1. Bridegrooms of Scottish descent often wear full Highland dress, as do their groomsmen
2. 18 synonyms and near synonyms of Bridegrooms from the Merriam-Webster Thesaurus, plus 7 antonyms and near antonyms
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4. Bridegrooms: a man who has just married or is about to be married
5. The "Bridegrooms" name lasted until 1891 when it was shortened to the Brooklyn Grooms, although other nicknames were also used in parallel
6. The name became the Bridegrooms again starting in 1896, and would not change until Ned Hanlon became manager at which time the press took to calling the team the Brooklyn Superbas.
Became, Bridegrooms, Brooklyn
7. 1890 Brooklyn Bridegrooms Statistics
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9. Bridegrooms OF THE LAW (Heb., sing., חֲתַן תּוֹרָה, ḥatan Torah), honorary titles bestowed on those who are called up to the reading of certain sections of the law during the morning service of *Simḥat Torah (which coincides, in Israel, with Shemini Aẓeret), when the annual cycle of the reading of the Torah is concluded and a new one begun.
Bridegrooms, Bestowed, Begun
10. Bridegrooms 19 January, 2020 Academically and professionally qualified and well mannered brides from respectable families are sought by Sri Lankan Buddhist parents for their Engineer son aged 34 citizen of Australia and Doctor son aged 28 working in Australia (PR Holder).
Bridegrooms, Brides, By, Buddhist
11. Clark was the primary catcher for the 1889 Brooklyn Bridegrooms, a club that won handily the American Association with a 93-44 record before ultimately falling to the New York Giants 6 …
Brooklyn, Bridegrooms, Before
12. With The Bridegrooms, Pittman proves that her gift for rendering small town Americana and all its accompanying charm on the page is unparalleled
13. Heavenly Bridegrooms, it will be noticed, predominate over heavenly brides in Borderland traditions
Bridegrooms, Be, Brides, Borderland
14. When a baseball player from the visiting team, the Bridegrooms, hits someone in the stands with a ball, it brings the victim and members of both teams to Vada's house where her father, the doctor, can care for the victim privately.
Baseball, Bridegrooms, Ball, Brings, Both
15. Animal Brides and Animal Bridegrooms: an index page of folktales about marriage with a beast
Brides, Bridegrooms, Beast
16. Yet in some stories, Animal Brides and Bridegrooms are less benign figures.
Brides, Bridegrooms, Benign
17. 1897 Brooklyn Bridegrooms Roster
18. The 1897 Brooklyn Bridegrooms team roster seen on this page includes every player who appeared in a game during the 1897 season
19. 9 Just because your Bridegrooms have died, that is no reason for punishing us
20. 1896 Brooklyn Bridegrooms Roster
21. The 1896 Brooklyn Bridegrooms team roster seen on this page includes every player who appeared in a game during the 1896 season
22. Spanish Legionaries charged into battle crying, “Long Live Death.” They sang of being “the Bridegrooms of Death” and proved they meant it with over 10,000 killed and 35,000 wounded
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24. With the 1888 season, the Brooklyn Grays underwent a name change to the Brooklyn Bridegrooms, a nickname that resulted from several team members getting married around the same time.Also, owner Charles Byrne decided to withdraw from managing the team's on field activities and turned the reins over to more experienced baseball manager Bill McGunnigle.
Brooklyn, Bridegrooms, Byrne, Baseball, Bill
25. To find their future mate, prospective brides and Bridegrooms need to climb a few steps
26. Suddenly, the subdued house is filled with visitors, from a flirtatious, would-be sports writer to the Bridegrooms’ handsome star hitter to the guilt-ridden ballplayer who should have caught the stray shot
Be, Bridegrooms, Ballplayer
27. What does Bridegrooms mean? Plural form of bridegroom
28. "Bridegrooms” was a 19th-century nickname of the Brooklyn club that later became the Brooklyn Dodgers, now the Los Angeles Dodgers
Bridegrooms, Brooklyn, Became
29. Several of the team’s players were recently married, and the name “Brooklyn Bridegrooms” appears to have begun in the spring of 1888.
Brooklyn, Bridegrooms, Begun
30. Hog Bridegrooms tales of Aarne-Thompson-Uther type 441 in which a beautiful maiden is forced to marry a hog or a hedgehog edited and/or translated by
Bridegrooms, Beautiful, By
31. In The Bridegrooms, Allison Pittman portrays women during the middle 1800 s and their goal of trying to get Bridegrooms
32. “All the Bridegrooms from our community dressed and left for the wedding from this house,” says Juliet
33. “Four Bridegrooms with few of their friends, who were arrested, are in our custody; they will soon be prosecuted,” he said
A bridegroom (often shortened to groom) is a man who is about to be married or who is newlywed . When marrying, the bridegroom's future spouse, (if female) is usually referred to as the bride.
Etymology. The first mention of the term bridegroom dates to 1604, from the Old English brȳdguma, a compound of brȳd (bride) and guma (man, human being, hero). It is related to the Old Saxon brūdigomo, the Old High German brūtigomo, the German Bräutigam, and the Old Norse brúðgumi.
groom, bridegroom(noun) a man participant in his own marriage ceremony. Synonyms: stableboy, bridegroom, hostler, stableman, ostler. stableman, stableboy, groom, hostler, ostler(noun) someone employed in a stable to take care of the horses.
A bride is a woman who is about to be married or who is newlywed. When marrying, the bride's future spouse, (if male) is usually referred to as the bridegroom or groom. In Western culture, a bride may be attended by one or more bridesmaids.