jus-, just-, jur-

(Latin: right, upright, equitable; legal right, law)

Directly related to the jud-, judic- unit.

unjustified (adjective)
1. Lacking justification or authorization.
2. Shown to have no good or just reason or explanation. 3. Not arranged evenly in such a way that the ends of the lines on a page do not form a straight vertical line parallel to the margin.
unjustly (adverb)
1. Violating the principles of justice or fairness; that which is unfair.
2. Characterized by injustice.
unjustness (s) (noun)
Uxor non est sui juris, sed sub potestate viri.
A legal term meaning: A wife is not her own mistress, but is under the power of her husband.