Definition of left handed marriage. Meaning of left handed marriage. Synonyms of left handed marriage

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- Morganatic marriage, sometimes called a left-handed marriage, is a marriage between people of unequal social rank, which in the context of royalty or other...
- unlucky or even malicious by the right-handed majority. Many languages still contain references to left-handedness to convey awkwardness, dishonesty, stupidity...
- particularly in the Isle of Skye, show some records of a 'Handfast" or "left-handed" marriage taking in the late 1600s, when the Gaelic scholar Martin Martin...
- Marriage, also called matrimony or wedlock, is a culturally and often legally recognized union between people called spouses. It establishes rights and...
- century, his ****ociated £20,000 alleged lunacy prin****lly for a left-handed marriage and being profligate caused the property to be sold in 1900 to Joseph...
- conditions as her predecessor, that is the consent of the queen to a "left-handed marriage" and a dowry. Sophie married Frederick at Charlottenburg Palace 11 April...
- typically worn on the base of the left or right ring finger; if the wearer is left-handed, often it will go onto the right hand. The choice of the ring finger...
- accepted on condition that the queen's consent should be gained to a left-handed marriage with the King to ease her conscience. Julie was married to Frederick...
- This type of marriage is resorted to when the groom and bride are both very young. Thus, the protection of the bride or daughter is handed over by her...
- left hand to receive the ring, hence the alternative term 'marriage with the left hand' (Ger. Ehe zur linken Hand), the offspring of such marriages considered...