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document a written or printed paper, often of a legal or official nature, that provides information, evidence, or proof of something, such as a birth certificate or marriage license. [1/4 definitions]
dowry the money or other property brought by a woman to her husband at marriage. [1/2 definitions]
eligibility the state or condition of being eligible, as for office, membership, marriage, or participation in some activity.
eligible fit, worthy, or desirable, esp. for marriage. [1/2 definitions]
endogamy marriage within one's own class, clan, caste, tribe, or other social unit. (Cf. exogamy.) [1/2 definitions]
engage to promise (oneself or another), esp. with the aim of entering into marriage. [1/11 definitions]
engaged keeping a promise and plan of marriage; betrothed. [1/4 definitions]
engagement a pledge to be married; period of anticipating marriage; betrothal. [1/4 definitions]
espousal a ceremony of marriage or engagement; betrothal. [1/2 definitions]
espouse to take in marriage. [1/2 definitions]
exogamy marriage outside of one's tribe or similar social unit. (Cf. endogamy.) [1/2 definitions]
extended family a large group of relatives related by blood, marriage, or adoption who compose a single household or live close to each other. [1/2 definitions]
family a group of people related by blood kinship or marriage. [1/8 definitions]
fornicate to have sexual relations out of marriage.
-gamous having (such) a number of spouses or type of marriage. [1/2 definitions]
-gamy marriage, or union for propagation. [1/2 definitions]
hand a pledge of marriage or permission for a marriage. [1/17 definitions]
Hera in Greek mythology, the wife and sister of Zeus and goddess of marriage; Juno.
honeymoon a vacation or trip taken by a couple to celebrate their marriage. [2/4 definitions]
Hymen in Greek mythology, the god of marriage.
impediment an obstacle to entering into a legal contract such as marriage. [1/3 definitions]