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heredes

[ hi-ree-deez ]
/ hɪˈri diz /
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noun
plural of heres.
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How to use heredes in a sentence

  • Tercius fuit Galfridus Dore cuius eciam heredes extincti sunt in eadem pestilencia.

    Villainage in England|Paul Vinogradoff
  • Heirs are called sui heredes, that is, heirs of themselves or of their own property, as is explained by Gaius.

    The Common Law|Oliver Wendell Holmes, Jr.
  • To return to Bracton, it must be understood that the description of assigns as quasi heredes is not accidental.

    The Common Law|Oliver Wendell Holmes, Jr.
  • Ulpian in Dig., 38, 16, 1: suos heredes accipere debemus filios filias sive naturales sive adoptivos.

British Dictionary definitions for heredes

heredes
/ (hɪˈriːdiːz) /

noun
the plural of heres
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