WED, v.t. [L., to give bail; a league; probably both are of one family.]1. To marry; to take for a husband or for wife.--Since the day I saw thee first, and wedded thee.2. To join in marriage.And Adam, wedded to another Eve, shall live with her--3. To unite closely in affection; to attach firmly. WE are apt to be wedded to our own customs and opinions.Men are wedded to their lusts.4. To unite for ever.Thou art wedded to calamity.5. To espouse; to take part with.They wedded his cause.
WED, v.i. To marry; to contract matrimony.When shall I wed?
WED, n. A pledge.