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mat·ri·mo·ny / ˈmatrəˌmōnē/ • n. the state or ceremony of being married; marriage: a couple joined in matrimony the sacrament of holy matrimony.

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matrimony XIV. — AN. matrimonie = OF. matremoi(g)ne — L. mātrimōnium, f. māter, mātri- MOTHER1; see -MONY.
So matrimonial XVI. — (O)F. or L.

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