What is the root word of heritage?

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herit.
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her·it·age
[her-i-tij]
NOUN
1.
something that comes or belongs to one by reason of birth; an inherited lot or portion: a heritage of poverty and suffering; a national heritage of honor, pride, and courage.
2.
something reserved for one: the heritage of the righteous.
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