More Discussions for this daf
1. An Azharah for Edim Zomemim 2. What if he has no land? 3. Whether the father is entitled to the kesef or the daughter
4. False witnesses 5. How can we learn anything from boshes and pgam

Yeshai Hollander asked:

Why does the gemara bring the Azhara of Motzi Shem Ra from Lo Selech Rachil and not from Lo Sonu?

The Kollel replies:

Although Ona'as Devarim means that it is prohibited to make one feel bad, it only applies only when making a remark to their face that embarrasses them (RAMBAM, Hilchos Teshuvah 7:10). Motzi Shem Ra applies whether or not the woman is present.

Dov Zupnik

The Kollel adds:

In addition, it could be that the Pasuk "Lo Selech Rachil" includes an inference to Motzi Shem Ra, since it ends "b'Amecha," a word reserved in other places for a wife (Lo Yitamei Ba'al b'Amav ). The other verse, "v'Nishmarta mi'Kol Davar Ra" mentions Dibur Ra, which certainly imples Motzi Shem Ra.

The verse you mentioned, though, mentions "Ish ba'Amito," which certainly does not sound like a man against his wife.