smith. About Dictionary source: Smith's Bible Dictionary
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A religious or solemn affirmation to tell the truth or to take a certain action. - (read more on Oath)
  

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n. 'Ip

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OATH can mean:
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An oath (from Anglo-Saxon , also called plight) is either a statement of fact or a promise calling upon something or someone that the oath maker considers sacred, usually God, as a witness to the binding nature of the promise or the truth of the statement of fact. To is to take an oath, to make a solemn vow. Those who conscientiously object to making an oath will often make an affirmation instead.

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Noun
1. profane or obscene expression usually of surprise or anger; "expletives were deleted"
(synonym) curse, curse word, expletive, swearing, swearword, cuss
(hypernym) profanity
2. a commitment to tell the truth (especially in a court of law); to lie under oath is to become subject to prosecution for perjury
(synonym) swearing
(hypernym) commitment, dedication
3. a solemn promise, usually invoking a divine witness, regarding your future acts or behavior; "they took an oath of allegience"
(hypernym) promise
(hyponym) bayat


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Whenever you take an oath in your dreams, prepare for dissension and altercations on waking.
  

Copyright: Ten Thousand Dreams Interpreted, or "What's in a dream": a scientific and practical exposition; By Gustavus Hindman, 1910. For the open domain e-text see: Guttenberg Project Dictionary source: Dream Dictionary
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A solid affirmation to tell the truth, oftentimes sworn in front of a Notary or Commissioner for Taking Oaths.

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eascainne, mionn

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Oath, (n.)

In law, a solemn appeal to the Deity, made binding upon the conscience by a penalty for perjury.
  

Copyright: The Devil's Dictionary, by Ambrose Bierce, 1911 (About) Dictionary source: The Devil's Dictionary
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Anudon = n. false oath, perjury Gwrthwng = n. a contrary oath, a counter swearing Haloglw = n. a profane oath Llw = n. an oath Twng = n. a lot, a plight, an oath

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cap, earnest, rap (false), salmon

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(see Affirmation) A verbal promise by a person with religious beliefs to tell the truth 

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Elizabeth, the oath, or fullness, of God
   fullness, or oath, of the Lord
   captivity; old man; repose; oath
  

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(n.)
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.
   (n.)
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.
   (n.)
A solemn affirmation or declaration, made with a reverent appeal to God for the truth of what is affirmed.
   (n.)
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.
  

Copyright: Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary (1913), edited by Noah Porter. About Dictionary source: Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary (1913)
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The Olympic Oath is taken by an athlete and a judge at the opening ceremonies of the Olympic Games.

The athlete, from team of the organising country, holds a corner of the Olympic Flag while speaking the oath:

In the name of all competitors, I promise that we shall take part in these Olympic Games, respecting and abiding by the rules that govern them, in the true spirit of sportsmanship, for the glory of sport and the honor of our teams, committing ourselves to a sport without doping and without drugs.
The judge, also from the home nation, does the same, but with a slighly different oath:

In the name of all the judges and officials, I promise that we shall officiate in these Olympic Games with complete impartiality, respecting and abiding by the rules which govern them in the true spirit of sportsmanship.


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An affirmation of the truth of a statement.

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definitely; yes! That's certainly true; yes; you really, really do approve of what's someone is saying that's certainly true statement of emphatic agreement
exclamation of approval exclamation of emphatic approval

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Invocation of a supernatural or holy being called to verify the veracity of a statement. Sometimes, oaths were given over a relic or a church altar. An oath was a special appeal, an expression of sincerity backed up by the threat of divine retribution should the uttering prove false--hence the term ‘oath-breaker’. An oathbreaker was assumed to have committed a crime against God or of some divine entity, which would lead to damnation or another form of severe penalty. Such oaths might take the form of ‘I swear upon the all that is Right and Holy that...’ Or, placing one’s hand upon a holy relic, ‘I, Reginald, do swear before these gathered witnesses that I did see...’

