Meaning of bride-cup in English:

bride-cup

Pronunciation /ˈbrʌɪdkʌp/

noun

historical
  • A cup or bowl from which the bride and groom drink as part of a wedding ceremony.

    Occasionally in figurative and Christian contexts.

Origin

Mid 16th century; earliest use found in John Heywood (c1496–c1578), playwright and epigrammatist. From bride + cup.