ganancial


ganancial
\\gəˈnanchəl, Sp gȧnȧnˈthyȧl or -ˈsyȧl\ adjective
Etymology: Spanish, relating to profit, held jointly by husband and wife, from ganancia profit, from ganar to gain, earn, perhaps of Germanic origin; akin to Old Norse gana to gape, stare; akin to Greek chaskein to gape, yawn
: being, relating to, or held under the Spanish system of law that controls the title and disposition of the property acquired during marriage by a spouse

Useful english dictionary. 2012.