Definition of quoad hanc in US English:

quoad hanc

adverb

Law
  • With reference to the annulment of marriage on the grounds of the sexual impotence of the husband: in respect of this woman only.

Origin

Mid 17th century; earliest use found in Edmund Gayton (1608–1666), physician and hack writer. From post-classical Latin quo ad hanc so far as this (woman) is concerned from classical Latin quoad + hanc, accusative feminine of hīc this.

Pronunciation

quoad hanc

/ˌkwəʊad ˈhaŋk/