disherison
disherison dis*her"i*son (d[i^]s*h[e^]r"[i^]z'n), n. [See {Disherit}.] The act of disheriting, or debarring from inheritance; disinherison. --Bp. Hall. [1913 Webster]

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  • disherison — dis·her·i·son /dis her ə zən/ n [Anglo French dishereison desheriteson, from Old French deseriteison, from desheriter to disinherit, from des , prefix marking reversal + heriter to inherit, from Late Latin hereditare]: the act of disinheriting… …   Law dictionary

  • disherison — I. (ˈ)disˈherəsən, əzən noun ( s) Etymology: Middle English desertison, disheretison, disherison, from Old French desheriteison, deseriteison, from desheriter, deseriter : the act of disinheriting : disinheritance II. transit …   Useful english dictionary

  • disherison — /dis her euh seuhn, zeuhn/, n. disinheritance. [1250 1300; ME < OF desheriteison, deriv. of deseriter to disinherit; see DISHERIT] * * * …   Universalium

  • disherison — sb. [diserteison]. 1872 B …   Oldest English Words

  • disherison — dis·her·i·son …   English syllables

  • disherison — /dishe(h)r3zan/ Disinheritance; depriving one of an inheritance. Obsolete term …   Black's law dictionary

  • disherison — /dishe(h)r3zan/ Disinheritance; depriving one of an inheritance. Obsolete term …   Black's law dictionary

  • disherison — Same as disinheritance …   Ballentine's law dictionary

  • Roman Law —     Roman Law     † Catholic Encyclopedia ► Roman Law     In the following article this subject is briefly treated under the two heads of; I. Principles; II. History. Of these two divisions, I is subdivided into: A. Persons; B. Things; C. Actions …   Catholic encyclopedia

  • Disinherison — Dis in*her i*son, n. [See {Disinherit}, v. t., and cf. {Disherison}.] Same as {Disherison}. Bacon. [1913 Webster] …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

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