inherit (v.) 1
receive, obtain, come into possession [of]
LLL I.i.73 [Berowne to King, of delights] that most vain / Which, with pain purchased, doth inherit pain
LLL IV.i.20 [Forester to Princess] Nothing but fair is that which you inherit
MW II.i.68 [Mistress Page to Mistress Ford, of Falstaff's offer] let thine inherit first
R2 II.i.83 [John of Gaunt to King Richard] gaunt as a grave, / Whose hollow womb inherits naught but bones
RJ I.ii.30 [Capulet to Paris] delight / Among fresh female buds shall you this night / Inherit at my house
Tit II.iii.3 [Aaron alone, of his supposed lack of sense] To bury so much gold under a tree / And never after to inherit it