bequeath definition

  • verb-transitive:
    • Law to go out of or offer (individual home) by might.
    • To pass (some thing) onto another; hand straight down: bequeathed for their kiddies a respect for dedication.
    • Law To leave or give (individual residential property) by will.
    • to pass through (some thing) to another; hand straight down: bequeathed for their young ones a respect for hard work.
    • to offer or keep by will; to give by testament; -- said specially of individual residential property.
    • To hand down; to transfer.
    • to provide; to supply; to dedicate.
    • to provide or leave by will; to give by testament; -- stated especially of personal property.
    • at hand down; to transfer.
    • to offer; available; to dedicate.
  • verb:
    • to offer or leave by will; to provide by testament.
    • handy down; to transfer.
    • To give; to supply; to devote.
    • to provide or leave by will; to give by testament.
    • handy down; to send.
    • To give; available; to commit.
    • leave or provide by will after a person's death
    • leave or offer by will after your death
  • others:
    • . To give away; transfer the ownership of; assign as a gift.
    • To give or keep by will; assign as a legacy: additionally, however necessarily, used of individual property, in contradistinction to genuine home, which will be considered created.
    • . To give away; transfer the control of; assign as a gift.
    • at hand down; send.
    • to provide or keep by will; assign as a legacy: additionally, although not necessarily, used of personal property, in contradistinction to genuine home, that is considered devised.
    • To devote; commend; intrust.
    • To give or produce; furnish; impart.
    • handy down; transmit.
    • To commit; commend; intrust.
    • Reflexively, to devote; dedicate; devote.
    • To give or yield; furnish; impart.
    • Reflexively, to devote; dedicate; devote.
  • noun:
    • A bequest.
    • A bequest.

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