capable of being inherited; inheritable; hereditary.
capable of inheriting.
Origin of heritable
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Perhaps this heritability was limited to those cases in which the heiress transmitted the de facto headship of her house.A Complete Guide to Heraldry
Arthur Charles Fox-Davies
capable of being inherited; inheritable
mainly law capable of inheriting
Word Origin for heritable
C14: from Old French, from heriter to inherit
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early 15c., from Old French héritable (c.1200), from hériter (see heritage). Related: Heritability.
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The quality of being heritable.
The proportion of phenotypic variance attributable to variance in genotypes.
Capable of being passed from one generation to the next; hereditary.
Capable of inheriting or taking by inheritance.
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Capable of being passed from one generation to the next through the genes.
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