Definition of bridezilla
: a bride or bride-to-be who is extremely demanding and difficult to deal with You've heard about Bridezillas: women who get so wrapped up in their weddings that they tick off friends, insult family, and abuse florists, photographers, and caterers. — Anuradha Koli, Cosmopolitan, June 2003 … the public-health agency released a wedding survival guide, which explains how to tame a bridezilla. — Time, 30 July 2012
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Origin and Etymology of bridezilla
blend of 1bride and Godzilla, dinosaur-like monster introduced in the Japanese film of the same name in 1954 (Anglicized adaptation of Japanese Gojira)
First Known Use: 1995
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