et uxor

Definition of "et uxor"
  1. A Latin phrase meaning 'and wife' used in historical documents, indicating shared ownership of property by a named man and his wife
How to use "et uxor" in a sentence
  1. In the ancient deed, it stated John et uxor as the property owners.
  2. The lawyer discovered John et uxor on the old documents, signifying property co-ownership.
  3. The phrase 'et uxor' on the will meant the property was equally owned by John and his wife.

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