- n. (legal terminology) the Latin word for wife
“8. See Drijvers 1992, 17–18 on the legality of the marriage and use of the term uxor.”
“I would just like to note for the record that I got "uxor" correct before I saw the definition . . .”
“The use of the word "uxor" is no certain proof that he was alive at the time.”
“The same passion made her break out in the comedy,  Nae illae fortunatae, sunt quae cum illo cubant, happy are his bedfellows; and as she said of Cyprus,  Beata quae illi uxor futura esset, blessed is that woman that shall be his wife, nay, thrice happy she that shall enjoy him but a night.”
“ Toxica Zelotypo dedit uxor moecha marito, she is exasperated, seeks by all means to vindicate herself, and will therefore offend, because she is unjustly suspected.”
“Si id studes ut uxor, amici, liberi perpetuo vivant, stultus es.”
“The husband rules her as head, but she again commands his heart, he is her servant, she is only joy and content: no happiness is like unto it, no love so great as this of man and wife, no such comfort as  placens uxor, a sweet wife:  Omnis amor magnus, sed aperto in conjuge major.”
“Quum accepisset uxorem peperisse secundo a nuptiis mense, cunas quinas vel senas coemit, ut si forte uxor singulis bimensibus pareret.”
“Argetocoxi Caledoni Reguli uxor, Juliae Augustae cum ipsam morderet quod inhoneste versaretur, respondet, nos cum optimis viris consuetudinem habemus; vos Romanas autem occulte passim homines constuprant.”
“A woman and death are two the bitterest things in the world: uxor mihi ducenda est hodie, id mihi visus est dicere, abi domum et suspende te.”
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