- heredia, josé maría de,
- hereditary angioneurotic edema,
- hereditary cerebellar ataxia
Origin of hereditament
Examples from the Web for hereditament
The word "inheritance" was used for hereditament, the former being merely the French form, the latter the Latin.
In this country, on the other hand, we confine the hereditament to property, abrogating it in the case of rank and power.Charles I|Jacob Abbott
The hereditament of a Peer: also rank of a Peer; a list of the Peers.The Handbook to English Heraldry|Charles Boutell
noun property law
"inherited property," mid-15c., from Medieval Latin hereditamentum, from Latin hereditatem (see heredity).