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a solemn appeal to God, permitted on fitting occasions (Deut. 6:13; Jer. 4:2), in various forms (Gen. 16:5; 2 Sam. 12:5; Ruth 1:17; Hos. 4:15; Rom. 1:9), and taken in different ways (Gen. 14:22; 24:2; 2 Chr. 6:22). God is represented as taking an oath (Heb. 6:16-18), so also Christ (Matt. 26:64), and Paul (Rom. 9:1; Gal. 1:20; Phil. 1:8). The precept, "Swear not at all," refers probably to ordinary conversation between man and man (Matt. 5:34,37). But if the words are taken as referring to oaths, then their intention may have been to show "that the proper state of Christians is to require no oaths; that when evil is expelled from among them every yea and nay will be as decisive as an oath, every promise as binding as a vow."

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A declaration made according to law, before a competent tribunal or officer, to tell the truth; or it is the act of one who, when lawfully required to tell the truth, takes God to witness that what he says is true. It is a religious act by which the party invokes God not only to witness the truth and sincerity of his promise but also to avenge his imposture or violated faith, or in other words to punish his perjury if he shall be guilty of it.

It is proper to distinguish two things in oaths; 1. The invocation by which the God of truth, who knows all things, is taken to witness. 2. The imprecation by which he is asked as a just and all-powerful being, to punish perjury.

The commencement of an oath is made by the party taking hold of the book, after being required by the officer to do so, and ends generally with the words,"so help you God," and kissing the book, when the form used is that of swearing on the Evangelists.

Oaths are taken in various forms; the most usual is upon the Gospel by taking the book in the hand; the words commonly used are, "You do swear that, " etc. "so help you God," and then kissing the book. The origin of this oath may be traced to the Roman law, and the kissing the book is said to be an imitation of the priest's kissing the ritual as a sign of reverence, before he reads it to the people. Rees, Cycl.

Another form is by the witness or party promising holding up his right hand while the officer repeats to him,"You do swear by Almighty God, the searcher of hearts, that," etc., "And this as you shall answer to God at the great day."

In another form of attestation commonly called an affirmation, the officer repeats, "You do solemnly, sincerely, and truly declare and affirm, that," etc.

The oath, however, may be varied in any other form, in order to conform to the religious opinions of the person who takes it.

Oaths may conveniently be divided into promissory, assertory, judicial and extra judicial.

Among promissory oaths may be classed all those taken by public officers on entering into office, to support the constitution of the United States, and to perform the duties of the office.

Custom-house oaths and others required by law, not in judicial proceedings, nor from officers entering into office, may be classed among the assertory oaths, when the party merely asserts the fact to be true.

Judicial oaths, or those administered in judicial proceedings.

Extra-judicial oaths are those taken without authority of law, which, though binding in foro conscientiae, do not render the persons who take them liable to the punishment of perjury, when false.

Oaths are also divided into various kinds with reference to the purpose for which they are applied; as oath of allegiance, oath of calumny, oath ad litem, decisory oath, oath of supremacy, and the like

The Act of Congress of 1789, regulates the time and manner of administering certain oaths as follows:

Be it enacted, etc., That the oath or affirmation required by the sixth article of the constitution of the United States, shall be administered in the form following, to wit, "I, A B, do solemnly swear or affirm, (as the case may be,) that I will support the constitution of the United States." The said oath or affirmation shall be administered within three days after the passing of this act, by any one member of the senate, to the president of the senate, and by him to all the members, and to the secretary; and by the speaker of the house of representatives, to all the members who have not taken a similar oath, by virtue of a particular resolution of the said house, and to the clerk: and in case of the absence of any member from the service of either house, at the time prescribed for taking the said oath or affirmation, the same shall be administered to such member when he shall appear to take his seat.

That at the first session of congress after every general election of representatives, the oath or affirmation aforesaid shall be administered by any one member of the House of Representatives to the speaker; and by him to all the members present, and to the clerk, previous to entering on any other business; and to the members who shall afterwards appear, previous to taking their seats. The president of the senate for the time being, shall also administer the said oath or affirmation to each senator who shall hereafter be elected, previous to his taking his seat; and in any future case of a president of the senate, who shall not have taken the said oath or affirmation, the same shall be administered to him by any one of the members of the Senate.

