Groomsman



[groomz-muh n, groo mz-] /ˈgrumz mən, ˈgrʊmz-/

noun, plural groomsmen.
1.
a man who attends the bridegroom in a wedding ceremony.
/ˈɡruːmzmən; ˈɡrʊmz-/
noun (pl) -men
1.
a man who attends the bridegroom at a wedding, usually the best man
n.

attendant on a bridegroom at a wedding, 1690s, from groom (n.1) + man (n.).

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