Common misspellings for wife:
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Definition of wife:
- A woman who has a husband liv- and undivorced. The correlative term is"husband."
- A woman; an adult female; -- now used in literature only in certain compounds and phrases, as alewife, fishwife, goodwife, and the like.
- The lawful consort of a man; a woman who is united to a man in wedlock; a woman who has a husband; a married woman; -- correlative of husband.
- The ordinance of marriage was sanctioned in Paradise ( Genesis 2:24 ; Matthew 19:4-6 ). Monogamy was the original law under which man lived, but polygamy early commenced ( Genesis 4:19 ), and continued to prevail all down through Jewish history. The law of Moses regulated but did not prohibit polygamy. A man might have a plurality of wives, but a wife could have only one husband. A wife's legal rights ( Exodus 21:10 ) and her duties ( Proverbs 31:10-31 ; 1 Timothy 5:14 ) are specified. She could be divorced in special cases ( Deuteronomy 22:13-21 ), but could not divorce her husband. Divorce was restricted by our Lord to the single case of adultery ( Matthew 19:3-9 ). The duties of husbands and wives in their relations to each other are distinctly set forth in the New Testament ( 1 Corinthians 7:2-5 ; Ephesians 5:22-33 ; Colossians 3:18 Colossians 3:19 ; 1 Peter 3:1-7 ).
- The lawful consort of a man; the correlative of husband; a woman of low employment.
- a married woman; a man's partner in marriage
- A woman; an adult female; - now used in literature only in certain compounds and phrases, as alewife, fishwife, goodwife, and the like.
- A woman joined to a man in marriage; a married woman.
- Originally, a woman of mature age that is or might be married, and in common language often still so applied, esp. in Scotland; in literature used now only in compound words, generally designing a woman of low employment; as, alewife, fish- wife: the lawful consort of a man; a woman who is united to man in the lawful bonds of wedlock- the correlative of husband, “ The husband of one wife.”- 1. Tim. iii 2; “ He that hath wife and children hath given hostages to fortune; for they are impediments to great enterprises either of virtue or mischief.”- Bacon; “ A good wife is heaven's last best gift to man, his angel and minister of graces innumerable, his gem of many virtues, his casket of jewels."- Jer. Taylor.
- A married woman; woman.
- A housewife.
- Wifely, wifelike.