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we'd

 (wēd)
1. Contraction of we had.
2. Contraction of we would.

we'd

(wiːd; unstressed wɪd)
contraction of
we had or we would

wed

(wɛd)

v. wed•ded wed, wed•ding. v.t.
1. to marry (another person) in a formal ceremony; take as one's husband or wife.
2. to unite (a couple) in marriage or wedlock; marry.
3. to bind; attach firmly: to wed oneself to the cause of the poor.
4. to blend; unite.
v.i.
5. to contract marriage; marry.
6. to become united or to blend.
[before 900; Middle English wedden, Old English weddian to pledge, c. Old Frisian weddia, Old High German wettōn, Old Norse vethja to pledge, Gothic gawadjōn to espouse]

we'd

(wid)
contraction of we had, we should, or we would.

Wed.

Wednesday.