Origin of conjugalClassical Latin conjugalis from conjunx, conjux, husband or wife from com-, together + base akin to Classical Latin jugum, yoke, jungere, join
The definition of conjugal is relating to marriage or a relationship.
An example of conjugal used as an adjective is the phrase "conjugal relations" which means a physical, sexual relationship between a married couple.
of marriage or the relation between husband and wife; matrimonial; specif., of or accommodating the sexual relations between spouses: conjugal visits to a spouse in prison
Of or relating to marriage or the relationship of spouses.
Origin of conjugalLatin coniugālis from coniūnx coniug- spouse from coniungere to join in marriage ; see conjoin .
conjugal - Legal Definition
Pertaining to marriage, the state of being married, or the relationship between a husband and wife.
The sexual relationship or relations between a husband and wife.
- It might be supposed that conjugal fidelity must suffer from such a custom.
- Each tolerated the other's non-conjugal company.
- Improvement of the world) and regulating certain questions as to conjugal rights.
- They are monogamous, and their conjugal fidelity contrasts strongly with the vicious habits of the Sinhalese.
- That day I received a letter from my benefactor in which he wrote about "conjugal duties."