connubial

[kuh-noo-bee-uhl, -nyoo-]
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Origin of connubial

1650–60; < Medieval Latin connūbiālis, Latin cōnūbiālis, equivalent to cōnūbi(um) (cō- co- + nūb(āre) to marry + -ium -ium) + -ālis -al1
Related formscon·nu·bi·al·i·ty, nouncon·nu·bi·al·ly, adverbnon·con·nu·bi·al, adjectivenon·con·nu·bi·al·ly, adverbnon·con·nu·bi·al·i·ty, nounpost·con·nu·bi·al, adjectivepre·con·nu·bi·al, adjective

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Related Words for connubial

conjugal, married, matrimonial, nuptial, wedded, spousal, hymeneal

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British Dictionary definitions for connubial

connubial

adjective
  1. of or relating to marriage; conjugalconnubial bliss
Derived Formsconnubiality, nounconnubially, adverb

Word Origin for connubial

C17: from Latin cōnūbiālis from cōnūbium marriage, from com- together + nūbere to marry
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Word Origin and History for connubial
adj.

1650s, from Latin connubialis, variant of conubialis "pertaining to wedlock," from conubium "marriage," from com- "together" (see com-) + nubere "to wed" (see nuptial).

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