What is bride?

  • (noun): A woman who has recently been married.
    See also — Additional definitions below


A bride is a woman about to be married or newlywed.

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... The Five-minute Bride (1997) The Troublemaker Bride (1997) The You-can't-make-me Bride (2000) ...
Children Of The Bride
... Children of the Bride is a 1990 TV movie directed by Jonathan Sanger ... The film was followed by Baby of the Bride (1991) and Mother of the Bride (1993) ...
Sexism In India - Discrimination Against Women - Dowry
... (maintenance of lists of presents to the bride and bridegroom) rules were framed ... a signed list of presents given at the time of the marriage to the bride and the bridegroom should be maintained ... The term for this is "bride burning" and is criticised within India itself ...
Bride - Gallery
... American bride in the late 19th century, wearing a fashionable dark-colored dress Scandinavian bride and maid (bottom right) in 1876 Bride at a Shinto wedding Qing dynasty-style traditional ...
Afghan Wedding - Nikah
... In Afghan weddings, the bride and groom are traditionally kept in separate rooms ... The bride is represented in the Nikah by her father or a close male relative ... groom has accepted the terms of the marriage, the mullah then comes before the bride and asks three times if she accepts the marriage ...

More definitions of "bride":

  • (noun): A woman participant in her own marriage ceremony.

Famous quotes containing the word bride:

    I was disappointed in Niagara—most people must be disappointed in Niagara. Every American bride is taken there, and the sight of the stupendous waterfall must be one of the earliest, if not the keenest, disappointments in American married life.
    Oscar Wilde (1854–1900)

    Of what is real I say,
    Is it the old, the roseate parent or
    The bride come jingling, kissed and cupped, or else
    The spirit and all ensigns of the self?
    Wallace Stevens (1879–1955)

    A bride at her second marriage does not wear a veil. She wants to see what she is getting.
    Helen Rowland (1875–1950)