bequeather
See bequeathal.

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  • bequeather — index donor, feoffor, grantor Burton s Legal Thesaurus. William C. Burton. 2006 …   Law dictionary

  • bequeather — n. person who endows, person who leaves property to someone in a will (Law); one who ransfers to another …   English contemporary dictionary

  • bequeather — …   Useful english dictionary

  • bequeath — bequeathable, adj. bequeathal, bequeathment, n. bequeather, n. /bi kweedh , kweeth /, v.t. 1. to dispose of (personal property, esp. money) by last will: She bequeathed her half of the company to her niece. 2. to hand down; pass on …   Universalium

  • donor — do·nor / dō nər, ˌnȯr/ n: one that gives, donates, grants, or confers something; specif: settlor Merriam Webster’s Dictionary of Law. Merriam Webster. 1996. d …   Law dictionary

  • feoffor — feof·for / fe fər, fē / n: one who makes a feoffment Merriam Webster’s Dictionary of Law. Merriam Webster. 1996. feoffor …   Law dictionary

  • Test. — 1) Testikel EN testicle (med.) 2) Testierung EN making a will 3) Testator EN testator, bequeather …   Abkürzungen und Akronyme in der deutschsprachigen Presse Gebrauchtwagen

  • bequeath — [bɪ kwi:δ] verb leave (property) to a person or other beneficiary by a will. ↘hand down or pass on. Derivatives bequeathal noun bequeather noun Origin OE becwethan, from be + cwethan say (see quoth) …   English new terms dictionary

  • bequeath — v.tr. 1 leave (a personal estate) to a person by a will. 2 hand down to posterity. Derivatives: bequeathal n. bequeather n. Etymology: OE becwethan (as BE , cwethan say: cf. QUOTH) …   Useful english dictionary

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