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bride

 (brīd)
n.
A woman who is about to be married or has recently been married.

[Middle English, from Old English brȳd.]

Bride

(braɪd)
n
(Biography) Saint Bride See Bridget1

bride

(braɪd)
n
(Knitting & Sewing) lacemaking needlework a thread or loop that joins parts of a pattern. Also called: bar
[C19: from French, literally: bridle, probably of Germanic origin]

Bride

(braɪd)
n
(Biography) Saint Bride See Bridget1

bride

(braɪd)

n.
a newly married woman or a woman about to be married.
[before 1000; Middle English; Old English brȳd; c. Old Saxon brūd, Old High German brūt]

Bride

(braɪd)

n.
Saint, Brigid, Saint.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.bride - a woman who has recently been marriedbride - a woman who has recently been married
honeymooner, newlywed - someone recently married
war bride - bride of a serviceman during wartime
2.Bride - Irish abbess; a patron saint of Ireland (453-523)
3.bride - a woman participant in her own marriage ceremony
wedding party, wedding - a party of people at a wedding
participant - someone who takes part in an activity

bride

noun wife, newly-wed, marriage partner We toasted the bride and groom.
Translations
عَروسعروس
nevěsta
brud
morsian
mladamladenkanevjesta
brúîur
花嫁新婦
신부
jaunamartėjaunikisnuotakanuotakospamergė
jaunlaulātālīgava
nevesta
brud
เจ้าสาว
cô dâu

bride

[braɪd] Nnovia f
the bride and groomlos novios
bride of Christ (Rel) → esposa f de Cristo

bride

[ˈbraɪd] n (before wedding)future mariée f; (after wedding)(jeune) mariée f
the bride and groom → les jeunes mariés

bride

nBraut f; the bride and (bride)groomBraut und Bräutigam, das Hochzeitspaar; bride of ChristBraut Christi

bride

[braɪd] nsposa
the bride and groom → gli sposi, gli sposini

bride

(braid) noun
a woman about to be married, or newly married. The bride wore a white dress.
ˈbridal adjective
1. of a wedding. the bridal feast.
2. of a bride. bridal finery.
ˈbridegroom noun
a man about to be married, or newly married.
bridesmaid (ˈbraidzmeid) noun
an unmarried woman attending the bride at a wedding.

bride

عَروس nevěsta brud Braut νύφη novia morsian mariée mladenka sposa 花嫁 신부 bruid brud panna młoda noiva невеста brud เจ้าสาว gelin cô dâu 新娘
References in classic literature ?
All eyes turned toward the bridal party, and a murmur of amazement went through the throng, for neither bride nor groom removed their masks.
At midnight the parents of the bride said good-bye to her and blessed her.
There was laughter and good cheer within; for Matthew Maule, that night, was to wed the laborer's daughter, and had summoned proud Alice Pyncheon to wait upon his bride.
But it is not recorded that, in a single instance, her skill was called in to embroider the white veil which was to cover the pure blushes of a bride.
At the head, where sits the bride, is a snow-white cake, with an Eiffel tower of constructed decoration, with sugar roses and two angels upon it, and a generous sprinkling of pink and green and yellow candies.
be- lieving the bride's life in danger, and had flung the noble out into the midst of the humble and trembling wedding guests, in the parlor, and left him there aston- ished at this strange treatment, and implacably embit- tered against both bride and groom.
And now came the Crusader home, bronzed and battle-scarred, but bringing a great and splendid fame to lay at the feet of his bride.
Cole's did not seem to contradict, that when he next entered Highbury he would bring his bride.
Linton did not reply to this, I believe; and, in a fortnight more, I got a long letter, which I considered odd, coming from the pen of a bride just out of the honeymoon.
If he wonders you didn't tell him before, say it's a runaway match, and the bride is waiting for you.
They were ready to go to church; the beautiful bride, Mr.
It won't do to be like long Ned Beadwood, when they took him to church "to marry him to somebody", as he says, and left the bride behind.