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heredes

[hi-ree-deez] /hɪˈri diz/
noun
1.
plural of heres.

heres

[heer-eez] /ˈhɪər iz/
noun, plural heredes
[hi-ree-deez] /hɪˈri diz/ (Show IPA).
Civil Law.
1.
an heir.
Also, haeres.
Origin
< Latin hērēs heir
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British Dictionary definitions for heredes

heredes

/hɪˈriːdiːz/
noun
1.
the plural of heres

heres

/ˈhɪəriːz/
noun (pl) heredes, haeredes (hɪˈriːdiːz)
1.
(civil law) an heir
Word Origin
from Latin
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heredes in the Bible

sun. (1.) "Mount Heres" (Judg. 1:35), Heb. Har-heres, i.e., "sun-mountain;" probably identical with Irshemesh in Josh. 19:41. (2.) Isa. 19:18, marg. (See ON.)

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