[soh-jur-ner,, soh-jur-ner] /ˈsoʊ dʒɜr nər,, soʊˈdʒɜr nər/ (Show IPA), (Isabella Van Wagener) 1797?–1883, U.S. abolitionist, orator, and women’s-rights advocate, born a slave.
the quality of being true, genuine, actual, or factual: the truth of his statement was attested
something that is true as opposed to false: you did not tell me the truth
a proven or verified principle or statement; fact: the truths of astronomy
(usually pl) a system of concepts purporting to represent some aspect of the world: the truths of ancient religions
fidelity to a required standard or law
faithful reproduction or portrayal: the truth of a portrait
an obvious fact; truism; platitude
honesty, reliability, or veracity: the truth of her nature
accuracy, as in the setting, adjustment, or position of something, such as a mechanical instrument
the state or quality of being faithful; allegiance
Used in various senses in Scripture. In Prov. 12:17, 19, it denotes that which is opposed to falsehood. In Isa. 59:14, 15, Jer. 7:28, it means fidelity or truthfulness. The doctrine of Christ is called “the truth of the gospel” (Gal. 2:5), “the truth” (2 Tim. 3:7; 4:4). Our Lord says of himself, “I am the way, and the truth” (John 14:6).
noun 1. a temporary stay: during his sojourn in Paris. verb (used without object) 2. to stay for a time in a place; live temporarily: to sojourn on the Riviera for two months. noun 1. a temporary stay verb 2. (intransitive) to stay or reside temporarily
noun, Early English Law. 1. the privilege of holding court, usually connected with the feudal rights of lordship. 2. a district over which local jurisdiction was exercised. noun (English legal history) 1. the right to hold a local court 2. the territory under the jurisdiction of a particular court
noun, plural sokemen. 1. a tenant holding land in socage. noun (pl) -men 1. (in the Danelaw) a freeman enjoying extensive rights, esp over his land
noun 1. a district held by socage.