biwedden etymology

Middle English word biwedden comes from Old English weddian (To betroth. To pledge, to promise. To wed, to marry.), Old English butan (Except for, but, unless Without, except.)

Detailed word origin of biwedden

Dictionary entryLanguageDefinition
weddian Old English (ang) To betroth. To pledge, to promise. To wed, to marry.
butan Old English (ang) Except for, but, unless Without, except.
beweddian Old English (ang) To wed, betroth, pledge, plight, give security for.
biwedden Middle English (enm)

Words with the same origin as biwedden

Descendants of weddian
wedden weddien wedding weddynge
Descendants of butan
aboute boute but buten