legatee

[leg-uh-tee]
noun
a person to whom a legacy is bequeathed.

Origin:
1670–80; < Latin lēgāt(us) (see legate) + -ee

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legatee (ˌlɛɡəˈtiː)
 
n
Compare devisee a person to whom a legacy is bequeathed

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The personal representative must mail a copy of that notice to all creditors and to each heir and legatee.
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