[ in-ter vahy-vohs, vee- ]
/ ˈɪn tər ˈvaɪ voʊs, ˈvi- /
adverb, adjective Law.
(especially of a gift or trust) taking effect during the lifetimes of the parties involved; between living persons.
Inter- vs Intra-What’s the difference between the interstate highway and the intrastate highway? Inter- is a prefix that means between two groups, and intra- is a prefix which means within or inside one group. Inter- and intra- are both prefixes, which are groups of letters that are placed at the beginning of a word in order to change its meaning. Inter- Inter- is a common prefix that …
Words Popularized By Shakespeare That We Still UseWilliam Shakespeare died on April 23, 1616 and was baptized on April 26, 1564. His exact birthdate remains unknown, though is conventionally taken to be the same as the day his "bones were interred." In his honor, we wanted to share some words popularized by the man himself.
- inter alia,
- inter alios,
- inter nos,
- inter se,
Origin of inter vivos
First recorded in 1830–40, inter vivos is from the Latin word inter vīvōs literally, among the living
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/ Latin (ˈɪntə ˈviːvɒs) /
law between living peoplean inter vivos gift
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