Meum-et-tuum



[me-oo m et too-oo m; English mee-uh m et too-uh m, -tyoo-] /ˈmɛ ʊm ɛt ˈtu ʊm; English ˈmi əm ɛt ˈtu əm, -ˈtyu-/

Latin.
1.
mine and thine.
/ˈmeɪʊm ɛt ˈtuːʊm/
uknown
1.
mine and thine: used to express rights to property

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