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Oxford dictionary definition of the word inherit:
verb (inherits, inheriting, inherited)
1 [with object] receive (money, property, or a title) as an heir at the death of the previous holder:
she inherited a fortune from her father
2derive (a quality, characteristic, or predisposition) genetically from one’s parents or ancestors:
(as adjective inherited)
3receive or be left with (a situation, object, etc.) from a predecessor or former owner:
spending commitments inherited from previous governments
North American come into possession of (belongings) from someone else:
she inherits all her clothes from her older sisters
archaic come into possession of (something) as a right (especially in biblical translations and allusions):
master, what must I do to inherit eternal life?
Middle English enherite ‘receive as a right’, from Old French enheriter, from late Latin inhereditare ‘appoint as heir’, from Latin in- ‘in’ + heres, hered- ‘heir’