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NOUN (3)

1. a right or privilege that you are entitled to at birth;
- Example: "free public education is the birthright of every American child"

2. an inheritance coming by right of birth (especially by primogeniture);
[syn: birthright, patrimony]

3. personal characteristics that are inherited at birth;

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The Collaborative International Dictionary of English v.0.48:

Birthright \Birth"right`\, n. Any right, privilege, or possession to which a person is entitled by birth, such as an estate descendible by law to an heir, or civil liberty under a free constitution; esp. the rights or inheritance of the first born. [1913 Webster] Lest there be any . . . profane person, as Esau, who for one morsel of meat sold his birthright. --Heb. xii. 16. [1913 Webster]
WordNet (r) 3.0 (2006):

birthright n 1: a right or privilege that you are entitled to at birth; "free public education is the birthright of every American child" 2: an inheritance coming by right of birth (especially by primogeniture) [syn: birthright, patrimony] 3: personal characteristics that are inherited at birth
Moby Thesaurus II by Grady Ward, 1.0:

52 Moby Thesaurus words for "birthright": appanage, appurtenance, authority, bequeathal, bequest, borough-English, claim, coheirship, conjugal right, coparcenary, demand, divine right, droit, due, entail, faculty, gavelkind, heirloom, heirship, hereditament, heritable, heritage, heritance, inalienable right, incorporeal hereditament, inheritance, interest, law of succession, legacy, line of succession, mode of succession, natural right, patrimony, perquisite, postremogeniture, power, prerogative, prescription, presumptive right, pretense, pretension, primogeniture, privilege, proper claim, property right, reversion, right, succession, title, ultimogeniture, vested interest, vested right
Easton's 1897 Bible Dictionary:

Birthright (1.) This word denotes the special privileges and advantages belonging to the first-born son among the Jews. He became the priest of the family. Thus Reuben was the first-born of the patriarchs, and so the priesthood of the tribes belonged to him. That honour was, however, transferred by God from Reuben to Levi (Num. 3:12, 13; 8:18). (2.) The first-born son had allotted to him also a double portion of the paternal inheritance (Deut. 21:15-17). Reuben was, because of his undutiful conduct, deprived of his birth-right (Gen. 49:4; 1 Chr. 5:1). Esau transferred his birth-right to Jacob (Gen. 25:33). (3.) The first-born inherited the judicial authority of his father, whatever it might be (2 Chr. 21:3). By divine appointment, however, David excluded Adonijah in favour of Solomon. (4.) The Jews attached a sacred importance to the rank of "first-born" and "first-begotten" as applied to the Messiah (Rom. 8:29; Col. 1:18; Heb. 1:4-6). As first-born he has an inheritance superior to his brethren, and is the alone true priest.