Definition of heritor in English:

heritor

Syllabification: her·i·tor
Pronunciation: /ˈheritər
 
/

noun

A person who inherits.
More example sentences
  • That being the case, I'm not convinced that either your preference not to have a little genetic heritor running around, or the resultant heavy load on Social Services is really relevant.
  • Four hundred years after the death of Cleopatra, Egyptians - the heritors of the longest-lived society in history - had literally no idea what was contained in the Papyrus of Ani.
  • When someone was believed to be a heritor and he turns not to be, the inheritance partition will be null.

Origin

late Middle English: from Anglo-Norman French heriter, based on Latin hereditarius (see hereditary). The spelling change in the 16th century was by association with words ending in -or1.

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