Definition of bequeathal in English:

bequeathal

noun

  • See bequeath

    • ‘Most medical schools accept anatomical bequeathals for biomedical research and the training of Physicians, Surgeons, Dentists, and other Health Care Professionals.’
    • ‘Donations and bequeathals are welcome and tax deductible.’
    • ‘We have several Funds that have been built up or which arise from bequeathals or other gifts, some designated for specific purposes.’
    • ‘Properly completed bequeathal forms have legal status, a formal last will and testament is not required.’
    • ‘If you have no immediate next of kin available as a witness, the bequeathal is still legal.’