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A person to whom a bequest is left; a legatee.
Of or relating to a bequest; of the nature of a bequest.
Mid 16th century; earliest use found in Record's Grounde of Artes. As noun from classical Latin lēgātārius (in post-classical Latin also legatorius) recipient of a legacy, legatee from lēgātum + -ārius.
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