Meaning of till death do us part in English:

till death do us part


(also till death us do part)
  • For as long as each of a couple live.

    ‘to have and to hold, to love and to cherish, till death do us part’
    • ‘‘In sickness and in health, to love and to cherish, till death us do part’: these are words spoken by grown-ups.’
    • ‘God's blessing is bestowed on the couple's pledge of fidelity ‘till death us do part.’’
    • ‘This promise to love, honor, and cherish till death us do part was precisely a recognition of our new state of unity.’
    • ‘Christian marriage is almost defined in terms of loyalty: ‘to have and to hold… for richer, for poorer,… in sickness and in health,… till death us do part.’’
    • ‘But maybe players will realise that the idea of planning your possible divorce before vowing ‘till death us do part’ is a victory for pragmatism over romance.’


    From the marriage service in the Book of Common Prayer.