That the members of the several state legislatures, at the next session of the said legislatures respectively, and all executive and judicial officers of the several states, who have been heretofore chosen or appointed, or, who shall be chosen or appointed before the first day of August next, and who shall then be in office, shall, within one month thereafter, take the same oath or affirmation, except where they shall have taken it before which may be administered by any person authorized by the law of the state, in which such office shall be holden, to administer oaths. And the members of the several state legislatures, and all executive and judicial officers of the several states, who shall be chosen or appointed after the said first day of August, shall, before they proceed to execute the duties of their respective offices, take the foregoing oath or affirmation, which shall be administered by the person or persons, who, by the law of the state, shall be authorized to administer the oath of office; and the person or persons so administering the oath hereby required to be taken, shall cause a record or certificate thereof to be made, in the same manner as by the law of the state he or they shall be directed to record or certify the oath of office.

That all officers appointed or hereafter to be appointed, under the authority of the United States, shall, before they act in their respective offices, take the same oath or affirmation, which shall be administered by the person or persons who shall be authorized by law to administer to such officers their respective oaths of office; and such officers shall incur the same penalties in case of failure, as shall be imposed by law in case of failure in taking their respective oaths of office.

That the secretary of the Senate, and the clerk of the House of Representatives, for the time being, shall, at the time of taking the oath or affirmation aforesaid, each take an oath or affirmation in the words following, to wit; "I, A B, secretary of the Senate, or clerk of the House of Representatives (as the case may be) of the United States of America, do solemnly swear or affirm, that I will truly and faithfully discharge the duties of my said office to the best of my knowledge and abilities."

There are several kinds of oaths, some of which are enumerated by law.

Oath of calumny. This term is used in the civil law. It is an oath which a plaintiff was obliged to take that he was not actuated by a spirit of chicanery in commencing his action, but that he had bona fide a good cause of action. This oath is somewhat similar to our affidavit of a cause of action.

No instance is known in which the oath of calumny has been adopted in practice in the admiralty courts of the United States.

Decisory oath. By this term in the civil law is understood an oath which one of the parties defers or refers back to the other for the decision of the cause.

It may be deferred in any kind of civil contest whatever, in questions of possession or of claim; in personal actions and in real. The plaintiff may defer the oath to the defendant, whenever he conceives he has not sufficient proof of the fact which is the foundation of his claim; and in like manner, the defendant may defer it to the plaintiff when he has not sufficient proof of his defence. The person to whom the oath is deferred ought either to take it or refer it back, and if he will not do either the cause should be decided against him.

The decisory oath has been practically adopted in the district court of the United States, for the district of Massachusetts, and admiralty causes have been determined in that court by the oath decisory; but the cases in which this oath has been adopted, have been where the tender has been accepted; and no case is known to have occurred there in which the oath has been refused and tendered back to the adversary.

A judicial oath is a solemn declaration made in some form warranted by law, before a court of justice or some officer authorized to administer it, by which the person who takes it promises to tell the truth, the whole truth, and nothing but the truth, in relation to his knowledge of the matter then under examination, and appeals to God for his sincerity.

In the civil law, a judicial oath is that which is given in judgment by one party to another.

Oath in litem, in the civil law, is an oath which was deferred to the complainant as to the value of the thing in dispute on failure of other proof, particularly when there was a fraud on the part of the defendant, and be suppressed proof in his possession. In general the oath of the party cannot, by the common law, be received to establish his claim, but to this there are exceptions. The oath in litem is admitted in two classes of cases: 1. Where it has been already proved, that the party against whom it is offered has been guilty of some fraud or other tortious or unwarrantable act of intermeddling with the complainant's goods, and no other evidence can be had of the amount of damages. As, for example, where a trunk of goods was delivered to a shipmaster at one port to be carried to another, and, on the passage, he broke the trunk open and rifled it of its contents; in an action by the owners of the goods against the shipmaster, the facts above mentioned having been proved aliunde, the plaintiff was held a competent witness to testify as to the contents of the trunk.

The oath in litem is also admitted on the ground of public policy, where it is deemed essential to the purposes of justice But this oath is admitted only on the ground of necessity. An example may be mentioned of a case where a statute can receive no execution unless the party interested be admitted as a witness.

A promissory oath is an oath taken by authority of law by which the party declares that he will fulfil certain duties therein mentioned, as the oath which an alien takes on becoming naturalized, that he will support the Constitution of the United States: the oath which a judge takes that he will perform the duties of his office. The breach of this does not involve the party in the legal crime or punishment of perjury. A suppletory oath in the civil and ecclesiastical law, is an oath required by the judge from either party in a cause, upon half proof already made, which being joined to half proof, supplies the evidence required to enable the judge to pass upon the subject.

