Uxor


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Uxor

[Latin, Wife.] A woman who is legally married.

The term et uxor (Latin for "and his wife"), frequently abbreviated to et ux., is used in indexing conveyances, particularly in cases where a Husband and Wife are joint grantors or grantees.

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.

UXOR, civil law. A woman lawfully married.

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Hiera fuit, uxor Telephi, mulier omnium (quas Prothesilaus vidit) maxima atque pulcherrima.
Additionally, the uxor dotata of Menaechmi is reminded by her father, quotiens monstravi tibi viro ut morem geras quid ilk faciat ne id opserves, quo eat, quid rerum gerat (How many times have I told you that you must be compliant with your husband's wishes, not pay attention to what he is doing, where he is going, and how he conducts his affairs?
6: 'sunt forisfacta ratione felonie predicte'; 'Regis paupertati et inopie Dionisie que fuit uxor eiusdem Roberti et liberorum suorum compacientes de gratia sua speciali dedit eisdem bona et catalla predicta ad sustentacionem suam.
No es necesario, como mostraba Wright con los ejemplos de mulier y uxor, que la pronunciacion de los emisores y los receptores sea la misma ni que aparezca claramente explicitada; pero si es imprescindible que exista la posibilidad de vincular inequivocamente la expresion oral y escrita de cada unidad lexica, incluso si tal unidad fuera particularmente caracteristica de una de las dos modalidades, como era el caso de uxor.
Cayo Suetonio Tranquilo relata algunos de los augurios en su obra De vita Caesarum: "ea uero nocte, cui inluxit diez caedis, et ipse sibi uisus est per quietem interdum supra nubes uolitare, alias cum Ioue dextram iungere; et Calpurnia uxor irnaginata est conlabi fastigium domus maritumque in gremio suo confodi; ac subito cubiculi fores sponte patuerunt" (s.
Habria sido igualmente por voluntad de Constanza que su viudo dono San Salvador de Nogal, monasterium cum omnibus uillis et ereditatibus siue possessionibus suis sicut eum obtinuit uxor mea usque ad obitu eius, al monasterio de Sahagun?
Bene etenim et iustum est ut uxor simper subiecta sit viro suo.
The analysis of the expression of possession was done on the following nouns: body parts: auris 'ear', caput 'head', corpus Tbody', manus 'hand', oculus 'eye', os 'mouth', pes 'foot' (including those examples in which the nouns are used with a different meaning, but which also express the part-whole relation, such as os aedium 'door of the house'); kin terms: avus 'grandfather', gnata 'daughter', gnatus 'son', filia 'daughter', filius 'son', frater 'brother', mater 'mother', nepos 'grandson', nepotulus 'little grandson', pater 'father', patruus 'uncle', prognatus 'son', soror 'sister', uxor 'wife', and five other nouns which are categorized differently depending on the author: anima 'soul', animus 'soul', ingenium 'nature, temperament', nomen 'name', vita 'life'.
Ideoque sacerdotibus eius centesima pars frugum per singulos immolabatur annos; quo sacrifitio ueluti contenta Echate uxor Plutonis fertilem semper faciebat tellurem.
The difference between actual life and artistic representation may also be explained by comparing characters such as the Wife of Bath or Uxor Noe with vocally aggressive "real world" women who could find themselves on a cucking stool or fitted with a "scold's bridle, an iron mask intended to still the tongue," for using language in a similar way (p.
In articulo diei illius ingressus est Noe, et Sem, et Cham, et Japheth filii ejus; uxor illius, et tres uxores filiorum ejus cum eis in arcam (Genesis 7: 13) (2)
I wonder, did Roman uxor apply to women without men?