bride

  1. a woman who has recently been married
  2. Irish abbess; a patron saint of Ireland (453-523)
  3. a woman participant in her own marriage ceremony

Bride

Bride is British slang for one's favourite girl friend.
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bride

[n] - a woman participant in her own marriage ceremony 2. [n] - a woman who has recently been married
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Bride

Bride (brīd) noun [ Middle English bride , brid , brude , brud , burd , Anglo-Saxon brȳd ; akin to OFries. breid , OSax. brūd , Dutch bruid , Old High German prūt , brūt , German br...
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Bride

Bride transitive verb To make a bride of. [ Obsolete]
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bride

1. A woman newly married, or about to be married. 'Has by his own experience tried How much the wife is dearer than the bride.' (Lyttleton) 'I will show thee the bride, the Lamb's wife.' (Rev. Xxi. 9) ... 2. An object ardently loved. Bride of the sea, the city of Venice. ... Origin: OE. Bride, brid, brude, brud, burd, AS. Brd; akin to OFries. Breid...
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bride

noun a woman who has recently been married
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Bride

• (n.) Fig.: An object ardently loved. • (v. t.) To make a bride of. • (n.) A woman newly married, or about to be married.
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bride

(from the article `dowry`) In many developing societies the dowry served as a reciprocal gesture by the bride`s family to the groom`s kin for the expenses incurred by the ...
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Bride

(from the article `comedy`) ...contention that the essence of comedy consists of something mechanical encrusted on the living may be said to have achieved a grotesque apotheosis ...
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Bride

A bride is a woman about to be married or newlywed. In Western culture, a bride may be attended by one or more bridesmaids. ==Etymology== The word may come from the Proto-Germanic verb root *brū-, meaning `to cook, brew, or make a broth,` which was the role of the daughter-in-law in primitive families. But Aoife Curran, in Ireland Legends And F.....
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