A purgatory oath is one by which one destroys the presumptions which were against him, for he is then said to purge himself when he removes the suspicions which were against him; as when a man is in contempt for not attending court as a witness, he may purge himself of the contempt by swearing to a fact which is an ample excuse.
   

This entry contains material from Bouvier's Legal Dictionary, a work published in the 1850's.

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Oath in Greek
(Lex**) όρκος

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Ουσ. όρκος//
ύβρη, βλαστήμια

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Oath in Esperanto
n. (legal) juro, blasfemo, jxuro


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jxuro

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Oath in Afrikaans
eed

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Oath in Chinese (s)

[2u4] n.誓言,誓约;咒骂,诅咒语

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[5EuW] n. 誓言, 宣誓(solemn promise)
(类)oath·promise=contract·agreement 誓言·允诺=合同·协议(前者比后者正式)
(例)something as a promise corroborated by an oath

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[E] oath (n) [P] juramento (m) [C] 誓言

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Oath in Luxembourgish
nm - Eed (pl. Eeden)take an oath - en Eed schwieren

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Oath in Interlingua
(promise) juramento; (abusive language) blasphemia; TAKE AN - prestar juramento

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Oath in Arabic

N
يمين ، قسم تجديف

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اسْم : يمين . قَسَم . تجديف


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قَسَم

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ألاسم

إِيلاء ; حَلِف ; حِلْف ; عَهْد ; قَسَم ; يَمِين


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Oath in Visayan
(Verb) pagpanumpa;panumpa

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Oath in Czech
přísaha, zaklení

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Oath in Estonian
vanne, vandetõotus

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Oath in Indonesian
sumpah,kata2 buruk,kuutuk,tulah

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sumpah
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baiat, sumpah

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sumpah, curse
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Oath in Spanish
juramento

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juramento, promesa; palabrota, grosería, lisura, blasfemia, maldición El juramento de los Horacios, cuadro del pintor francés Jacques-Luis David certificado de adhesión jurar la bandera jurar que prestar juramento bajo juramento

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(n.) = juramento, jura, promesa.
Ex: Cold War loyalty oaths and investigations had a significant impact on an unknown number of US librarians between 1947 and 1957.
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* blood oath = pacto de sangre.
* Hippocratic oath, the = juramento hipocrático.
* minced oath = blasfemia eufemística.
* presidential oath = juramento presidencial.
* statement under oath = declaración bajo juramento.
* swear + oath = jurar, hacer un juramento.
* take + oath = jurar, hacer un juramento, prometer.
* testify + under oath = prestar declaración bajo juramento, testificar bajo juramento.
* under oath = bajo juramento.


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juramento, juramento

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Oath in Russian
№_1.: [n.]
1)
клятва, присяга
~ of allegiance клятва в верности
to administer an ~ приводить к присяге
on ~ под присягой
to make ((или) to swear, to take) an ~ дать клятву
2) проклятия, ругательства №_2.: [v.] [редк.]
1) произносить клятву
2) клясться

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(n) клятва; присяга

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клятва, богохульство, божба, присяга

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клятва

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n. 1. клятва; присяга; - on oath - oath of allegiance - oath of office - make an oath - take an oath - swear an oath - put on oath - administer the oath to 2. божба 3. богохульство; проклятия, ругательства

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Oath in Dutch
eed, bezwering

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Oath in Portuguese
juramento à bandeira
GUIA DO RIO (=swear an oath) fazer um juramento, prestar juramento
Sopa no Mel

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juramento

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JURAMENTO

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juramento

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[direitos comerciais] juramento

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Oath in Turkish
yemin

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ant, yemin; sövgü, küfür

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i. 1. yemin, ant. 2. küfür, lanet.

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Yemin

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ant, yemin

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i. 1. yemin, ant. 2. küfür, lanet.

