extraneus heres

noun ex·tra·ne·us he·res \ek¦strānēəsˈhi(ˌ)rēz\

Definition of extraneus heres

plural

extranei heredes

\-nēˌīhə̇ˈrē(ˌ)dēz\
  1. :  an heir other than a suus heres either of an intestate or under a will in whom the inheritance can be vested only upon his definite acceptance

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Origin and Etymology of extraneus heres

Latin, literally, outside heir


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