- nuptial: see nubile
- nuptial (adj.)
- late 15c., from Middle French nuptial, or directly from Latin nuptialis "pertaining to marriage," from nuptiae "wedding," from nupta, fem. past participle of nubere "to marry, wed, take as a husband," related to Greek nymphe "bride," from PIE *sneubh- "to marry, wed" (cognates: Old Church Slavonic snubiti "to love, woo," Czech snoubiti "to seek in marriage," Slovak zasnubit "to betroth"). Related: Nuptially.
- 1. Their nuptial day hasn't been determined.
- 2. I went to the room which he had called the nuptial chamber.
- 3. He would not leave much mystery for the nuptial night.
- 4. Has the nuptial dress photography profession being employed experience.
- 5. Second, he should draw up a pre - nuptial agreement.
- 其次, 他应当起草一份婚前协议.
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