[heer-af-ter, -ahf-] /hɪərˈæf tər, -ˈɑf-/
after this in time or order; at some future time; farther along.
in the time to follow; from now on:
Hereafter I will not accept their calls.
in the life or world to come.
a life or existence after death; the future beyond mortal existence.
time to come; the future.
(formal) in a subsequent part of this document, matter, case, etc
a less common word for henceforth
at some time in the future
in a future life after death
noun the hereafter
life after death
Old English heræfter (adv.) “in the future; later on;” see here + after. Meaning “after death” is mid-14c. As a noun, “time in the future,” from 1540s. Meaning “a future world, the world to come” is from 1702.
[heer-at] /hɪərˈæt/ adverb 1. at this time; when this happened. 2. by reason of this; because of this. /ˌhɪərˈæt/ adverb 1. (archaic) because of this
[heer-uh-wey] /ˈhɪər əˌweɪ/ adverb, Dialect. 1. .
[heer-bahy, heer-bahy] /hɪərˈbaɪ, ˈhɪərˌbaɪ/ adverb 1. by this, or the present, declaration, action, document, etc.; by means of this; as a result of this: I hereby resign as president of the class. 2. Obsolete. . /ˌhɪəˈbaɪ/ adverb 1. (used in official statements, proclamations, etc) by means of or as a result of this 2. (archaic) […]
[hi-ree-deez] /hɪˈri diz/ noun 1. plural of . [heer-eez] /ˈhɪər iz/ noun, plural heredes [hi-ree-deez] /hɪˈri diz/ (Show IPA). Civil Law. 1. an heir. /hɪˈriːdiːz/ noun 1. the plural of heres /ˈhɪəriːz/ noun (pl) heredes, haeredes (hɪˈriːdiːz) 1. (civil law) an heir sun. (1.) “Mount Heres” (Judg. 1:35), Heb. Har-heres, i.e., “sun-mountain;” probably identical with […]