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disherison

noun dis·her·i·son \ dis-ˈher-ə-zən \

legal Definition of disherison

: the act of disinheriting

Origin and Etymology of disherison

Anglo-French dishereison desheriteson, from Old French deseriteison, from desheriter to disinherit, from des-, prefix marking reversal + heriter to inherit, from Late Latin hereditare


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