Wed

abbreviation: Wednesday
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wed

[adj] - having been taken in marriage
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Wed

Wed (wĕd) noun [ Anglo-Saxon wedd ; akin to OFries. wed , OD. wedde , OHG, wetti , German wette a wager, Icelandic veĆ° a pledge, Swedish vad a wager, an appeal, Goth. wadi a pledge, Lithuanian vadůti to redeem (a pledge), L...
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Wed

Wed transitive verb [ imperfect Wedded ; past participle Wedded or Wed ; present participle & verbal noun Wedding .] [ Middle English wedden , Anglo-Saxon weddian to covenant, promis...
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Wed

Wed intransitive verb To contact matrimony; to marry. 'When I shall wed .' Shak.
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wed

wedded adjective having been taken in marriage
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wed

splice verb perform a marriage ceremony; `The minister married us on Saturday`; `We were wed the following week`; `The couple got spliced on Hawaii`
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Wed

• of Wed • (n.) To join in marriage; to give in wedlock. • (n.) To take to one`s self and support; to espouse. • (n.) A pledge; a pawn. • (n.) To take for husband or for wife by a formal ceremony; to marry; to espouse. • (v. i.) To contact matrimony; to marry. • (n.) Fig.: To unite as if by the affections or th......
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wed

get married
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