for (home or a title, for example) from an ancestor by appropriate succession or might.
for by bequest or as a legacy.
for or take over from a predecessor: the newest management inherited the commercial problems of final four many years.
Biology for (a characteristic) from's parents by hereditary transmission.
to get (some thing) as you's right or portion.
To take by descent from an ancestor; to just take by inheritance; to simply take as heir on the loss of an ancestor or any other individual whoever estate one succeeds; to receive as the right or name descendible by-law from an ancestor at his decease
to get and take by delivery; to possess by nature; to derive or get from ancestors, as psychological or physical attributes, genetics, or hereditary characteristics
To come into ownership of; to obtain; to possess; to enjoy as a possession.
in-law, to simply take by lineage from an ancestor; make do succession, as the representative of this previous possessor; accept as a right or name descendible legally from an ancestor at their decease: as, the eldest son of a nobleman inherits his father's title.
to get from one's progenitors as part of your physical or psychological constitution; possess intrinsically through lineage.
To receive by transmission by any means; have imparted to or conferred upon; get from any resource.
To succeed by inheritance.
to include possession; seize: with of.
become vested with a right to anything (especially to genuine residential property) by operation of legislation, as successor in interest regarding the death of the previous owner; have succession as heir: sometimes with to.