aletho-, aleth- (Greek: true; nothing concealed; real [from a-, "no, nothing" and letho-, "forgetfullness, oblivion"]).
A woman's name meaning "truth".
A rarely used term for an incapacity to forget past events.
Relating to the philosophical concepts of truth and possibility and especially to the branch of logic that formalizes them.
1. The science of the nature of truth and evidence.
2. The doctrine of truth; that part of logic that is concerned with truth.
The study or science of truth.
An instrument for viewing pictures by means of a lens, so as to give the objects a natural or realistic appearance.
An abnormal fear of the truth.
A genus of fossil ferns, found especially in coal formations [literally, having "true ferns"].
Loving truth; a fondness for truth.
A lover of or a fondness for truth.