conjunx

, conjugis m , f
  супруг, супруга

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  • piissima regina conjunx divi imperatoris — The most pious queen consort of the sacred emperor. See 1 Bl Comm 218 …   Ballentine's law dictionary

  • con — I. transitive verb (conned; conning) Etymology: Middle English connen to know, learn, study, alteration of cunnen to know, infinitive of can more at can Date: 13th century 1. to commit to memory 2. to study or examine closely II. variant of conn …   New Collegiate Dictionary

  • William Petre — Sir William Petre (circa 1505 – 1572) was born in Devon in 1505 and educated as a lawyer at Exeter College, Oxford. He became a public servant, probably through the influence of the Boleyns, one of whom, George, he had tutored at Oxford and… …   Wikipedia

  • Tibullus, Albius — ▪ Roman poet born c. 55 BC died c. 19 BC       Roman poet, the second in the classical sequence of great Latin writers of elegiacs that begins with Cornelius Gallus and continues through Tibullus and Sextus Propertius to Ovid. Quintilian… …   Universalium

  • conjugal — 1540s, from M.Fr. conjugal (13c.), from L. conjugalis relating to marriage, from conjunx (gen. conjugis) spouse, related to conjugare to join together, from com together (see COM (Cf. com )) + jugare to join, from jugum …   Etymology dictionary

  • conjugal — /ˈkɒndʒəgəl / (say konjuhguhl), / dʒu / (say jooh ) adjective concerning husband and wife; marital. {Latin conjugālis, from conjunx husband or wife} –conjugality /kɒndʒəˈgæləti/ (say konjuh galuhtee), / dʒu / (say jooh ), noun –conjugally, adverb …   Australian English dictionary

  • Weib — (s. ⇨ Frau). 1. A jüng Weib is wie a schön Vögele, was män muss halten in Steigele (Vogelbauer). (Jüd. deutsch. Warschau.) 2. A schämedig (schamhaftes) Weib is güt zü schlugen. (Warschau.) – Blass, 11. Weil es, um keinen Scandal zu machen, den… …   Deutsches Sprichwörter-Lexikon

  • i̯eu-2, i̯eu̯ǝ-, i̯eu̯-g- —     i̯eu 2, i̯eu̯ǝ , i̯eu̯ g     English meaning: to tie together, yoke     Deutsche Übersetzung: “verbinden”     Note: probably as 1. i̯eu “vermengen” from “in Bewegung place” evolved; s. also i̯eu dhand i̯eu ni .     Material: O.Ind. yáuti,… …   Proto-Indo-European etymological dictionary

  • conjugal — [kän′jə gəl] adj. [L conjugalis < conjunx, conjux, husband or wife < com , together + base akin to L jugum,YOKE, jungere,JOIN] of marriage or the relation between husband and wife; matrimonial; connubial conjugality [kän΄jə gal′ə tē] n.… …   English World dictionary

  • con- — prefix assim. form of com before c, d, f, g, j, n, q, s, t, v, and sometimes before vowels. * * * I. see com II. combining form or cono Etymology: Greek kōn , kōno , from kōnos more at hone : cone …   Useful english dictionary

  • Con. — 1. Conformist. 2. Consul. * * * con1 «kon», adverb, noun. –adv. against: »The two debating teams argued the question pro and con. –n. a reason against: »The pros and cons of a question are arguments for and against it. ╂[short for Latin contrā… …   Useful english dictionary

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