dispauper

[ dis-paw-per ]
/ dɪsˈpɔ pər /

verb (used with object) Law.

to divest of the status of a person having the privileges of a pauper, as of public support or of legal rights as a pauper.

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Origin of dispauper

First recorded in 1625–35; dis-1 + pauper
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