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inter vivos

adverb or adjective in·ter vi·vos \ˈin-tər-ˈvē-ˌvōs, -ˈvī-\

Definition of INTER VIVOS

:  between living persons <transaction inter vivos>; especially :  from one living person to another <inter vivos gifts> <property transferred inter vivos>

Origin of INTER VIVOS

Late Latin
First Known Use: 1837

Rhymes with INTER VIVOS

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