marriage (n.)

14世纪, mariage, “进入婚姻的行动;” 也是“作为丈夫和妻子的状态或条件, matrimony, wedlock;” 也是“一个男人和一个女人通过婚姻终身的结合, 一个特殊的婚姻结合;” 来自古法语 mariage “婚姻; 嫁妆” (12世纪), 来自古拉丁语 *maritaticum (11世纪), 来自拉丁语 maritatus, maritare 的过去分词“结婚, 结婚, 给予婚姻” (见 marry (v.) ). 维加拉丁语也是意大利语 maritaggio, 西班牙语 maridaje, 以及比较 mariachi 的来源.

意思是“婚姻的誓言, 正式的声明或合同, 两个人通过它加入婚姻;” 也“婚礼, 婚姻的庆祝活动; 结婚仪式” 是从14世纪晚期开始的 形象化使用(非神学) “亲密的结合, 一个连接, 好像通过婚姻” 是从14世纪晚期开始的

[W]hen two people are under the influence of the most violent, most insane, most delusive, and most transient of passions, they are required to swear that they will remain in that excited, abnormal, and exhausting condition until death do them part. [G. B. Shaw, preface to “Getting Married,” 1908]

Marriage counseling 到1939年, 这个名字被记录下来. Marriage bed 形象化的婚姻性交一般, 是证明从1580年代(bed of marriage 是从15世纪初).

Origin and meaning of marriage

updated on October 13, 2021

Definitions of marriage from WordNet

marriage (n.)
the state of being a married couple voluntarily joined for life (or until divorce);
a long and happy marriage
Synonyms: matrimony / union / spousal relationship / wedlock
marriage (n.)
two people who are married to each other;
his second marriage was happier than the first
Synonyms: married couple / man and wife
marriage (n.)
the act of marrying; the nuptial ceremony;
their marriage was conducted in the chapel
Synonyms: wedding / marriage ceremony
marriage (n.)
a close and intimate union;
a marriage of ideas
the marriage of music and dance
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