"bridegroom" French translation
Bridegroom, I don't give a damn how a man prays.
This principle is ensured during the marriage ceremony, when the bride and the bridegroom confirm their intention to enter into marriage.
In most cases such marriages end up in divorce since the motive of the bridegroom behind that matrimony was to protect himself from any criminal charges of rape.
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Usage examples for "bridegroom" in French
May your Bridegroom Jesus reward you for the good you are doing!
In the absence of such a decision, the “previous surname of the bridegroom” becomes the joint surname.
God's the bridegroom and man's spirit's the bride.
Marriage would not be legalized without the consent of bride and bridegroom given voluntarily and freely.
Other practices include the sale of girls to foreign “buyers”, including much older and affluent bridegrooms.
The objects constituting dowry were given by the bride or by her family to the bridegroom in order to contribute towards the expenses of the marriage.
The average age of brides and bridegrooms at the time of marriage is higher from year to year, and in 2000 bridegrooms were on average 31.4, and brides 28.4 years.
Among some indigenous peoples, it is still the custom for the parents or grandparents, rather than the bridegroom, to choose the bride.
However, in 2006, the Malvatumauri National Council of Chiefs' discouraged the practice and encouraged the exchange of gifts between the bride and bridegroom's family.
Adopting an image dear to the Prophets, one could say that in both cases God reveals himself as the bridegroom before the bride (cf. Hos 2:16-24; Jer 2:2; Is 54:4-8).
Before or at the wedding the engaged couple can decide to use the “previous surname” of the bridegroom” or the “previous surname” of the bride, as their joint surname.
Thus, marriage among wealthy Bariba and Goun can take place at the age of 10-12 years if the bridegroom undertakes not to “touch” the bride before the age of 18-20.
The average age of bride and bridegroom at marriage has been increasing consistently, reaching in 2004 an average age of 32.6 years for men and 29.6 for women.
Although the wedding feast is essentially a time of joy, Jesus warns his disciples that the Bridegroom will be taken from them.
In all the customary laws authority of arranging betrothals is given to the male parents or male relatives of the bridegroom (except for the Kunama who follow matriarchal pattern).
...Jesus Christ, the bridegroom who loves and gives himself as the Saviour of humanity, uniting it to himself as his body...reveals the original truth of marriage, the truth of the "beginning" (cf.
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