Handfasting

A Wiccan, Pagan, or Gypsy Wedding. Unlike a marriage 'until death do you part', a handfasting will stop if the mutual affection, respect or commitment stops. Three most common handfastings are 1) Year and a Day 2) Lifetime 3) Eternity

Handfasting

• (p. pr. & vb. n.) of Handfast
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Handfasting

[Neopaganism] Handfasting is a term for a wedding ceremony in Neopaganism, especially in Wicca. ==Origin of the term== Handfasting is a historical term for `betrothal` or `wedding`. In the Early Modern history of Scotland (16th and 17th centuries), especially in the Hebrides, the term could also refer to a temporary marriage. The term has c...
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Handfasting

Handfasting is a provisional or temporary marriage signified by joining hands. It was quite common in Scotland and is described by Sir Walter Scott how Bordermen handfasted their mates for a year and a day before either choosing another partner, or asking the priest to marry them.
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