"Her husband is known in the [city's] gates, when he sits among the elders of the land."
For some couples, their names are synonymous. They just go together. To say one of their names is to immediately identify and recognize the other. Exhibit A:
Abraham and _ _ _ _ _
Samson and _ _ _ _ _ _ _
Abigail and _ _ _ _ _
Aquila and _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _
Elizabeth and _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _
Hillary and _ _ _ _
You get the point. The ishshah of Proverbs 31 was no different. Though her name is not specifically given, she was well known throughout their land; as was her husband: especially *when he took his place at the gate. And for a wife, there's no feeling like seeing her husband sitting in his rightful, God-given place and operating humbly in his God-given calling, function, gifting, and ministry.
If your husband is not yet in his rightful place intercede, and ask Jehovah to get him there (Ezekiel 22:30). Your husband's heart (and feet) are in God's hands. He knows how to make names great and get them known in the earth. He did it for Abraham (Genesis 12:2), David (2 Samuel 7:9), and of course, Jesus (Acts 4:12).
Go ahead and add your husbands name to that list because The Lord is about to help him take his seat, and thereby enlarge his territory.