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Sooth or truth?
Sooth (sōþ) has an oldfangled ring to it and it is often noted as a likeword of Truth (tríewþ), but in sooth sooth and truth are thinly. Sooth ("reality", but as both n. and adj.) is the of something that , while truth ("verity") is the suchness of something that is faithful to the soothness.
Right ("correct") is a roughly a likeword of true in the meaning of faithful, but not bestanding. Also, the Old English word wǣr —kindred to Theedishland's wahr— is a kinword of Latinish verus, all from the word *wer in the old frumspeak that in new English is called Proto-Indo-European.
In English, "very" and "really" are now mere strengtheners ("intensifiers"). In the moot, swathe (swíðe, strengthening), mighty, highly, so, sore/sorely are noted.