Lexica → Word → estate
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From 14th Century French estat of “physical condition as regards form or structure of country, supreme civil power and/or government as a PERSONALITY” itself from 13th Century Latin status meaning STATE = “circumstances, conditions and/or temporary attributes of a PERSON or THING”. From 15th Century, estate acquired the additional meaning “property/assets attributed to a PERSON or THING subject to higher legal authority”.
The entire known and unknown Estate of [First Name Second Name] of the Clann [Family Name], also known as [first middle lastname] and all variations thereof