One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
Married, wedded; joined in marriage; given as a spouse (literal and figurative).
Originally: †a married person; a person to whom someone is married or (occasionally) has been given as a spouse (obsolete). Later (with the and plural concord): married people. Now rare.
Middle English; earliest use found in St. Lucy. Partly from spouse + -ed.
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