- Heriot (disambiguation)
Heriot or Heriots may refer to:
Heriot, a feudalright in medieval Europe.
*Heriot, a town in the Scottish Borders.
George Heriot(1563-1624), a Scottish goldsmith and philanthropist
George Heriot's School, a school he founded in Edinburgh.
Heriot's Rugby Club, originally for Former Pupils of the school.
Heriot-Watt University, named for him.
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