Third declension nouns: successor

A note about language and meaning: when the party is a religious house or an ecclesiastic, the term used is successor, for religious houses and the Church more widely are corporations sole which continue in perpetuity; they have no heirs; secular parties, by contrast, have a discontinuous existence and so the term heir (heres) is appropriate.

case sing. plural
nom. successor successores
acc. successorem successores
gen. successoris successorum
dat. successori successoribus
abl. successore successoribus


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