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hērēs ēdis, m and f

HER-, an heir, heiress : te ipso herede, T.: mulier facit heredem ex deunce Caecinam: in testamento heredes scripti, Cs.: testamento fecit heredem filiam: ex parte dimidiā: cur virgini Vestali sit heres?: repentinus: secundus, next heir (if the first should die), S.: possessio heredum secundorum: tanti certaminis (i. e. armorum Achillis), O.A successor, aftergrowth : gemino cervix herede valentior (of the heads of the Hydra), O.—Fig.; an heir, successor : eius (Academiae): regni, L.: laudis, O.

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