Help with Latin death records from Corio

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Help with Latin death records from Corio

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I am translating church death records from 1823 in Corio (Torino/Piemonte). I am attaching two records with similar phrases: uxor dum viverent, and conjur? dum viverent. I believe they are describing the spouse or widow/er, but am not sure which phrase is for a living spouse and which phrase is for a deceased spouse. Thank you for any help you can offer.
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"dum viverent" means that the spouse is still living
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Thank you both!
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