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heres

1
or hae·res

[ heer-eez ]

noun

, Civil Law.
, plural he·re·des [hi-, ree, -deez].
  1. an heir.


here's

2

[ heerz ]

  1. contraction of here is.

heres

/ ˈhɪəriːz /

noun

  1. civil law an heir


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Word History and Origins

Origin of heres1

From the Latin word hērēs heir

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Word History and Origins

Origin of heres1

from Latin

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Example Sentences

You may burn a candle, said the Jew, putting one upon the table; and heres a book for you to read till they come to fetch you.

Heres wishing health and happiness to the dreamy-eyed Tuscan beauty, whom you love and who loves you.

Inside, stuck in a package of envelopes, was a slip on which was written: Heres the paper 50 and the form to be copied.

Heres my proposition: If you like me as I like you, Ill move my old tune-box in to-night and pay a years rent.

Ralph, I am heavy at parting; but heres a shilling for thee.

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