dowry

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İngilizce - Türkçe
{i} çeyiz

Güzel bir yüz çeyizin yarısı kadardır. - A beautiful face is half of the dowry.

(Kanun) cihaz
ağırlık
başlık parası
{i} yetenek
{i} allah vergisi
{i} drahoma
dowry assurance
çeyiz sigortası
dowry payment
Başlık parası
İngilizce - İngilizce
Property or payment given by a wife or her family to a husband at the time of marriage. (In some cultures, it is the husband who pays the dowry to the wife’s family.)
the property which a wife brings to her husband in marriage
See Note under Dower
{i} dowery, money or estate that a woman brings to her groom; bride-price; natural gift, endowment
(mohar; i e , price paid for a wife, Gen 34: 12; Ex 22: 17; 1 Sam 18: 25), a nuptial present; some gift, as a sum of money, which the bridegroom offers to the father of his bride as a satisfaction before he can receive her Jacob had no dowry to give for his wife, but he gave his services (Gen 29: 18; 30: 20; 34: 12)
Goods sent with a girl at her marriage, either as payment to the husband's kin or as payment of the women's share of her family estate
The money, goods, or estate, which a woman brings to her husband in marriage; a bride's portion on her marriage
Dowry is used here to refer to bridewealth payments made to the family of the wife
A gift; endowment
Property or payment brought by a wife or her family to a husband at the time of marriage. (In some cultures, it is the husband who pays the dowry to the wife's family.)
A present given to a new husband by the bride upon marriage It took the form of land, goods, or money
A marital exchange in which the wife's group provides substantial gifts to the husband's family
A gift or presents for the bride, on espousal
money or property brought by a woman to her husband at marriage
Property a bride brings o her husband for the duration of a marriage
the woman's share of her inheritance from the group of her birth, which is taken with her upon marriage
A woman's dowry is the money and goods which, in some cultures, her family gives to the man that she marries. dowries property and money that a woman gives to her husband when they marry in some societies. Money, goods, or estate that a woman brings to her husband in marriage. The dowry has a long history in Europe, South Asia, Africa, and other parts of the world. Some of its basic functions are to protect the wife against ill treatment by her husband, since a dowry can be a conditional gift; to help the husband discharge the responsibilities of marriage, since the dowry makes it possible for the young man to establish a household; to provide the wife with support in case of her husband's death; and to compensate the groom's kin for their payment of bridewealth. In Europe, the dowry served to build the power and wealth of great families and played a role in the politics of grand alliance through marriage. The giving of a dowry more or less disappeared in Europe in the 19th and 20th centuries. The practice grew, however, in South Asia. In some cases, delayed or insufficient dowry made some young wives the victims of murder by their husbands or in-laws, a practice known as "bride burning" or "dowry death
property a bride brings to her husband for the duration of a marriage
A gift; endowment The money, goods, or estate, which a woman brings to her husband in marriage; a bride's portion on her marriage
money or property granted to woman (usually by parents) for her support upon entering marriage or religious life
Money or property brought to a husband by his wife upon their marriage
dowery
reverse dowry
A sum of money or other valuables paid by a bridegroom or on his behalf to the family of the bride, in some cultures

Doug's mother, Lynn Sakowitz Wyatt, reveals that before her father, Bernard, would allow her to marry Coastal Corp. chairman Oscar Wyatt, he negotiated a reverse dowry giving him $1 million in corporate stock.

reverse-dowry
Alternative spelling of reverse dowry
dowries
plural of dowry
dowry

    Heceleme

    dow·ry

    Türkçe nasıl söylenir

    dauri

    Eş anlamlılar

    marriage portion

    Telaffuz

    /ˈdourē/ /ˈdaʊriː/

    Etimoloji

    [ 'dau(-&)-rE ] (noun.) 14th century. Middle English dowarie, from Anglo-French, irregular from Medieval Latin dotarium, from Latin dot-, dos gift, marriage portion; more at DATE.

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