ETYM Latin nuptialis, from nuptiae marriage, wedding, from nubere, nuptum, prop., to cover, to veil, hence, to marry, as the head of the bride was covered with a veil; cf. Greek nymphos bride, nymph: cf. French nuptial.
Of or pertaining to marriage; done or used at a wedding.
Pertaining to wedding.
Marriage, wedding — usually used in plural