conjugal

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adjective con·ju·gal \ˈkän-ji-gəl also kən-ˈjü-\

Definition of conjugal

  1. :  of or relating to the married state or to married persons and their relations :  connubial <conjugal happiness>

conjugality

play \ˌkän-ji-ˈga-lə-tē, -jü-\ noun

conjugally

play \ˈkän-ji-gə-lē also kən-ˈjü-\ adverb

Examples of conjugal in a sentence

  1. <newlyweds still in a rapturous state of conjugal happiness>

Origin and Etymology of conjugal

Middle French or Latin; Middle French, from Latin conjugalis, from conjug-, conjux husband, wife, from conjungere to join, unite in marriage


First Known Use: 1545


CONJUGAL Defined for English Language Learners

conjugal

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adjective con·ju·gal \ˈkän-ji-gəl also kən-ˈjü-\

Definition of conjugal for English Language Learners

  • : relating to marriage or to a married couple


Medical Dictionary

conjugal

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adjective con·ju·gal \ˈkän-ji-gəl, kən-ˈjü-\

Medical Definition of conjugal

  1. :  of or relating to the married state or to married persons and their relations <conjugal happiness>

conjugally

\-gə-lē\play adverb

Law Dictionary

conjugal

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adjective con·ju·gal \ˈkän-jə-gəl\

Legal Definition of conjugal

  1. :  of or relating to marriage or to married persons and their relationships




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