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  • μελλόνυμφος, ἡ; see also wife. leading the bride, adj.: V. νυμφαγωγάς. bride-chamber: see bridal chamber. ⇢ Look up "bride" on Perseus Dictionaries | Perseus
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  • leading the bride = νυμφαγωγάς ⇢ Look up "leading the bride" on Perseus Dictionaries | Perseus KWIC | Perseus Corpora | Wiktionary | Wikipedia | Google
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  • as a bride; compare Latin "nupto," to marry); a young married woman (as veiled), including a betrothed girl; by implication, a son's wife: bride, daughter
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  • nymphe nymphes N F :: nymph; (semi-divine female nature/water spirit); water; bride; young maiden
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  • (lyr.); νύμφη ἄνυμφος = a bride that is no bride, unhappy bride, E.Hec.612, cf. Hipp.547 (lyr.), Men. 548. II without bride or without mistress, μέλαθρα
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  • V. μελλόνυμφος, ἡ. ⇢ Look up "betrothed bride" on Perseus Dictionaries | Perseus KWIC | Perseus Corpora | Wiktionary | Wikipedia | Google | LSJ full
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  • ἔχειν (Euripides, Fragment). lay claim to: see v., claim. THEOGL. Giving my bride to another? CHO. Yes, to those that have a better claim. THEOGL. But who
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  • 1502.— At marriage festivals it was customary to call the bridegroom and bride Gaius and Gaia, Fest. s. v. Gaia, p. 71; Quint. l. l.; Cic. Mur. 12 fin.—
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  • chair : Cels. Med. 7, 27 2 bride, rênes, guides [ordint au pl.] : Virg. En. 5, 818 ; conversis habenis Virg. En. 11, 713, tournant bride ; effusissimis habenis
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  • *h₁u̯ed- bride-price. Etymology: With ἕδνα, ἕδνον from IE *u̯ed-no- (on the aspir. Schwyzer 227) compare Slavic and a Westgermanic word for bride-price:
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  • Look up in: Navigium | Albertmartin | Latijnnederlands nupta nuptae N F :: bride
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  • following day was a dies ater, unfavorable for the offering to be made by the bride, id. ib. 1, 16. Augustus, for superstitious reasons, avoided undertaking
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  • by the suitor to the bride or her parents (φερνή being the bride's portion), Hom., Aesch. II. of wedding-gifts made to the bride by those of her own household
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  • 1629; NYMFABVS, ib. 1630; NYMPHIS, ib. 1627; 1630 sq.), f., = νύμφη. I A bride, a mistress, Ov. H. 1, 27; Tib. 3, 1, 21 (al. merita).—    2    A young woman:
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  • marry Creusa, she killed the children she had had by him, and burned the bride to death in her palace: item ut Medea Peliam concoxit senem, Plaut. Ps. 3
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  • daughter-by-marriage of the race of which the husband is a son, Il.3.49. II bride, wife, Theoc.18.15; cj. in AP12.53.5 (Mel.) :—ἐνυός is f.l. in Poll.3.32
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  • Phorcids, A.Pr.794; the Sphinx, S.OT508 (lyr.); the Fates, Pl.R.617d. 2 of a bride, Od.18.279; young wife, Il.6.247, E.Or.1438 (lyr.), Hdn.3.10.8; or concubine
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  • mss. conjux conjugis N C :: spouse/mate/consort; husband (M); wife (F)/bride/fiancee/concubine; yokemate
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  • невеста Eur. νυμφοκομέω, fut. -ήσω I. to dress a bride, Anth. II. intr. to dress oneself as a bride, Eur. [from νυμφοκόμος
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  • non serré ; fig. mou, efféminé ; subst. τὸ χαλαρόν, relâchement (de la bride d’un cheval); 2 souple; Cp. χαλαρώτερος. Étymologie: χαλάω. -ή, -ό / χαλαρός
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