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Czech Wedding Vows

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Here are the traditional manzelsky slib (wedding vows) spoken in the Czech Republic - not very much different from those of most other languages. We also show an English translation.

(Note: You may need to install the appropriate font or make some settings to your PC to see some of the Czech characters.)

  • Each line spoken by the priest and repeated by the groom:
    Já (groom's name), odevzdávám se tobě (bride's name),
    a přijímám tě za manželku.
    Slibuji, že ti zachovám lásku, úctu a věrnost,
    že tě nikdy neopustím,
    a že s tebou ponesu všechno dobré i zlé až do smrti;
    K tomu ať mi pomáhá Bůh. Amen.

    I, (groom's name), take you, (bride's name),
    to be my wife.
    I promise you love, honour, and respect, to be faithful to you,
    and not to forsake you until we are parted by death;
    so help me God. Amen
  • Each line spoken by the priest and repeated by the bride:
    Já (bride's name), odevzdávám se tobě (groom's name),
    a přijímám tě za manžela.
    Slibuji, že ti zachovám lásku, úctu a věrnost,
    že tě nikdy neopustím,
    a že s tebou ponesu všechno dobré i zlé až do smrti;
    K tomu ať mi pomáhá Bůh. Amen.

    I, (bride's name), take you, (groom's name),
    to be my husband,
    I promise you love, honour, and respect, to be faithful to you,
    and not to forsake you until we are parted by death;
    so help me God. Amen
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