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A cuckold is the husband of an adulterous wife the wife of an adulterous husband is a cuckquean. In evolutionary biology, a cuckold is a male which unwittingly invests parental effort in juveniles who are not genetically his offspring. A cuckold is the husband of an adulterous wife the wife of an adulterous husband is a cuckquean. In evolutionary biology, a cuckold is a male which unwittingly invests parental effort in juveniles who are not genetically his offspring. Cuckold is a 1997 book by indian author kiran nagarkar and his third novel. It is a historical novel set in the rajput kingdom of mewar, india during the 16th century that follows the life of maharaj kumar, a fictional character based upon the real life prince bhoj raj. The book follows the life of maharaj kumar and his attempts to win the affections of his wife mira while war. Files are available under licenses specified on their description page. All structured data from the file and property namespaces is available under the creative commons cc0 license all unstructured text is available under the creative commons attribution-sharealike license additional terms may apply. Âfrom a forum i frequent here in iberia we have a name for people that get cheated on by their. The magnificent cuckold is about a hat tycoon who is ecstatically, if not hungrily, in love with his youthful wife. It is all blissful, that is, until our man, middle-aged and somewhat of a square among his blasé, upper-class friends to whom cuckoldry is a common practice, is seduced by one of them. The cuckold is often portrayed with horns, signifying failure andor immoral behaviour. Horns are still associated with cuckolds in the modern era in some mediterranean countries, an obscene gesture is created by extending the index and litter finger upwards and tucking in the other fingers and the thumb. Cuckold was first used in medieval times to describe the husband of an unfaithful wife who, unaware of his wifes infidelity, would raise children that clearly werent his own, like with cuckoo. ?note this page may contain content that is offensive or inappropriate for some readers. Middle english cokewald, from anglo-norman cucuald, from cucu, the cuckoo, from vulgar latin.