betroth definition

  • verb-transitive:
    • To pledge to offer in marriage: ended up being betrothed to a member associated with the royal family.
    • Archaic To pledge to get married.
    • To contract to any one for a married relationship; to interact or promise in order to wedding; to affiance; -- utilized esp. of a lady.
    • To guarantee to just take (as the next partner); to plight one's troth to.
    • To nominate to a bishopric, being consecration.
  • verb:
    • To guarantee to offer in marriage.
    • To guarantee to just take (as a future partner); to plight an individual's troth to.
    • give in-marriage
  • others:
    • To contract to provide in-marriage to a different; guarantee or pledge a person's troth for the relationship of; affiance.
    • To engage to take relationship; pledge one's troth to marry.
    • To nominate to a bishopric in order to consecration.

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