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Inventory


IN'VENTORY, noun

1. An account, catalogue or schedule of all the goods and chattels of a deceased person. In some of the United States, the inventory must include an account of the real as well as the personal estate of the deceased.

2. A catalogue of movables.

3. A catalogue of account of particular things. [An indefinite use of the word.]

IN'VENTORY, verb transitive To make an inventory of; to make a list, catalogue or schedule of; as, to inventory the goods and estate of the deceased.

1. To insert or register in an account of goods.