Translation of bridegroom in Spanish:


novio, n.

Pronunciation /ˈbraɪdˌɡrum/ /ˈbrʌɪdɡruːm/


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    novio masculine
    • Men give money to a bridegroom on his wedding day to help him meet expenses.
    • The Danaides murdered their bridegrooms on their wedding night.
    • Suggesting that this is an opera about fidelity, he has made all the characters brides and bridegrooms.
    • I attended a wedding in which the bridegroom made a speech so serious that I wondered if I had attended a funeral.
    • Both the bridegroom and bride usually wear formal clothes for this event.
    • It is bad luck if the bridegroom sees the wedding dress before the day of the wedding.
    • The bride's mom tells her she disapproves of the bridegroom and won't be attending the wedding.
    • The bridegroom invests everything he has in the wedding and invites everyone.
    • The groom's father and the bridegroom look sheepish and shake their heads.
    • Despite the persistent rumours that the bridegroom was a woman in disguise, the wedding went ahead.
    • Thus before World War II bridegrooms were 27 year old on the average and brides 23.
    • Everyone grew silent as the three bridegrooms came in the room.
    • As a result, these men will become the prospective bridegrooms for ladies of the West!
    • At the feast which follows the three bridegrooms wager on whose wife is the most docile and submissive.
    • The proud bridegroom is an entrepreneur in Memphis, TN.
    • The bridegroom and his relatives ride after her.
    • His captain was acting like a nervous bridegroom.
    • The bridegroom is a graduate of Florida A&M University.
    • He also plays one of the main characters: the bridegroom.
    • The bridegroom then speaks, thanking everyone for attending.