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    codicil

    codicil - Dictionary definition and meaning for word codicil

    Definition
    (noun) a supplement to a will; a testamentary instrument intended to alter an already executed will
   Mnemonics (Memory Aids) for codicil

CODICIL (Sounds like KOTHI + SEAL) Imagine a person getting an aalishaan KOTHI through a will. But unfortunately, due to some legal reasons, government has decided to SEAL THE KOTHI and ALTER the will against his favor.

codec + will -> a codec is used to improve or update an existing software.. thus a codec for a will is nothing but a codicil!!

codicil== a code in a will, code which is basically some organized instruction so codicil implies an instruction which is added to a will.

codi+cil....llr to KODI+KILL....thus kodi is writing a suplement to a will before its being killed

codisil - that which de-seals or re-seals a codified will, which generally seals a KOTI rupayya

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