- A Latin term that means 'wife', often seen in deeds and documents as 'et ux.', a phrase used to represent 'and wife'; originates from a historical period when women were not prominently acknowledged in legal documents
- In the deed of the house, it was written 'John et uxor' to include his wife as a co-owner.
- The ancient document included the term 'uxor' to represent the wife of the landowner.
- A couples' joint ownership of property was legally acknowledged by the term 'et uxor' on the deed.