Lewis & Short

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mărītālis, e, adj. [1. maritus], of or belonging to married people, matrimonial, nuptial, conjugal (poet. and post-Aug.): vestis, Ov. A. A. 2, 258: conjugium, Col. 12 praef. 1: fax, Val. Max. 9, 1, 9: supercilium, id. ib. 6, 3, 10: capistrum, the marriagehalter, Juv. 6, 43: honor et affectio, Fragm. Jur. Rom. Vat. 253 a, Huschke.
Hence, mărītālĭter, adv., matrimonially, Aug. in Johann. tr. 31, 3.