Word:

Conquets

CONQUETS, French law. The name given to every acquisition which the husband and wife, jointly or severally, make during the conjugal community. Thus, whatever is acquired by the husband and wife, either by his or her industry or good fortune, enures to the extent of one-half for the benefit of the other. Merl. Rep. mot Conquet; Merl. Quest. mot Conquet. In Louisiana, these gains are called aquets. (q.v.) Civ. Code of Lo. art. 2369.

Browse
Conoid
Conoidal
Conoidic
Conominee
Conopodium
Conopodium denudatum
Conospermum
Conoy
Conquadrate
Conquassate
Conquer
Conquerable
Conqueress
conquering
Conqueror
Conquest
-- Conquets --
Conquian
conquistador
Conrad
Conrad Aiken
Conrad Potter Aiken
Conradina
Conradina glabra
CONS
Consanguine
Consanguineal
Consanguined
Consanguineous
Consanguinity
Consarcination
Conscience
Conscience clause
Definitions Index: # A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z

About this site and copyright information - Online Dictionary Home - Privacy Policy