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A Latin phrase meaning "and the wife." It is used in legal documents to identify a man's wife as party to a proceeding even though she is otherwise unmentioned. This is most common in property and marital cases. It is often abbreviated "et ux." The equivalent when a woman's husband is mentioned but not named is "et vir."
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et virLatin for “and man,” it is often used interchangeably with “et con” to mean “and husband.”
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