bequest /bɪˈkwɛst/


I. noun

1. a legacy

a bequest of over £300,000.
2. [ mass noun] the action of bequeathing something

a painting acquired by bequest.
– origin Middle English: from be- ‘about’ + Old English cwis ‘speech’, influenced by bequeath.

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