aguna

aguna

(æˈɡuːnə) or

agunah

n, pl -not or -noth
(in Jewish law) a woman whose husband will not grant her a divorce
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The Agunot Section is a semi-secret section of the court that tracks down men who systematically refuse to comply with the Jewish divorce process - making the woman an Aguna, literally, a woman who is chained down, the news site Kipa reported Monday.
The other universities, public or private, of Constanta and Galati (the Naval Academy, the Dimitrie Cantemir University, the Constantin Brancusi University, the Andrei 'aguna University) were closer to the homes of 6.25% of the subjects.
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(74.) For suggested solutions, including extending the grounds justifying women's claims for divorce, the conditional ketubbah, rabbinical annulment, get zikkui (a get that benefits), relationships contracted out of (religious) wedlock, finding fault with the marriage, and more, see MOSHE SHLOMO ANTELMAN, THE GREAT AGUNA DEBATE (1997); IRVING A.
In Israel, her status was officially that of an aguna, a wife trapped in marriage, which meant that she could not marry again.