"I eat with my husband."
Translation:Yo como con mi marido.
So, "marido" is interchangeable with "esposo". Can you say "marida" for "esposa"?
In movies subtitles "marido" is ranked 570 most common word used and "esposo" is ranked 930. "esposa" is ranked 332. I'm not sure if "marida" means "esposa". It is not in the top 50,000 most frequent Spanish words in subtitles.
Marida does not mean esposa. The feminine counterpart to "marido" is just "mujer" (woman).
At a wedding, for example, the two novios will be pronounced "marido y mujer."
husband, and this woman over here, shes not really important so we won't make a new word for her. :P
Well in English, it is said, "I now pronounce you man and wife." Yet, it's still appropriate to call your spouse your husband. Many translation sites claim that "marida" translates to wife, so I wonder if it's regional or simply a mistake.
Well, in English they say "Man and wife" ...and in Spanish they say "Husband and woman," I guess!
At first I read it as "I eat my husband." (It was a translate to Spanish exercise, btw.)