uxor

Latin, meaning: wife, spouse.
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Uxor

(Latin) wife; a wife in Roman society would generally be under the control of the paterfamilias, or the male head of the household; she would enter into connubium (marriage) with her husband.
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uxor

[n] - (legal terminology) the Latin word for wife
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uxor

ux noun (legal terminology) the Latin word for wife
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uxor

uxor 1. In civil law, a wife; a woman lawfully married. 2. Et uxor, and his wife. Often abbreviated 'et ux.' 3. Jure uxoris, a term used in reference to a husband who brings about some legal action on behalf of his wife.
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Uxor

civil law. A woman lawfully married.
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Uxor

(n) Uxor is defined as the wife of the person who has entered an agreement with another party. The term Uxor is used when the property and benefits of the proposed agreement is to be bestowed with a legal hire. The word is Latin origin referring as the property of a man to represent the wife.
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uxor

n. Latin for "wife." In deeds and documents the term "et ux." is sometimes used to mean "and wife," stemming from a time when a wife was a mere legal appendage of a man and not worthy of being named.
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Uxor

Uxor is the Latin for wife, often abbreviated as ux., and often used in the form `et uxor` or `et ux.` (literally `and wife`) to indicate a couple comprising the identified man and his otherwise-unidentified wife. For example, many older property deeds list the owners in the form `John Smith et ux.` In the present day, most jurisdictions w...
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Uxor

See: et uxor
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