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Hasil cari dari kata atau frase: Inheritance(0.01419 detik)
Found 3 items, similar to Inheritance.
English → Indonesian (quick)
English → English (WordNet)
n 1: hereditary succession to a title or an office or property
2: that which is inherited; a title or property or estate that
passes by law to the heir on the death of the owner [syn:
3: (genetics) attributes acquired via biological heredity from
the parents [syn: hereditary pattern]
4: any attribute or immaterial possession that is inherited
from ancestors; “my only inheritance was my mother's
blessing”; “the world's heritage of knowledge” [syn: heritage]
English → English (gcide)
Inheritance \In*her"it*ance\, n. [Cf. OF. enheritance.]
1. The act or state of inheriting; as, the inheritance of an
estate; the inheritance of mental or physical qualities.
2. That which is or may be inherited; that which is derived
by an heir from an ancestor or other person; a heritage; a
possession which passes by descent.
When the man dies, let the inheritance
Descend unto the daughter. --Shak.
3. A permanent or valuable possession or blessing, esp. one
received by gift or without purchase; a benefaction.
To an inheritance incorruptible, and undefiled, and
that fadeth not away. --1 Pet. i. 4.
4. Possession; ownership; acquisition. “The inheritance of
their loves.” --Shak.
To you th' inheritance belongs by right
Of brother's praise; to you eke 'longs his love.
5. (Biol.) Transmission and reception by animal or plant
6. (Law) A perpetual or continuing right which a man and his
heirs have to an estate; an estate which a man has by
descent as heir to another, or which he may transmit to
another as his heir; an estate derived from an ancestor to
an heir in course of law. --Blackstone.
Note: The word inheritance (used simply) is mostly confined
to the title to land and tenements by a descent.
--Mozley & W.
Men are not proprietors of what they have, merely
for themselves; their children have a title to
part of it which comes to be wholly theirs when
death has put an end to their parents' use of it;
and this we call inheritance. --Locke.