spozo

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Etymology[edit]

Borrowing from Italian sposo/sposa, Spanish esposo/esposa, French époux/épouse, English spouse, all ultimately from Latin spōnsus (bridegroom)/spōnsa (bride), from spondere (to vow, to pledge), from Proto-Indo-European *spend-.

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spozo (plural spozi)

  1. spouse (married partner)

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