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What Does Heir Mean?

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Stanley Kassim answered
An heir's somebody who inherits something from another person. A prince, for example, would be an "heir" to his father's throne.
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Vikash Swaroop answered
The word heir describes a kind of person who has got the legal right to receive the property of somebody. Sometimes the right can be of money and title also and it happened mostly when the person who is giving the rights dies. The word can also be used for a person who is thought to continue the tradition or work that was started by somebody else.

Mostly the word is being used in conjugation with 'to something' or 'of somebody' and the following sentences can describe the context well: John is heir to a large fortune. In the sentence the person named John has received a large amount of money from somebody he knew and now he is the owner of the said property.
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Anonymous answered
Wow how about read something shorter like my reason... Ok heir means to inherit, to have something in common with something or someone else
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I don't know something to do with The Throne and following on from Fathers or princes and stuff

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