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heres

or hae·res

[ heer-eez ]
/ ˈhɪər iz /
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noun, plural he·re·des [hi-ree-deez]. /hɪˈri diz/. Civil Law.
an heir.
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Origin of heres

From the Latin word hērēsheir

Other definitions for heres (2 of 2)

here's
[ heerz ]
/ hɪərz /

contraction of here is.

usage note for here's

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British Dictionary definitions for heres

heres

haeres

/ (ˈhɪəriːz) /

noun plural heredes or haeredes (hɪˈriːdiːz)
civil law an heir

Word Origin for heres

from Latin
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