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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
a woman who has just been or is about to be married
[Old English brӯd; related to Old Norse brūthr, Gothic brūths daughter-in-law, Old High German brūt]

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 ?
Then the queen her mother, packed up a great many costly things; jewels, and gold, and silver; trinkets, fine dresses, and in short everything that became a royal bride.
were the comments in the crowd, when Levin, meeting his bride in the entrance, walked with her into the church.
Also how the fair bride was married from the house of Hamilton Veneering, Esquire, of Stucconia, and was given away by Melvin Twemlow, Esquire, of Duke Street, St James's, second cousin to Lord Snigsworth, of Snigsworthy Park.
But she has been taken from me and is to become an old knight's bride this very day; and as for me, I care not what ending comes to my days, or how soon, without her.
Who was the first bride who came to this house, Captain Jim?
On the highest, rear seat was James Williams, of Cloverdale, Missouri, and his Bride.
The bride and most of her company had been too much occupied with the bustle of entrance to hear the first boding stroke of the bell, or at least to reflect on the singularity of such a welcome to the altar.
Then he said, 'You are mine, and I am thine; you are my bride and have set me free
I DWELT alone In a world of moan, And my soul was a stagnant tide, Till the fair and gentle Eulalie became my blushing bride - Till the yellow-haired young Eulalie became my smiling bride.
No doubt the old cheery publicity is a little embarrassing to the two most concerned, and the old marriage customs, the singing of the bride and bridegroom to their nuptial couch, the frank jests, the country horse-play, must have fretted the souls of many a lover before Shelley, who, it will be remembered, resented the choral celebrations of his Scotch landlord and friends by appearing at his bedroom door with a brace of pistols.
At the expiration of these, Kowsoter, called at his lodge, and informed him that he would bring his bride to him in the course of the afternoon.
Each witness brought a friend, and all four, with Luigi, came to escort the bride.