spouse

[n] - a person`s partner in marriage
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Spouse

Spouse noun [ Old French espous , espos , fem. espouse , French époux , épouse , from Latin sponsus , sponsa , propast participle p. of spondere , sponsum , to promise solemnly, to engage one's self. Confer Despond , Espou
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Spouse

Spouse transitive verb [ See Espouse , and Spouse, noun ] To wed; to espouse. [ Obsolete] « This markis hath her spoused with a ring.» Chaucer. « Though spoused , yet wanting wedlock's solemnize.» Spenser. «
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spouse

1. A man or woman engaged or joined in wedlock; a married person, husband or wife. 'At last such grace I found, and means I wrought, That that lady to my spouse had won.' (Spenser) ... 2. A married man, in distinct from a spousess or married woman; a bridegroom or husband. 'At which marriage was [were] no person present but the spouse, the spousess
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spouse

partner 1 married person noun a person`s partner in marriage
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Spouse

• (n.) A married man, in distinct from a spousess or married woman; a bridegroom or husband. • (n.) A man or woman engaged or joined in wedlock; a married person, husband or wife. • (n.) To wed; to espouse.
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spouse

spouse Etymology: from about 1200, 'a married woman in relation to her husband' (also of men), from Old French spus; feminine spuse, from Latin sponsus, 'bridegroom'; feminine sponsa, 'bride'; from masculine and feminine spondere, 'to bind oneself, to promise solemnly'.
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Spouse

The term spouse generally refers to a partner in a marriage: == See also == ...
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Spouse

Legal term for husband or wife.
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Spouse

A person who is legally married to someone else.
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Spouse

Legally married husband or wife. A co-habiting partner does not qualify as a spouse for immigration purposes. A common-law husband or wife may or may not qualify as a spouse for immigration purposes, depending on the laws of the country where the relationship occurs.
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