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yemin

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Oath in Thai
n. โอดฬ (TOEFL)
1. คำสาบาน การสาบาน : take an oath.
2. สาบาน : He took an oath to tell the truth in court.
1. (grammar) สังเกต คำนี้มี preposition เฉพาะ: on oath / under oath=ใต้คำปฏิญาณหรือสาบาน

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(โอธ) n. คำสาบาน,สัจจะ,คำสบถ -Phr. (take oath สาบานให้สัจจะ)

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สัตย์สาบาน

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Oath in Vietnamese
Lời thề, thệ ước, tuyên thệ (đk 1199)

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[ouθ]

◊ danh từ, số nhiều oaths

▪ lời thề, lời tuyên thệ

◦ to take (make, swear) an oath : tuyên thệ

◦ on (one's) oath : đã thề, đã tuyên thệ

◦ to put someone on his oath : bắt ai thề

◦ oath of allegiance : lời thề trung thành

▪ lời nguyền rủa



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Oath in Italian
giuramento, bestemmia, giuramento

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Oath in Romanian
rana

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1. juramint ; juramint solemn
2. injuratura , sudalma

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(th) haine / îmrăcăminte de protecţie
  

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juramant; promisiune; injuratura; blestem

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juramînt; înjuratura

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Oath in Catalan
s jurament, jura | renec, blasfèmiatake oath prestar jurament

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Oath in Polish
przysięga

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przysięga

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Oath in French
oath, pl oaths [BLI, BLJz] n
(a)(pledge) serment m;
oath of allegiance, serment de fidélité;
to take an oath, Jur to take the oath, prêter serment;
witness on oath, témoin assermenté;
(b)(swearword) juron m, gros mot.

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serment, juron, malédiction

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Oath in Bulgarian
n клетва;make OATH, take an OATH, swear an OATH давам клетва;on OATH под клетва;oath; n 1. клетва, заричане, оброк; ~ of allegiance клетва за вярност; войнишка клетва; ~ of

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[ouҐ] n 1. клетва, заричане, оброк; ~ of allegiance клетва за вя

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[ouҐ] n 1. клетва, заричане, оброк; ~ of allegiance клетва за вярност; войнишка клетва; ~ of office клетва при встъпване вдлъжност; on/under ~ под клетва; to make/takc/swear an ~, to take the/an ~ полагам клетва, заклевам се; to put s.o. on/under ~ юр. заклевам някого; on my ~ честна дума; 2. псувня, богохулство.

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Oath in Croatian
zavjet

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zakletva , gadost , psovka , prisega

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kletva

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Oath in German
Schwur, Fluch, Eid, Eid

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Oath in Danish
ed

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Oath in Persian
پيمان‌، سوگند، قسم‌ خوردن‌

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پيمان، سوگند، قسم خوردن

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پيمان ،سوگند،قسم خوردن
قانون ـ فقه : يمين ،کلمه قسم
 کلمات مرتبط(20)  کلمات مرتبط(oath):



بازگشت به واژه oath


abstention from taking an oath 
 administering an oath 
admirster an oath 
 coronation oath 
corporal oath 
 false oath 
gospel oath 
hippocratic oath 
oath of allegiance 
 official oath 
on oath 
 passing on the oath 
passing on the oath to the other party 
 put a person on his oath 
sanctity of an oath 
 take an oath 
take oath 
 taking an oath 
to grind out an oath 
 to take an oath 



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پيمان‌ ، سوگند ، قسم‌ خوردن‌

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قسم قاطع دعوي (قسمي که يک طرف دعوي به طرف ديگر متوجه کند و با اداي سوگند او دعوي فيصله يابد) سوگند، قسم سوگند وفاداري به قيد سوگند سوگند رسمي به قيد سوگند

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ِ¢¤ّ، ô¨ى ٹ ¢÷ًّ¨ ٹ ِ‘ُ‏•

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Oath in Hungarian
eskü, fogadalom, káromkodás

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eskü; fogadalom; káromkodás

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eskü,fogadalom

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Oath in Hebrew
(ש"ע) שבועה.

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Oath in Serbian
Prisega-Zakletva-Zavet-Kletva-Psovka

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Oath in Albanian
betim

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Oath in Mongolian
n. (pl oaths ) 1. тангараг. 2. занал зїхэл.

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тангараг

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Oath in Swedish
ed, svordom, svordom, ed

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Oath in Urdu
n. qasm/saugaٌd

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n.
سوگند- سون- سپت- قسم- حلف


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Oath in Slovak
prisega, kletev; to take (ali make, swear) an ~priseči

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Oath in Ukrainian
(n) клятва; присяга

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(n) присяга

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