Word:

Aliments

ALIMENTS. In the Roman and French law this word signifies the food and other things necessary to the support of life, as clothing and the like. The same name is given to the money allowed for aliments. Dig. 50, 16, 43.
     2. By the common law, parents and children reciprocally owe each other aliments or maintenance. (q.v.) Vide 1 Bl. Com. 447; Merl. Rep. h.t.; Dig. 25, 3, 5. In the common law, the word alimony (q.v.) is used. Vide Allowance to a Prisoner.

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Alignment
Alike
Alike-minded
alikeness
Aliment
Alimental
Alimentally
Alimentariness
Alimentary
alimentary canal
alimentary paste
alimentary tract
alimentary tract smear
Alimentation
alimentative
Alimentiveness
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Alimonious
Alimony
Alinasal
Aline
Alineation
Alinement
Aliner
Alioth
Aliped
Aliphatic
aliphatic compound
Aliquant
aliquant part
Aliquot
aliquot part
ALIR
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