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marriage, marrying, the state of being married; more specific tags are `wedding` and `intermarriage`

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back, not as a wife, but as a pilegesh (informal marriage without kiddushin or Ketuba)? It only says "lo Yikakh" - take her in marriage, here he is not formally married to her. Same question would be if he falls in love with a lady that is divorced whom he takes as a Pilegesh. …
asked Mar 17 by chatul