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cotenant

[ koh-ten-uhnt ]
/ koʊˈtɛn ənt /
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noun
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Origin of cotenant

First recorded in1815–25; co- + tenant

OTHER WORDS FROM cotenant

co·ten·an·cy, co·ten·ure [koh-ten-yer], /koʊˈtɛn yər/, noun
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How to use cotenant in a sentence

British Dictionary definitions for cotenant

cotenant
/ (kəʊˈtɛnənt) /

noun
a person who holds property jointly or in common with others

Derived forms of cotenant

cotenancy, noun
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