dower

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الإنجليزية - الإنجليزية
to endow
to give a dower or dowry
that part of a deceased's property provided to his widow
property given by a woman to her husband at marriage, a dowry
{n} a jointure, wife's portion
legal provision of real estate and support made to the widow for her lifetime from a husband's estate
- A right that a wife has in her husband's property at the time of his death
The interest enjoyed by a wife in real property her husband acquired during his life time The right becomes exercisable upon the death of the husband Dower still exists in some jurisdictions but has been abandoned in most
That with which one is gifted or endowed; endowment; gift
that part of a deceaseds property provided to his widow
The property with which a woman is endowed That which a woman brings to a husband in marriage; dowry
the part of interest of a deceased man's real estate alloted by law to his widow
The rights of a widow or child to part of a deceased husband's or father's property
The right which a wife has in her husband!s estate at his death
Widow's right to a share of her deceased husband's estate
A right that a wife has in her husband's property at the time of his death
The legal right or interest, recognized in some states, that a wife acquires in the property her husband held or acquired during their marriage During the husband's lifetime the right is only a possibility of an interest; upon his death it can become an interest in land
Legal right or share which a wife acquired by marriage in the real estate of her husband, allotted to her after his death for her lifetime
A right that a wife has in her husband's property at the time of his death Does not exist in all states
The right which a wife has in her husband's estate at his death
Right of a widow to a life estate in a portion of the real property owned by her deceased husband
The rights of a widow in the property of her husband upon his death
That portion of the real estate of a man which his widow enjoys during her life, or to which a woman is entitled after the death of her husband
The life estate of a widow in the property of her husband At common law a wife had a life estate in one-third (in value) of the property of her husband who died without leaving a valid will or from whose will she dissented In many states common law dower has been abolished by statute or never has been recognized
A life estate allowed by state laws to the widow in the real estate owned by her husband during the marriage
the legal right of a wife to use or own some portion of her husband's real estate, should she survive him
The rights of a widow or child to part of a deceased husband's or fathers property
{f} endow, give a dowry to
{i} dowry; bride price, sum paid by the groom to the bride's family; widow's inheritance
A spouse's interest in the property of a deceased spouse
Rights of a wife to one-third interest in all real property owned by her husband during the course of the marriage; wife must survive husband to be entitled to dower rights
Under common law, The legal rights of a wife or child to a part of a deceased husband's or father's estate, regardless of the provisions in his will
The provision which the law makes for the support of a widow during her lifetime out of income produced by the real estate owned by her husband during the marriage This provision for the support of a widow is usually favored over the claims of her deceased husband’s creditors
The part or interest of a deceased man's real property allotted by law to his widow for her lifetime
a life estate to which a wife is entitled on the death of her husband
money or property brought by a woman to her husband at marriage
the legal rights that some states (Michigan for example) give a wife in her husband's property
furnish with an endowment; "When she got married, she got dowered"
property given by a woman to her husband at marriage
The rights of a widow in the property of her husband at his death
dowered
{a} portioned, have a jointure
dowered
supplied with (especially a dower or dowry)
dowered
Furnished with, or as with, dower or a marriage portion
dowered
past of dower
dowering
present participle of dower
dowers
third-person singular of dower
dowers
plural of , dower
dower

    الواصلة

    dow·er

    التركية النطق

    daur

    المترادفات

    dowry

    النطق

    /ˈdour/ /ˈdaʊr/

    علم أصول الكلمات

    [ 'dau(-&)r ] (noun.) 14th century. Middle English dowere, from Middle French douaire, modification of Medieval Latin dotarium; more at DOWRY.

    الازمنة

    dowers, dowering, dowered

    كلمة اليوم

    saturnine
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