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/iˈstāt/,
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estates, plural;
  1. An area or amount of land or property, in particular

  2. An extensive area of land in the country, usually with a large house, owned by one person or organization

  3. All the money and property owned by a particular person, esp. at death
    • - in his will, he divided his estate between his wife and daughter
  4. A property where coffee, rubber, grapes, or other crops are cultivated

  5. A housing or commercial development

  6. A class or order regarded as forming part of the body politic, in particular (in Britain), one of the three groups constituting Parliament, now the Lords Spiritual (the heads of the Church), the Lords Temporal (the peerage), and the Commons. They are also known as the three estates

  7. A particular class or category of people in society
    • - the spiritual welfare of all estates of men
  8. A particular state, period, or condition in life
    • - programs for the improvement of man's estate
    • - the holy estate of matrimony
  9. Grandeur, pomp, or state
    • - a chamber without a chair of estate

  1. everything you own; all of your assets (whether real property or personal property) and liabilities
  2. extensive landed property (especially in the country) retained by the owner for his own use; "the family owned a large estate on Long Island"
  3. estate of the realm: a major social class or order of persons regarded collectively as part of the body politic of the country (especially in the United Kingdom) and formerly possessing distinct political rights
  4. Estate is a jazz album by Michel Petrucciani.
  5. A station wagon or estate car is a body style variant of a sedan/saloon with its roof extended rearward over a shared passenger/cargo volume with access at the back via a third or fifth door (the liftgate or tailgate), instead of a trunk lid. ...
  6. An estate comprises the houses and outbuildings and supporting farmland and woods that surround the gardens and grounds of a very large property, such as a country house or mansion. ...
  7. An estate is the net worth of a person at any point in time. It is the sum of a person's assets - legal rights, interests and entitlements to property of any kind - less all liabilities at that time. The issue is of special legal significance on a question of bankruptcy and death of the person. ...
  8. Estates of the realm were the broad divisions of a hierarchically conceived society, usually distinguishing nobility, clergy, and commoners recognized in the Middle Ages and in Early Modern Europe. ...
  9. Estate is an Italian song written in 1960 by Bruno Martino (music) and Bruno Brighetti (lyrics). A minor hit in Italy when released, it eventually became a worldwide jazz standard largely through its interpretation by João Gilberto.
  10. state; condition [from 13th c.]; status, rank [from 13th c.]; The condition of one's fortunes; prosperity, possessions [from 14th c.]; A "person of estate"; a nobleman or noblewoman [14th-17th c. ...
  11. (E-Statement) Electronic version of a monthly account statement available to account holders through a secured website.
  12. (eStatement) an electronic form of a monthly paper financial statement, which lists all completed ingoing and outgoing transactions and the amount of funds available. eStatements are saved on the NDFCU online server and are viewable for free with Online Banking. ...
  13. (E-Statements) Account statements delivered to you via e-mail; paperless account statements
  14. (Estates) An abstract legal right. Estates are interests and rights of ownership.
  15. (Estates) Catherinas Lust · Dadanawa Ranch
  16. (Estates) Fair Market Value appraisals for probate, division or marketing
  17. (Estates) S states; those that start with an “S” (South Carolina and South Dakota) though not really different than the non-S states
  18. (Estates) Term for legally defined social strata with different legal rights and responsibilities – lords, knights and burghers, for instance, in medieval Europe, and nobility clergy and others in pre-revolutionary France. ...
  19. (Estates) This term does not refer to the property of a dead person, nor to a housing estate or neighborhood. It is used, rather, for a permanent home, often with a family association, especially if the article uses the terminology. ...
  20. The total assets of a person, including real property, at the time of death.
  21. The degree, quantity, nature and extent of interest which a person has in real property.
  22. The ownership interest of a person in real property. Also refers to a deceased person's property.
  23. A decedent's estate is equal to the total value of their assets as of the date of death. The estate includes all funds, personal effects, interest in business enterprises, titles to property, real estate, stocks, bonds and notes receivable.
  24. The aggregate of all assets and debts held (owned) by an individual during his or her life or at the time of his or her death.
  25. The overall planning of a person's wealth, including the preparation of a will and the planning of taxes after the individual's death.