Definition of Intermarriage

1. Noun. Marriage to a person belonging to a tribe or group other than your own as required by custom or law.

Exact synonyms: Exogamy
Generic synonyms: Marriage, Matrimony, Spousal Relationship, Union, Wedlock
Antonyms: Endogamy
Derivative terms: Exogamic, Exogamous, Intermarry



2. Noun. Marriage within one's own tribe or group as required by custom or law.
Exact synonyms: Endogamy, Inmarriage
Generic synonyms: Marriage, Matrimony, Spousal Relationship, Union, Wedlock
Derivative terms: Endogamous, Inmarry, Intermarry
Antonyms: Exogamy

Definition of Intermarriage

1. n. Connection by marriage; reciprocal marriage; giving and taking in marriage, as between two families, tribes, castes, or nations.

Definition of Intermarriage

1. Noun. a marriage between people belonging to different groups, ethnic, religious or otherwise. ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Definition of Intermarriage

1. [n -S]

Medical Definition of Intermarriage

1. 1. Marriage of relatives. 2. Marriage of persons of different races or cultures. (05 Mar 2000)

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Intermarriage

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Literary usage of Intermarriage

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1. Race Distinctions in American Law by Gilbert Thomas Stephenson (1910)
"TO WHOM THE LAWS APPLY PRESENT STATE 0V THE LAW AGAINST Intermarriage The present situation as regards intermarriage is as follows : Intermarriage between ..."

2. Conflict of Laws, Or, Private International Law by Raleigh Colston Minor (1901)
"Subsequent Legitimation — Intermarriage of Parents of Infant Bastard. ... By the municipal law of some States a subsequent intermarriage of ..."

3. Democracy and Assimilation: The Blending of Immigrant Heritages in America by Julius Drachsler (1920)
"Intermarriage, as such, is perhaps the severest test of group cohesion. ... Statistics of intermarriage furnish concrete, measurable materials in a field ..."

4. Japanese Immigration: Its Status in California by Yamato Ichihashi (1915)
"But how about intermarriage? Some hold that intermarriage is not essential to assimilation. But granting that it is essential, let us inquire somewhat on a ..."

5. The Foundations of Society and the Land: A Review of the Social Systems of by John Wynne Jeudwine (1918)
"Strong in their social system, the Irish welcomed and courted intermarriage with the stranger. The Anglo-Irish who intermarried with them were willing to do ..."

6. Darwinism and Race Progress by John Berry Haycraft (1895)
"Intermarriage does not stamp out Criminal Tendencies. It might, perhaps, then be said that intermarriage and dispersion of the criminal taint is, indeed, ..."

7. The History of Rome by Wilhelm Ihne (1871)
"Right of intermarriage. cussed or settled without their concurrence. Through their right of intercession they had obtained au influence which bears some ..."

8. Chambers's Encyclopædia: A Dictionary of Universal Knowledge for the People (1878)
"INTERLINEATIONS—Intermarriage. between the lakes, there is an almost uninterrupted . that the country affords. Ten miles southward is line of hotels or ..."

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