viaticals

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English[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From Latin word viaticum which loosely interpreted means, "preparation for a long journey".

Noun[edit]

viaticals

  1. Life insurance policies which are sold at a discount to the face amount, or death benefit, of people who have been medically determined to have life expectancies (L/E's) of less than two (2) years to live.

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